9780800632960

God Will Be All in All : The Eschatology of Juergen Moltmann

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    9780800632960

  • ISBN10:

    0800632966

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-07-01
  • Publisher: Augsburg Fortress Pub
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Summary

When published in 1964, Moltmann's Theology of Hope restored eschatology to the forefront of Christian theology. In 1995, The Coming of God: Christian Eschatology was no less significant as a major systematic study and rethinking of Christian ideas about the "end of all things".

Moltmann himself, along with four other theologians, discusses the significance and implications of his new ideas about eschatology. They provide a detailed assessment of its key aspects and creative interactions with his project. Eight new essays by Moltmann extend his work and address such questions as the God-world relation, Hell, biblical hope, the postmodern situation, and the ethical and political implications of a renewed eschatology.

Table of Contents

Contributors ix
Abbreviations for the Works of Jurgen Moltmann xi
Introduction xiii
Eschatology in The Coming of God
1(34)
Richard Bauckham
The World in God or God in The World?
35(8)
Jurgen Moltmann
The Logic of Hell
43(34)
Jurgen Moltmann
Imagination For The Kingdom of God?
Hope, Promise, and the Transformative Power of an Imagined Future
49(28)
Trevor Hart
Hope and Reality: Contradiction and Correspondence
77(46)
Jurgen Moltmann
Eschatology and Political Radicalism
The Example of Karl Barth and Jurgen Moltmann
87(28)
Timothy Gorringe
What Has Happened to Our Utopias?
1968 and 1989
115(8)
Jurgen Moltmann
The Millennium
123(26)
Richard Bauckham
The Hope of Israel and the Anabaptist Alternative
149(6)
Jurgen Moltmann
Time and Eternity
155(72)
Richard Bauckham
The Bible, The Exegete and the Theologian
227(32)
Jurgen Moltmann
After Moltmann
Reflections on the Future of Eschatology
233(26)
Miroslav Volf
Can Christian Eschatology Become Post-Modern?
259(6)
Jurgen Moltmann
The Liberation of The Future and Its Anticipations in History
265(26)
Jurgen Moltmann
Index of Names 291

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