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The Resource Toward the future of reformed theology : tasks, topics, traditions, edited by David Willis and Michael Welker ; with the special collaboration of Matthias Gockel

Toward the future of reformed theology : tasks, topics, traditions, edited by David Willis and Michael Welker ; with the special collaboration of Matthias Gockel

Label
Toward the future of reformed theology : tasks, topics, traditions
Title
Toward the future of reformed theology
Title remainder
tasks, topics, traditions
Statement of responsibility
edited by David Willis and Michael Welker ; with the special collaboration of Matthias Gockel
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX9422.5
LC item number
.T68 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Willis-Watkins, David
  • Welker, Michael
  • Gockel, Matthias
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Reformed Church
  • Theology, Doctrinal
Label
Toward the future of reformed theology : tasks, topics, traditions, edited by David Willis and Michael Welker ; with the special collaboration of Matthias Gockel
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Christian theology: toward an Asian reconstruction
  • Choan-Seng Song
  • Challenge to Reformed theology: a perspective from Myanmar
  • Edmund Za Bik
  • Ecumenical responsibility of Reformed theology: the case of Egypt
  • Wafiq Wahba
  • Toward the future of Reformed theology
  • David Willis and Michael Welker
  • Tradition in the modern world: the Reformed habit of mind
  • Brian Gerrish
  • Catholicity of Reformed theology
  • Janos Pasztor
  • Reformed theology in East and West
  • Nobuo Watanabe
  • Substance of faith
  • Thomas Torrance
  • Ecumenical future of Reformed theology
  • David Willis
  • Vulnerability of God
  • William Placher
  • Toward a Reformed theology of liberation: a retrieval of Reformed symbols in the struggle for justice
  • John de Gruchy
  • Theologia reformata et semper reformanda
  • Jurgen Moltmann
  • Travail and mission: theology reformed according to God's word at the beginning of the third millennium
  • Michael Welker
  • Potential contributions of Reformed theology to ecumenical discussion and praxis
  • Beatriz Melano
  • Prebytery and leadership in the church
  • Walter Herrenbruck
  • Reformed theology and medical ethics: death, vocation, and the suspension of life support
  • Nancy Duff
  • Contemporary relevance of Calvin's theology
  • Hans-Joachim Kraus
  • Calvin's theological realism and the lasting influence of his theology
  • John Leith
  • Logic of faith
  • Alexander McKelway
  • Toward a new typology of Reformed doctrines of atonement
  • Leanne Van Dyk
  • Notae Ecclesiae: a Reformed perspective
  • Christian Link
  • Church - mother of the believers
  • Lukas Vischer
  • Some distinctive contributions of the Dutch-American Reformed tradition
  • John Hesselink
  • Jonathan Edward's dispositional conception of the Triinity: a resource for contemporary Reformed theology
  • Sang Hyun Lee
  • Revelation and experience in Calvin's theology
  • Willem Balke
  • Contemporary relevance of Calvin's social ethics
  • Hans-Helmut Esser
  • Incarnation and the sacramental word: Calvin's and Schleiermacher's sermons on Luke 2
  • Dawn DeVries
  • Radical and Reformed: the ecumenical contribution of the Czech reformation
  • Jan Milic Lochman
  • Future of Reformed theology: some lessons from Jonathan Edwards
  • Amy Plantinga Pauw
  • Sum of the gospel: the doctrine of election in the theologies of Alexander Schweizer and Karl Barth
  • Bruce McCormack
  • Reforming the theology and practice of baptism: the challenge of Karl Barth
  • Daniel Migliore
  • Closeness of the distant: Reformed confessions after 1945
  • Eberhard Busch
Control code
39961646
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvi, 533 p.
Isbn
9780802844675
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
98042994
Label
Toward the future of reformed theology : tasks, topics, traditions, edited by David Willis and Michael Welker ; with the special collaboration of Matthias Gockel
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Christian theology: toward an Asian reconstruction
  • Choan-Seng Song
  • Challenge to Reformed theology: a perspective from Myanmar
  • Edmund Za Bik
  • Ecumenical responsibility of Reformed theology: the case of Egypt
  • Wafiq Wahba
  • Toward the future of Reformed theology
  • David Willis and Michael Welker
  • Tradition in the modern world: the Reformed habit of mind
  • Brian Gerrish
  • Catholicity of Reformed theology
  • Janos Pasztor
  • Reformed theology in East and West
  • Nobuo Watanabe
  • Substance of faith
  • Thomas Torrance
  • Ecumenical future of Reformed theology
  • David Willis
  • Vulnerability of God
  • William Placher
  • Toward a Reformed theology of liberation: a retrieval of Reformed symbols in the struggle for justice
  • John de Gruchy
  • Theologia reformata et semper reformanda
  • Jurgen Moltmann
  • Travail and mission: theology reformed according to God's word at the beginning of the third millennium
  • Michael Welker
  • Potential contributions of Reformed theology to ecumenical discussion and praxis
  • Beatriz Melano
  • Prebytery and leadership in the church
  • Walter Herrenbruck
  • Reformed theology and medical ethics: death, vocation, and the suspension of life support
  • Nancy Duff
  • Contemporary relevance of Calvin's theology
  • Hans-Joachim Kraus
  • Calvin's theological realism and the lasting influence of his theology
  • John Leith
  • Logic of faith
  • Alexander McKelway
  • Toward a new typology of Reformed doctrines of atonement
  • Leanne Van Dyk
  • Notae Ecclesiae: a Reformed perspective
  • Christian Link
  • Church - mother of the believers
  • Lukas Vischer
  • Some distinctive contributions of the Dutch-American Reformed tradition
  • John Hesselink
  • Jonathan Edward's dispositional conception of the Triinity: a resource for contemporary Reformed theology
  • Sang Hyun Lee
  • Revelation and experience in Calvin's theology
  • Willem Balke
  • Contemporary relevance of Calvin's social ethics
  • Hans-Helmut Esser
  • Incarnation and the sacramental word: Calvin's and Schleiermacher's sermons on Luke 2
  • Dawn DeVries
  • Radical and Reformed: the ecumenical contribution of the Czech reformation
  • Jan Milic Lochman
  • Future of Reformed theology: some lessons from Jonathan Edwards
  • Amy Plantinga Pauw
  • Sum of the gospel: the doctrine of election in the theologies of Alexander Schweizer and Karl Barth
  • Bruce McCormack
  • Reforming the theology and practice of baptism: the challenge of Karl Barth
  • Daniel Migliore
  • Closeness of the distant: Reformed confessions after 1945
  • Eberhard Busch
Control code
39961646
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvi, 533 p.
Isbn
9780802844675
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
98042994

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