Dogmatics II

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James Clarke & Co., 2002 - Religion - 400 pages
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Available in three volumes, this is one of the great works of 20th century theology. Brunner presents a profoundly biblical systematic theology, finding a path between the ideas of Barth and Bultmann. Vol II - Christian Doctrine of Creation & Redemption
  

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Contents

TION Chapter i THE CREATOR AND HIS CREATION 1 The Origin of Creation
3
The Knowledge of Creation
5
not a theory of the way in which the world came into existence
7
Creation Ex Nihilo
9
The Purpose of Creation
13
the Beginning of Time
14
Is this world that which God has created?
17
The Independence of the Creation
19
Sin as a Total Act
93
Sin as Universal
95
The Universality of Sin in Time
98
The Limit of Enquiry into the Fall
100
The Gnosticdualistic Theory of the Fall
101
The Problem of Original Sin
103
Sin and the Demonic Element
107
IT The Sinfulness of the Sinful Act
108

Analogia Entis?
21
The Order of Creation
24
Natural Knowledge of the Created World
26
Natural Knowledge and Revealed Knowledge
29
The Biblical View of the World and Science
31
Creatio Continua
33
APPENDIX A On the History of the Doctrine of Creation
36
APPENDIX B The Belief in Creation and the Scientific Theory of Evolution
39
APPENDIX C On the Doctrine of the Analogia Entis
42
MAN AND CREATION 1 The Significance of Anthropology
46
The Doctrine of the Primitive State
48
The StartingPoint
52
Man as Creature
53
The Image of God and Creation
55
Man as Embodied Spirit
61
The Polarity of Sex
63
Individuality
65
Mans Dominion over Nature
66
The Immortality of the Soul
68
Natural SelfKnowledge in the Light of Revelation
70
Man Created by God
73
APPENDIX A On the History of the Doctrine of the Imago Dei
75
APPENDIX B Christian Anthropology in Relation to Natural Science
79
MAN AS SINNER 1 The Task
89
Sin as Rebellion
90
Sin as Apostasy
92
APPENDIX On the History of the Doctrine of Sin
113
THE CONSEQUENCES OF SIN 1 Existence under the Wrath of God
118
The Law
119
Unfreedom the Scrvum arbitriwn
121
Man in Revolt
124
Evil and Death
128
ANGELS SPIRITS AND THE DEVIL
133
OF PROVIDENCE PRESERVATION AND GODS GOVERNMENT OF THE WORLD 1 The Theme and its Importance
148
Preservation and Creation
149
Gods Action and the Established Order of Nature
151
Divine Providence
155
Miracles
160
APPENDIX Miracles and the Postulate of Demythol
186
HISTORY AND SAVING HISTORY
193
APPENDIX The Typological Exposition of the
209
THE FULLNESS OF TIME
231
THE FOUNDATION OF THE CHRISTIAN
239
APPENDIX A The Interpretation of Jesus in Consistent
260
Chapter u THE SAVING WORK OF GOD IN JESUS
271
APPENDIX A The History of the Doctrine of the Three
308
APPENDIX B The Kingship of Christ and Christological
315
THE PERSON OF JESUS CHRIST
322
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
379
INDEX OF SCRIPTURE REFERENCES
385
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