Reformational Theology: A New Paradigm for Doing Dogmatics

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1992 - 584 páginas
Following the Biblical story line of creation, fall-redemption-consummation, Spykman's "new paradigm" systematics represents a notable revision of the traditional loci method--Spykman has reordered the basic Christian dogmas in a bold attempt to overcome the rationalist-scholastic influences inherent in the older method.

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I11 A Double Presupposition
305
I12 Monist Explanations
306
I 13 Dualist Explanations
307
I 14 Demonic Explanations
310
I 2 Original Sin
312
H 1 Sin by Any Other Name
315
II 2 From One State into Another
317
II 3 Far as the Curse Is Found
319

II 8 Reaction
23
II 10 Scholasticism Revisited
24
D 11 Full Circle
26
II 13 The Liber alls t Dream
27
the End of Dualism
28
II 15 Maker of the Modern Mind
29
II 16 Father of Modern Theology
30
II 17 TwentiethCentury Church Father
31
II 18 Transition Figure
36
II 19 Resume
37
Contemporary Dilemmas III 1 First ThingsLast Things
40
III 2 Dual Normativity
41
III 4 Accommodation
42
III 5 Confrontation
43
III 7 Theology from Below
44
III 8 Theology from Above
45
III 9 A Limited Number of Viable Options
48
III 10 Mediating Positions
50
III 12 Correlation Motif
51
III 13 A Mixed Method
52
III 14 Experiential Theology
55
III 15 Restating the Issue
59
III 16 A ThreeFactor Alternative
60
Clarification of Basic Categories IV 1 Introduction
64
IV 3 Antithesis
65
IV 4 Dualism
66
IV 5 VillageTownCity
68
IV 6 A Calvinist Alternative
69
IV 7 Locating the Norm
70
IV 8 Unattractive Options
72
IV 9 Theological Language
73
IV 10 Word of God as Norm
75
Prolegomena New Directions in Dogmatics V 1 New Paradigm
76
V 3 Gods Word for Creation
78
V 4 The Word Incarnate
83
V 5 Closer and Closer
84
V 6 A Single Message
85
V 7 Scripture Is the Key
87
V 8 Biunitary Revelation
88
V 9 Pilgrimage
90
V 10 Covenant Partnership
92
V 11 Recontextualizing Reformed Dogmatics
95
V 12 Biblical Worldview and Christian Philosophy
98
V 13 Christian Philosophy and Theology
101
V 14 Dogmatics as a Branch of Theology
105
V 15 Hallmarks of a Christian Philosophy
107
Partnership and Servanthood
110
V 17 The Canonicity of Scripture
113
V 18 Contemporary Hermeneutics
118
V 19 Biblical Preunderstanding
120
V 20 Doctrine of Scripture
122
V 21 Biblical Message and Method
126
V 22 A Confessional Hermeneutic
128
V 23 Review
133
V 24 Preview
134
THE GOOD CREATION
137
Transitional Comments
139
Cosmology I 1 A Work of the Triune God
140
I 2 The Good Creation as Starting Point
143
I 3 Right Order of Teaching
144
I 4 In the beginning GOD
147
I 5 Beginning Means Definite Beginning
148
I 6 The Time Factor in Creation
151
I 7 Structure and Function
157
I 8 Creation out of Nothing
158
I 9 God and the gods
161
I 10 The Time of Day in Genesis
163
I 11 Anthropomorphism
166
I 12 General Revelation? Yes Natural Theology? No
168
I 13 Two Books
170
I 14 Earths Counteroffensive
172
I 15 The Eclipse of Creation
176
I16 1 Universal Normativity
178
I 16 2 Nuclear Tasks
180
I 16 3 Norm for Marriage
183
I 16 5 Framework for Community
185
I 17 Sabbath
191
Anthropology II 1 Vantage Point
195
II 2 Anthropocentrism or Theocentrism?
198
II 3 What Is Man ?
203
II 4 Theological Anthropology
205
II 5 Identity Crisis
207
a Liberalise View of Man
208
b Humanist View of Man
209
d Evolutionary View of Man
210
e Technological View of Man
211
f Revolutionary View of Man
212
g The Freudian View of Man
213
h The Behaviorist View of Man
214
II 6 Heart as Religious Unity
217
II 7 Man the Image of God
223
II 8 Man in Office
229
BodySoul
233
II 10 Man in Community
245
II 11 Human Freedom as Responsibility and Service
249
II 12 Human Rights
251
II 13 Cultural Mandate
256
II 14 CovenantKingdom
257
B The Everlasting Covenant
259
C The Coming Kingdom
265
Ill 1 Time History and Culture
268
III2 The Providence of God
270
III 3 Taking History Seriously
277
III 4 Historical Differentiation m4 1 In the Old Testament
278
III 4 2 Between the Testaments
281
III 4 3 In the New Testament
282
III 4 4 In the Western Christian Tradition
285
b The Development of the University
286
III 5 Miracles
287
SIN AND EVIL
299
The Good Creation Fallen
301
Exposing the Roots I 1 The Origin of Sin and Evil
303
II 4 Like Father like Son
322
II 5 Reaping the Whirlwind
327
II 6 FreedomBondage of the Will
330
II 7 The Wages of Sin
334
Knowing Our Sin On the Road to Recovery III1 The Place of the Law within Redemption History
337
III 2 Law and Gospel Hand in Hand
339
III 3 The Law as Tutor to Christ
342
III 4 The Gospel as End of the Law
345
THE WAY OF SALVATION
349
Transitional Comments
351
One Way
352
Gods Way with Israel
355
II 2 A Chosen People
356
II 3 Covenant History
358
Concealed Revealed
362
Book of the Covenant
365
II s1 The Law
366
II 5 2 The Prophets
367
II 5 3 The Writings
369
II 6 Israel the Messiah and the Church
370
Gods Way in Christ
376
III 1 A Threefold Motif
377
III1 2 Proclamation Kerygma
379
III1 3 Teaching Didache
381
History and Kerygma
382
III 2 1 The Old Quest
383
I 2 2 Neoorthodox Interlude
386
III 2 3 The New Quest
391
III2 4 The Future Is Now
392
III 3 The Christ of God
395
III 3 1 Immanuel God with Us
396
III 3 2 Christological Controversies
398
III 3 2 2 The Ecumenical Councils
401
III3 3 The Mediators Presence among Us
406
III 3 3 1 Christ as Prophet
408
III 3 3 2 Christ as Priest
409
III 3 3 3 Christ as King
412
III 4 The Coming of the Spirit
416
III 4 1 The Pentecost Event
417
III 4 1 1 Christ and His Spirit
418
III 4 1 2 The Spirit before Pentecost
420
III 4 1 3 The Rebirth of the Church
422
III 4 2 The SpiritsAbiding Presence
424
III 4 2 2 The Spirits Activity in the Church
427
III 5 The Church as Institute
429
III S 1 Church and church
430
III s2 The Church as Mother of Believers
433
III s 3 Ministries of the Church in and for the World
435
III 5 3 2 Intercession
436
III 5 3 3 Diaconal Service
437
III s4 Contextualizing the Church
438
III s 5 The Attributes of the Church
440
III 5 5 1 Unity
442
III s 5 2 Holiness
445
III 5 5 3 Catholicity
446
III 5 5 4 Apostolicity
448
III 5 6 The Marks of a Church
451
III 5 6 1 The Sermon
453
III 5 6 2 The Sacraments
454
III s 6 3 Baptism
455
III 5 6 4 The Lords Supper
458
III s 7 False and True Churches
460
III s8 Church Leadership
462
III 5 8 2 Church Order
465
IIIs 9 Transition
467
b The churchChurch as Model
468
III 6 I In the Worldbut Not of It
469
III 6 2 Mission Unlimited
472
I 6 3 Marks of Christian Communal Living
474
III 6 3 2 Call to Holiness
476
III 6 4 Churchchurch and Kingdom
478
III 7 The Christian Life
480
III 7 2 Steps in Faith
481
III7 3 Living as Persons in Community
483
III7 4 The Pilgrimage
485
A New Lease on Life
487
Right with God
490
Keeping the Faith
495
No Turning Back
500
III 7 5 Pray Constantly
504
III 7 6 Elect in Christ
507
THE CONSUMMATION
513
Transitional Comments
515
The Home Stretch I 1 A Fascinating Universe of Discourse
516
I 2 A Doctrine on the Move
518
I 3 Last ThingsFirst Things
520
I 4 Two Points of View
522
I 4 1 Tunnel Vision
523
I 4 2 Between the Times
524
I 5 The Great Delay
527
I 6 How Then Shall We Live?
529
Chapter II The Millennium
531
II 2 In Retrospect
532
II 3 Basic Types of Eschatology
534
II 3 2 Premillennialism
535
II 3 3 Interim Comments
537
II 4 Hermeneutic Decisions
538
II 5 Promillennialism
540
II 6 An Unsealed Message
543
III 1 Signs of the Times
544
III 2 The Antichrists
546
III 3 The Restrainer and His Restraints
548
III 4 The Intermediate State
550
III 5 The Resurrection Life
552
III 6 The Last Judgment
555
III 7 All in All
558
Bibliography
561
Index of Subjects
568
Index of Persons
574
Index of Scripture References
577
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