A Guest in the House of Israel: Post-Holocaust Church Theology

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1 ian. 1993 - 344 pagini

In this thought-provoking book, Clark Williamson challenges churches and theologians to become aware of the inherited ideology of anti-Judaism that has distorted their teaching, even on such key matters as Jesus, the Scriptures, the church, and God. Williamson bases his study on a wide range of confessional literature from Roman Catholic to Protestant doctrines. He demonstrates that both the people of Israel and the church stand in relation to God only by the grace of God and suggests a radical, constructive alternative to the "teaching of contempt."

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criterion of embarrassment 55 Jesus and John the Baptizer 57
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Covenant
107
The faithfulness of God
134
A representative understanding of the New Testament
160
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Classical Christian theism 202 PostShoah Jewish thinking about
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Mending the world 212 Christian theological reconstruction
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A processrelational model of God 220 The triune God
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The church as the exclusive ark of salvation 235 The Jewish no
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the church 246 The purpose of the church 248 The king
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Bibliography
317
Index Including Scripture References
337

Jesus Christ and the God of Israel 188 Toward a con
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Despre autor (1993)

Clark M. Williamson is Indiana Professor Emeritus of Christian Thought at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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