1 edition of Christology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Baylor University Press|
|Publishers||Baylor University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|Christology : the last fifty years Revisiting the person of Jesus Revisiting the work of Jesus Paul as a witness to the risen Jesus Peter as witness to easter The priesthood of Christ and followers of other faiths Jacques Dupuis and religious pluralism Jacques Dupuis and Karl Rahner.|
Gerald OCollins continues his groundbreaking work in Christology by first tracing its major developments over the last fifty years.He next turns to a theology of resurrection--Christologys central event--and the foundational roles played by its two great witnesses,Peter and Paul. OCollins then masterfully constructs a theology of religions that explores the relationship of Christianity to other living faiths precisely in light of the priesthood of Jesus Christ. File Size: 5MB.
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He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He fulfilled all three messianic roles: prophet Luke 24:19priest Hebrews 4:14 and king John 18:36.
To understand our faith, we need to understand the Person on whom we base our faith. Christology know how significant is the question 'Who is Jesus? Karl Barth 1886-1968 - Christocentric revelation of God.
sfn error: no target: CITEREFGerald2009• Mercer Commentary on the New Testament by Watson E. The most serious of these challenges came from Arius, a presbyter in Christology Egypt in the early fourth century. Though many additional details regarding Christ can and have been studied, the above overview includes the main Christology traditionally studied within Christology.
Later in the Old Testament, it became clearer that he would be himself eternal and thus divine.
Beversluis, Joel Diederik 2000,• Although the did not put an end to all christological debate, it did clarify the terms used and became a point of reference for many future Christologies.
At the end of this time, one final rebellion will take place by Satan. The "low Christology or "adoptionist Christology" is the belief "that God exalted Jesus to be Christology Son by raising him from the dead", thereby raising him to "divine status". Greek ousia translated as Latin substantia or essentia b.
The was called under the Empress Regent in 787, known as the second of Nicaea.