Item description for Does God Change? (Studies in Historical Theology Vol 4) by Thomas G. Weinandy...
An exploration of process theology, centering on the major paradox challenging theologians: how to reconcile a timeless, changeless God with the Incarnation of the Second Person of the Trinity.
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Studio: ST. BEDE'S PRESS
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.01" Width: 9" Height: 0.62" Weight: 0.77 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2002
Publisher ST. BEDE'S PRESS
ISBN 0932506429 ISBN13 9780932506429
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More About Thomas G. Weinandy
Thomas G. Weinandy is the Executive Director of the Secretariat for Doctrine and Pastoral Practices of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Formerly, he was Warden of Greyfriars Hall and Lecturer in History and Doctrine in the Faculty of Theology, Oxford University.
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A detailed examination of central Christology Nov 25, 2002
Weinandy's "Does God Change?" addresses the Christological question of mutability in the divine nature, as is conceptually challenged in the notion of the Word 'becoming' man. Through a comparison with early and later Fathers of both East and West (though predominantly the latter), as well as with several modern thinkers, Weinandy examines in great detail the manner in which the 'becoming' of the Incarnation need not -and in fact does not- require 'change' in the divine nature of God; and in the process, the book definitively refutes several of the most common modern-day Christological errors on this front. Exceptionally dense in places, this book requires some level of academic familiarity with the field in order to be read effectively; but for those in the field, it is an extremely helpful text.