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Personal identity in theological perspective

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Published by William B. Eerdmans Pub. in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theological anthropology -- Christianity.,
  • Image of God.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark R. Talbot.
    ContributionsLints, Richard., Horton, Michael Scott., Talbot, Mark R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT701.3 .P46 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3415871M
    ISBN 100802828930
    ISBN 109780802828934
    LC Control Number2005032085

    The personal and social nature of identity gives the construct its greatest theoretical potential—namely to provide insight into the relationship between the individual and society. Contents introduction Theological Anthropology in Context 1 Richard Lints Section I: Setting the Context Biblical Humanism: The Patristic Convictions 13 Robert Louis Wilken Homo theologicus: Aspects of a Lutheran Doctrine of Man 29 William C. Weinrich Post-Reformation Reformed Anthropology 45 Michael Horton The Social God and the Relational Self: Toward a Theology .

    Personal Identity in Theological Perspective by Richard Lints (English) Paperbac Personal Identity in. in Spirit: the Life Pap Spiritual (English) Mark T.B. in by Hardcover F Perspective Laing Theology Missionary Book: $ Theology in Missionary Perspective by Mark T.B. Laing (English) Hardcover Book F Theology in Missionary. THE IDENTITY OF JESUS OF NAZARETH* CARL F. H. HENRY Lecturer at Large Prison Fellowship Ministries Nowhere is the tension between historically repeatable acts and a once-for-all event focused more dramatically than in the conflict over the identity of Jesus of Nazareth. Shall we explain him as the idealFile Size: KB.

    Christian identity in its social, cultural and theological dimension, and reflect upon this in the light of new evidence’. Therefore, it is also crucial to draw on key mainstream sociologicalAuthor: Nick J. Watson. A Bibliography: Theological Anthropology and the Image of God This represents an initial stab - things I've read, touched on, reviewed, been told about, and so on. Personal Identity in Theological Perspective, (Eerdmans, Cambridge) Macaulay, M. & Barrs, J. (). Ideology, and Violence: Critical Theory and the Construction of Gender.


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The contributors to Personal This volume gathers well-known thinkers from a breadth of confessional Christian traditions who share a passionate interest in better understanding the nature of persons.

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Eerdmans Publishing. The contributors to Personal Identity in Theological Perspective aim to recover the ancient biblical account of human beings as made "in the image of God." Their essays fall naturally into three divisions retrieving historical discussions of human identity, presenting contemporary challenges to a distinctively Christian anthropology, and offering constructive proposals toward Pages:   The contributors to Personal Identity in Theological Perspective aim to recover the ancient biblical account of human beings as made in the image of God.

Their essays fall naturally into three divisions - retrieving historical discussions of human identity, presenting contemporary challenges to a distinctively Christian anthropology, and offering constructive Format: Paperback. After two introductory chapters, which set up the question of personal identity and the approach of the book, Rosner examines some of the common markers of identity (e.g., occupation, marital status, wealth, race, gender).

He shows that the biblical writers are well aware of these but do not look to any of them as a basis for identity. Personal Identity in Theological Perspective eBook: Lints, Richard, Horton, Michael, Talbot, Mark R.: : Kindle StoreManufacturer: Wm.

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Bethel University. Search for more papers by this author. James Beilby. Bethel University. Search for more papers by this author. First published: 18 June Cited by: 2. Rosner argues that rather than knowing ourselves, being known by God is the key to personal identity.

He explores three biblical angles on the question of personal identity: being made in the image of God, being known by God and being in Christ.

The notion of sonship is at the center - God gives us our identity as a parent who knows his : Zondervan. John Cooper -- Calvin Theological Seminary "Personal Identity in Theological Perspective is an excellent example of contemporary Christian scholarship. This collection of essays by evangelical and confessional academics insightfully and creatively engages contemporary discussions of human nature from perspectives shaped by the great theological Format: Paperback.

The contributors to "Personal Identity in Theological Perspective aim to recover the ancient biblical account of human beings as made "in the image of God." Their essays fall naturally into three divisions -- retrieving historical discussions of human identity, presenting contemporary challenges to a distinctively Christian anthropology, and offering constructive proposals toward.

The contributors to Personal Identity in Theological Perspective aim to recover the ancient biblical account of human beings as made "in the image of God." Their essays fall naturally into three divisions - retrieving historical discussions of human identity, presenting contemporary challenges to a distinctively Christian anthropology, and offering constructive proposals toward.

Personal Identity in Theological Perspective combines a breadth of coverage with a depth of analysis. It is an important contribution to the ongoing conversation." Paul Helm -- University of London "This collection of historical and contemporary essays informs, provokes, and cturer: Wm. Eerdmans Publishing.

Personal Identity in Theological Perspective – Edited by Richard Lints, Michael S. Horton and Mark R. Talbot Ian A. McFarland Article first published online: 10 JAN “Nonreductive Physicalism: Philosophical Challenges,” in R.

Lints et al. eds., Personal Identity in Theological Perspective, Eerdmans. “Theological Reflections on the Moral Nature of Nature,” in U. Gorman, ed., Creative Creatures: Values and Ethical Issues in Theology, Science, and Technology, T & T Clark.

Richard Lints, Michael S. Horton, Mark R. Talbot - Personal Identity in Theological Perspective. The turbulence and confusion of contemporary life should motivate us to ask the big questions of life anew and to reexamine the disastrous naturalism.

Online family Christian book. John Cooper -- Calvin Theological Seminary "Personal Identity in Theological Perspective is an excellent example of contemporary Christian scholarship. This collection of essays by evangelical and confessional academics insightfully and creatively engages contemporary discussions of human nature from perspectives shaped by the great theological traditions of historic cturer: Wm.

Eerdmans Publishing. He explores three biblical angles on the question of personal identity: being made in the image of God, being known by God and being in Christ.

The notion of sonship is at the center - God gives us our identity as a parent who knows his child. Being known by him as his child gives our fleeting lives significance, 5/5(1). This volume gathers well-known thinkers from a breadth of confessional Christian traditions who share a passionate interest in better understanding the nature of persons.

The contributors to Personal Identity in Theological Perspective aim to recover the ancient biblical account of human beings as made "in the image of God.".

Description of the book "Personal Identity in Theological Perspective": The turbulence and confusion of contemporary life should motivate us to ask the big questions of life anew and to reexamine the disastrous naturalism of the twentieth century.

In conclusion Hume’s view on personal identity is in keeping with his sceptical approach, although he ultimately realizes he has in fact gone further than this strict approach allows, and that indeed he must do so. Even today, argument rages as to what Hume’s view on personal identity really was.This volume gathers well-known thinkers from a breadth of confessional Christian traditions who share a passionate interest in better understanding the nature of persons.

The contributors to Personal Identity in Theological Perspective aim to recover the ancient biblical account of human beings as made "in the image of God."Brand: Richard Lints; Michael Horton; Mark R Talbot.In this chapter we consider contributions from spiritual and theological perspectives to the meaning of personal identity in the face of dementia.

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