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|Books||Dip. Teologia||JA 1607 (Browse shelf)||Copy 001||Available|
Introduction: A brief overview -- The problem of theological utility -- The enduring discord of the experts -- The enduring challenge of personal predilection -- The perceptions of others and personal identity -- Disputed questions -- How much history does theology require? -- How should we treat our texts? -- How might one come to know Jesus? -- How to proceed -- The wrong tools for the wrong job -- The general and the particular -- Miracles here, there, and everywhere -- Some difficult conclusions -- Christology : too low and too high -- Eschatology : here to stay -- Context : gone for good -- Some personal impressions -- Contradictions : divine love and human woe -- Imagination : ought over is -- Synthesis : the coincidence of opposites.