The Divine Attributesis an engaging analysis of the God of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam from the perspective of rational theology.
Author: Joshua Hoffman,Gary S. Rosenkrantz
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A Treatise on the Divine Love and Wisdom and Correspondence
Author: Emanuel Swedenborg
Original Scholarly Monograph
In Dialogue with Karl Barth, Eberhard Jüngel and Wolf Krötke
Author: Christopher R. J. Holmes
Publisher: Peter Lang
Cremer's short, energetic treatise on the divine attributes was admired by both Karl Barth and Wolfhart Pannenberg. Cremer chastises the speculative flights of traditional doctrines of the divine attributes and issues a resounding summons to a more exegetically, economically, and christologically grounded account. Known primarily as a biblical scholar for his Biblico-Theological Lexicon of New Testament Greek, precursor to the monumental TDNT, Cremer shows himself here also an able systematician, with a pastor's eye for the role played by doctrine in the life of congregational and individual faith.
Author: Hermann Cremer
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
In the Contrivance and Accomplishment of Man's Redemption by the Lord Jesus Christ
Author: William Bates
Category: Justification (Christian theology)
"The Lord is the Spirit" (2 Cor 3:17) . . . and yet one might be excused for thinking otherwise when reading studies on God's attributes-omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence, immutability, impassibility, and the like. Although Christians throughout the ages have defended the deity of the Holy Spirit, theologians have not adequately taken the doctrine of the Holy Spirit into account when formulating a theology of the divine attributes. The resulting understandings of God fall short of being fully Trinitarian. Gabriel builds on contemporary Trinitarian theology by advocating for the integration of insights from pneumatology into the doctrine of God's attributes. Three case studies are presented: impassibility, immutability, and omnipotence. Gabriel writes from an evangelical and Pentecostal vantage point as he engages in ecumenical dialogue with a wide spectrum of historical and contemporary theological voices.
The Holy Spirit and the Divine Attributes
Author: Andrew K. Gabriel
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
The Divine Attributes explores the traditional theistic concept of God as the most perfect being possible, discussing the main divine attributes which flow from this understanding - personhood, transcendence, immanence, omnipresence, omniscience, omnipotence, perfect goodness, unity, simplicity and necessity. It argues that the atemporalist's conception of God is to be preferred over the temporalist's on the grounds of perfect being theology, but that, if it were to be the case that the temporal God existed, rather than the atemporal God, He'd still be 'perfect enough' to count as the God of Theism.
Author: Tim Mawson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
In his latest book Colin Gunton -- one of the foremost systematic theologians writing today -- addresses the complex question of God's attributes: or the defining characteristics of the deity. As Gunton makes clear, after nearly two thousand years of discussion there seems to be little clarity about how the identity of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit relates to the kinds of things that have been, and are, said of the kind of being that God is. Theologians often seem to have been content with a list of intelligible, but often abstract terms, as to 'the contents of our idea of God.' And for Gunton, the doctrine of the divine attributes seems often to have been approached using the wrong method developing the wrong content; and even, when that has not been the case, treating things in the wrong order. As the author shows, this has much to do with what has become a tangled web of the relations between Greek and Hebrew discussions and characterisations of the topic. In this book he attempts to disentangle these threads as individually and carefully as possible. Successive chapters on the problems of the 'tangled web'; the nature of theological language; and the difference that the Trinity might make to the discussion succeed in developing one of the most coherent and intellectually stimulating pictures of the divine attributes to have been published in recent times. The author's many admirers will find this book mandatory reading, as will all serious students an
towards a theology of the divine attributes
Author: Colin E. Gunton
Publisher: Scm Pr
In God the Father Almighty Erickson develops a sturdy exposition of the doctrine of God. He interacts with criticism brought against the traditional view of God and offers a fresh analysis of the attributes of God in light of Scripture and the contemporary scene. God the Father Almighty is a companion volume to Erickson's other theological monographs (God in Three Persons and The Word Became Flesh).
A Contemporary Exploration of the Divine Attributes
Author: Millard J. Erickson
Publisher: Baker Books
This title explains the divine attributes by which God manifests Himself in the world, and by which He completes the spiritual life of man. The author describes how, in order to assume the angelic character within, a human must choose from these attributes and live by their tenets in daily life.
The Divine Attributes of God
Author: Tosun Bayrak Al Jerrahi
In Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya and the Divine Attributes Miriam Ovadia offers a thorough study of his voluminous–theological work on anthropomorphism, al-Ṣawāʿiq al-Mursala (written ca. 1350), in which he rationalistically systemized the hermeneutics of his renowned mentor Ibn Taymiyya.
Rationalized Traditionalistic Theology
Author: Miriam Ovadia
Author: Henry Forster Burder
Author: Thomas Robinson
Category: Theology, Doctrinal
Author: Edward Trapp PILGRIM
Author: Henry Dudley Ryder
Category: Religious poetry, English
In Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya and the Divine Attributes Miriam Ovadia offers a thorough study of his voluminous-theological work on anthropomorphism, al-Ṣawāʿiq al-Mursala (written ca. 1350), in which he rationalistically systemized the hermeneutics of his renowned mentor Ibn Taymiyya.
Rationalized Traditionalistic Theology
Author: Miriam Ovadia
Publisher: Islamic Philosophy, Theology a