God, Creation, and Revelation: A Neo-evangelical Theology, Volumen1

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1991 - 535 páginas
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A theology that is real, readable, and relevant -- such is Paul Jewett's God, Creation, and Redemption. Writing from a distinctively evangelical and Reformed viewpoint, Jewett offers a general, systematic introduction to these doctrines of the Christian church: how we know God (revelation and Scripture); who God is (the divine nature); what God is like (the divine attributes); and what God has done (creation).

While upholding the historic Christian faith, Jewett's approach to Christian teaching is uniquely "neo-evangelical" in that he seeks to expound and clarify orthodox Christianity for Christians today: Jewett purposely sets forth his systematic theology in light of scientific and social issues that confront the church in the contemporary world. Throughout the book Jewett also refers to literary masterpieces and to the church's hymns, giving the reader a greater appreciation for the theological treasures in our literature and our hymnody.
 

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Theology as Christian Systematic
4
Philosophy Science and Theology
17
Speaking of God 25 III Speaking of
25
Alternatives to Christian Theism
50
Gods SelfDisclosure in Creation and Providence
68
Gods SelfDisclosure in Jesus Christ
74
RevelationA Sermon
89
Gods SelfDisclosure in the Witness of Scripture
95
The Trinity in Process Theology
281
Gods OnenessinThreeness
294
The Individual Psychological and the Social
300
E Sexist Language and the Doctrine of the Trinity
323
Introduction
336
The Ultimate Unity of the Divine Nature and Attributes
343
A Strange PowerA Sermon
363
Gods Wisdom and Knowledge
369

The Canon as Closed
101
The Unity of Scripture
118
The Authority of Scripture
125
E The Interpretation and Understanding of Scripture
147
Concerning Preaching and the Hearing
161
God Is Personal Being
174
Conclusion
184
A Fire and a NameA Sermon
220
God Is Love
228
E Conclusion
249
God Is a Trinity of Holy Love
261
The Exposition of the Doctrine
275
Concluding Observations
378
Gods JusticeRighteousness and Mercy
382
Gods Faithfulness and Suffering
396
Salvation An Act of Suffering Love
404
Gods Omnipresence and Eternity
413
Introduction
438
Creation as Birthing?
444
Creation and the Question of Temporal Origins
470
Creation and the Divine Wisdom
485
Creation and the Christian Life
502
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Currently the Harold John Ockenga Chair of Preaching andTheology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. The author of Power, Pathology, Paradox: TheDynamics of Evil and Good, she also completed andedited Paul K. Jewett's Who We Are: Our Dignity asHuman (Eerdmans).

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