Late-modern theology is marked by persistent and widespread uncertainty as to how the wrath of God can be taken up as a legitimate theme within dogmatics. Rather than engage the most fundamental task of clarifying the inner logic by which God's identity is revealed in scripture, privilege has been ceded either to cultural and textual criticism, to ostensibly self-evident moral sensibilities, or to the thematization of religious experience. The present work sets out to rectify this misstep. The result is a rigorous proposal for understanding wrath expressly within the doctrine of God, as a redemptive mode of divine righteousness.approach. reconsidered. From a survey of theological science in its many subdisciplines, it would seem that the matter of ... or perhaps pedagogical, end.1 Inevitable as it is that such matters are touched upon in any extended essay on Goda#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||Wrath Among the Perfections of God's Life|
|Author||:||Jeremy J. Wynne|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2010-08-26|