Item description for Encountering Jesus by Stephen T. Davis...
Overview A lively and argumentative dialogue among theologians and philosophers of religion that offers insight into the problems of Christology and provides current perspectives on the issues.
"Encountering Jesus" showcases a lively and provocative dialogue among five theologians and philosophers of religion that offers insight into the problems of Christology.
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Studio: Presbyterian Publishing Corpor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1988
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 080420537X ISBN13 9780804205375
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More About Stephen T. Davis
Stephen T. Davis is Russell K. Pitzer Professor of Philosophy at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California and author of "Disputed Issues - Contending for Christian Faith in Today's Academic Setting "(Baylor University Press, 2009).
Stephen T. Davis currently resides in the state of California. Stephen T. Davis was born in 1940 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Claremont McKenna College, California Claremont McKenna College Clarem.
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Various perspectives on the doctrine of Christology. Jul 27, 1999
A farily thorough treatment of the contemporary doctrine of Christology from a variety of perspectives, including a philosopher of religion, a New Testament scholar, an Evangelical Christian philosopher, a liberal process theologian, and a feminist. The round table structure of the text is interesting and pedagogically efficient. Each thinker is given an opportunity to express his/her view of Christology and to offer a brief critique of the other essays. Since all participants are associated with Claremont, it gives the reader a view into the theological and intellectual climate of Claremont as well as a taste of the different ways to think about Christ. However, I would have liked to see a more original account of feminist theology's response to the issue of Christology.