Davidson, I J & Murray A (eds)
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The theology of salvation stands at the heart of the Christian faith.
Very often the structure of Christian salvation is seen in terms of a single theme, such as atonement for sins, forgiveness, liberation or friendship with God.
It is easy to reduce soteriology to a matter of merely personal experience, or to see salvation as just a solution to a human problem.
This book explores a vital yet often neglected aspect of Christian confession - the essential relationship between the nature of salvation and the character of the God who saves.
In what ways does God's saving outreach reflect God's character?
How might a Christian depiction of salvation best bear witness to these features?
What difference might it make to start with the identity of God as encountered in the gospel, then view everything else in the light of that?
In addressing these questions, this book offers fresh appraisals of a range of major themes in theology: the nature of creaturely existence; the relationship between divine purposes and material history; the holiness, love and judgement of God; the atoning work of Jesus Christ; election, justification and the nature of faith; salvation outside the church; human and non-human ends; the nature of eschatological fellowship with God.
In looking at these issues in the light of God's identity, the authors offer a stimulating and tightly-argued reassessment of what a Christian theology of salvation ought to resemble, and ask what the implications might be for Christian life and witness in the world today. [Språk: Engelska] Inbunden