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📒On The Incarnation Of The Eternal Word ✍ Marcus Dods
📝On the incarnation of the eternal Word Book Synopsis :
📝On the Incarnation of the Eternal Word With a recommendatory notice by T Chalmers D D Second edition Book Synopsis :
📒Karl Barth And The Incarnation ✍ Darren O. Sumner
📝Karl Barth and the Incarnation Book Synopsis : This work demonstrates the significance of Karl Barth's Christology by examining it in the context of his orientation toward the classical tradition - an orientation that was both critical and sympathetic. To compare this Christology with the doctrine's history, Sumner suggests first that the Chalcedonian portrait of the incarnation is conceputally vulnerable at a number of points. By recasting the doctrine in actualist terms - the history of Jesus' lived existence as God's fulfillment of His covenant with creatures, rather than a metaphysical uniting of natures - Barth is able to move beyond problems inherent in the tradition. Despite a number of formal and material differences, however, Barth's position coheres with the intent of the ancient councils and ought to be judged as orthodox. Barth's great contribution to Christology is in the unapologetic affirmation of 'the humanity of God'.
📒The Incarnation Birth And Infancy Of Jesus Christ ✍ St. Alphonsus Liguori
📝The Incarnation Birth and Infancy of Jesus Christ Book Synopsis : CONTENTS THE MYSTERIES OF THE FAITH. THE INCARNATION. DISCOURSES FOR THE NOVENA OF CHRISTMAS. DISCOURSE I. The eternal Word is made man 10 II. The eternal Word being great becomes little 23 III . The eternal Word from being lord became a servant. 33 IV. The eternal Word from being innocent becomes as it were guilty 41 V. The eternal Word from being strong became weak 50 VI. The eternal Word from being his own has made himself ours 58 VII. The eternal Word from being happy made himself afflicted 67 VIII. The eternal Word from being rich made himself poor 77 IX. The eternal Word from being high made himself low 86 Discourse for Christmas night. The birth of Jesus Christ 94 Discourse on the name of Jesus 102 Examples of the Infant Jesus 111 MEDITATIONS FOR EVERY DAY OF ADVENT. MEDITATION I. Goodness of God in the work of the redemption 117 II. Grandeur of the mystery of the Incarnation 119 III. The love of God for men 121 IV. The Word was made man in the fullness of time 123 V. The abasement of Jesus 125 VI. Jesus enlightens the world and glorifies God 127 VII. The Son of God was laden with all our iniquities 129 VIII. God sends his Son to die in order to restore us to life 131 IX. The love that the Son of God has shown us in the redemption 133 X. Jesus, the man of sorrows, from the womb of his Mother 135 XI. Jesus charged with the sins of the whole world 137 XII. Jesus suffers during his whole life 139 XIII. Jesus wished to suffer so much to gain our hearts 141 XIV. The greatest sorrow of Jesus 143 XV. The poverty of the Infant Jesus 145 XVI. Jesus is the fountain of grace 146 XVII. Jesus the charitable physician of our souls 148 XVIII. We should hope all things from the merits of Jesus Christ 150 MEDITATIONS FOR THE NOVENA OF CHRISTMAS. I. God has given us his only Son to save us 151 II. Bitterness of the heart of Jesus in the womb of his mother. 153 III. Jesus made himself a child to gain our confidence and our love 155 IV. The Passion of Jesus lasted during his whole life 158 V. Jesus offered himself for our salvation from the beginning 160 VI. Jesus a prisoner in the womb of Mary 162 VII. The sorrow that the ingratitude of man caused Jesus 164 VIII. The love of God manifested to man by the birth of Jesus 166 IX. St. Joseph goes to Bethlehem with his holy spouse 168 MEDITATIONS FOR THE OCTAVE OF CHRISTMAS AND THE FOLLOWING DAYS TILL THE EPIPHANY. I. The birth of Jesus 170 II. Jesus is born an Infant 172 III, . Jesus in swaddling-clothes 174 IV. Jesus taking milk 177 V. Jesus lying on the straw 179 VI. Jesus sleeping 181 VII. Jesus weeping 182 VIII. The name of Jesus 184 IX. The solitude of Jesus in the stable 186 X. The occupation of the Infant Jesus in the stable of Bethlehem 188 XI. The poverty of the Infant Jesus 190 XII. The abasement of Jesus 192 FOR THE OCTAVE OF THE EPIPHANY. I. The adoration of the Magi 194 II. The presentation of Jesus in the Temple 195 III. The flight of Jesus into Egypt 197 IV. The dwelling of Jesus in Egypt 199 V. The return of Jesus from Egypt. 201 VI. The dwelling of Jesus at Nazareth. 203 VII. The same subject continued 205 VIII. The loss of Jesus in the Temple 206 OTHER MEDITATIONS. FOR THE FIRST ElGIIT DAYS OF ADVENT. I. The love that God has manifested to us in the incarnation of the Word 209 AND MUCH MORE!
📝Church Dogmatics The doctrine of the word of God 2 pts Book Synopsis : Described by Pope Pius XII as the most important theologian since Thomas Aquinas, the Swiss pastor and theologian, Karl Barth, continues to be a major influence on students, scholars and preachers today. Barth's theology found its expression mainly through his closely reasoned fourteen-part magnum opus, Die Kirchliche Dogmatik. Having taken over 30 years to write, the Church Dogmatics is regarded as one of the most important theological works of all time, and represents the pinnacle of Barth's achievement as a theologian. T&T Clark International is now proud to be publishing the only complete English translation of the Church Dogmatics in paperback.
📒God S Human Face ✍ Cardinal Christoph Schönborn
📝God s Human Face Book Synopsis : This book by Bishop Christoph Schonborn, the principal editor of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, is about the human face of God. Artists and theologians have meditated upon the mystery of God's human countenance and tried to express it. This book seeks to present the great sources of this meditation--sources which today are widely unknown, or have become foreign or obscure. These sources are above all the great masters of early Christianity. In their meditation upon Christ, Bishop Schonborn seeks the sources of the art on the Icon. The reader will find not only an engaging introduction to the meaning and beauty of Icons, but an invitation to draw closer to the One who inspired these Masters of theological expression and holy art. Includes beautiful color Icon illustrations.--taken from Amazon®.com
📒Science Religion And The Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence ✍ David Wilkinson
📝Science Religion and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Book Synopsis : If the discovery of life elsewhere in the universe is just around the corner, what would be the consequences for religion? Would it represent another major conflict between science and religion, even leading to the death of faith? Some would suggest that the discovery of any suggestion of extraterrestrial life would have a greater impact than even the Copernican and Darwinian revolutions. It is now over 50 years since the first modern scientific papers were published on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI). Yet the religious implications of this search and possible discovery have never been systematically addressed in the scientific or theological arena. SETI is now entering its most important era of scientific development. New observation techniques are leading to the discovery of extra-solar planets daily, and the Kepler mission has already collected over 1000 planetary candidates. This deluge of data is transforming the scientific and popular view of the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence. Earth-like planets outside of our solar system can now be identified and searched for signs of life. Now is a crucial time to assess the scientific and theological questions behind this search. This book sets out the scientific arguments undergirding SETI, with particular attention to the uncertainties in arguments and the strength of the data already assembled. It assesses not only the discovery of planets but other areas such as the Fermi paradox, the origin and evolution of intelligent life, and current SETI strategies. In all of this it reflects on how these questions are shaped by history and pop culture and their relationship with religion, especially Christian theology. It is argued that theologians need to take seriously SETI and to examine some central doctrines such as creation, incarnation, revelation, and salvation in the light of the possibility of extraterrestrial life.
📒The Word Made Love ✍ Christopher S. Collins
📝The Word Made Love Book Synopsis : From scholarly monographs to papal homilies, Joseph Ratzinger has insisted consistently over decades that Christianity is not a set of ideas to believe or, even less, moral laws to follow. Rather, Christianity is about a person and our encounter with that person. In The Word Made Love, Christopher Collins identifies in the structure of Ratzinger's thought the presentation of God as one who speaks and who ultimately speaks Himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Humanity's posture before God is one of hearing and responding. For Ratzinger, then, dialogue is the basic structure of al reality, and the Christian Vision articulates the radical transformation that happens when we enter into this divine dialogue. Collins argues that this dialogical, communicative structure is a distinctive aspect of Ratzinger's thought and a unique contribution to the renewal of theology in our day.
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📒Between The Image And The Word ✍ Trevor Hart
📝Between the Image and the Word Book Synopsis : The central contention of Christian faith is that in the incarnation the eternal Word or Logos of God himself has taken flesh, so becoming for us the image of the invisible God. Our humanity itself is lived out in a constant to-ing and fro-ing between materiality and immateriality. Imagination, language and literature each have a vital part to play in brokering this hypostatic union of matter and meaning within the human creature. Approaching different aspects of two distinct movements between the image and the word, in the incarnation and in the dynamics of human existence itself, Trevor Hart presents a clearer understanding of each and explores the juxtapositions with the other. Hart concludes that within the Trinitarian economy of creation and redemption these two occasions of ’flesh-taking’ are inseparable and indivisible.