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After Our Likeness - (Sacra Doctrina: Christian Theology for a Postmodern Age) by Miroslav Volf

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Number of Pages: 326

Genre: Religion + Beliefs

Sub-Genre: Ecumenism & Interfaith

Series Title: Sacra Doctrina: Christian Theology for a Postmodern Age

Format: Paperback

Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company

Author: Miroslav Volf

Language: English

Street Date: October 1, 1997
TCIN: 77833131
UPC: 9780802844408
Item Number (DPCI): 247-16-3406

Description

Interpretation
In this substantial volume, Volf explores the relationship between trinitarian theologies and their corresponding ecclesiologies. His thesis is that a Free Church trinitarian ecclesiology is not only dogmatically defensible but in certain social situations may prove to be superior to other ecclesiologies. . . . A careful theology with broad ecumenical interests, Volf's exposition of Ratzinger and Zizioulas is exemplary, and his own constructive arguments make a significant contribution to contemporary theology.

Modern Theology
This book richly deserves to be read beyond purely academic circles. By reformulating Free Church ecclesiology, Volf offers anyone interested in ecumenical dialogue a new touchstone for understanding many of those traditions that continue to be excluded (and to exclude themselves) from ecumenical discussions.

Theological Studies
Creative, original, and compelling in its organization and logic. Volf's study deals with a number of areas that still need further critical reflection not only in Orthodox and Catholic ecclesiologies, but also in those of the Free Churches.

Anglican Theological Review
One of the most important contributions made to the study of ecclesiology, not only within Protestant theology where good ecclesiology is often scarce, but also in the field of the ecumenical study of the Church.

Journal of Ecumenical Studies
Volf offers a significant contribution to the debate from a free-church point of view, grounded in biblical and patristic research, but taking account of the ecumenical studies and contemporary systematic contributions of Moltmann and Pannenberg, especially their eschatological orientations. The author's own background, in both the Croatian context where Catholic and Orthodox churches dominate and working within the evangelical scholarly community, gives his research and ecumenical breadth and uniqueness of point of view that makes its contribution to the discussion particularly important.

Currents in Theology and Mission
The doctrine of the church has recently been gaining momentum due to the ecumenical movement and the church's attempt to understand her role in a secular society. Volf's book is a welcome contribution to the discussion. It is highly readable and should be studied by pastors, professors, and seminary students.

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