Theology of Transformation Faith, Freedom, and the Christian Act

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1/1/2014
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Author Biography

Oliver Davies is Professor of Christian Doctrine at King's College London and has researched, taught, or been Visiting Professor at the Gregorian in Rome, University of Virginia, University of Cologne, Germany, University of St. Petersburg, Russia, and most recently Renmin University of China, Beijing. He has written extensively on medieval mystical literature, especially Meister Eckhart. He is originally from South Wales, and has published also on the Christian literature of medieval Wales.

Table of Contents

I: Foundations: Theological Re-Orientation
1. Where is Jesus Christ?
2. Theology in the World: A Re-orientation of Theology
3. A Theology of Transformation: Act and Theology
II: Church and Life: Christ in Us
4. Living Doctrine: Transformation and Trinity
5. Christ in Us: Spirit, Freedom, and Church
6. Holy Scripture: Hermeneutics and Life
III: Social Transformation: Newness of World
7. Faith, Freedom, and World: The Logic of Sacrifice
8. Christian Philosophy: Love and Reason
9. Christian Politics: Universalism and Communion
Conclusion: The Returning Body

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