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Analytic Christology and the Theological Interpretation of the New Testament

This study draws upon the resources of both contemporary analytic theology and the theological interpretation of the New Testament in order to investigate a set of important issues in Christology. It is the first work in analytic Christology to draw upon both recent scholarship in biblical studies and recent contributions to analytic philosophy and theology. Les mer
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This study draws upon the resources of both contemporary analytic theology and the theological interpretation of the New Testament in order to investigate a set of important issues in Christology. It is the first work in analytic Christology to draw upon both recent scholarship in biblical studies and recent contributions to analytic philosophy and theology. Thomas H. McCall explores the themes of union with Christ and the faith of Christ as these are developed by
the "apocalyptic" and "New Perspective" interpreters of Pauline theology.

The volume offers a careful analysis of recent dogmatic proposals about the identity of Christ and the doctrine of election, and provides an examination of debates over the subordination of the Son in Hebrews. It also probes the relationship of the incarnate Son to his Father in Johannine theology. McCall presents an exegetically-grounded theological engagement with recent work on the place of logic in the doctrine of the incarnation.

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Introduction
1: Crucified with Christ: The Ego and the Omega
2: The Faith of the Son: Pistis Christou Reconsidered
3: The Identity of the Son: The Incarnation and the Freedom of God
4: The Submission of Christ
5: The Communion of the Son with the Father
6: The Logos and His Logic
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Om forfatteren

Thomas H. McCall is Professor of Theology and Scholar-in-Residence at Asbury University. He previously served as Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he was also the Director of the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding, and as Professorial Fellow in Exegetical and Analytic Theology at the University of St Andrews. He has published several monographs and articles in systematic, historical, and
philosophical theology.