John Macquarrie’s Natural Theology: The Grace of Being
Routledge, 30 de nov. 2017 - 212 pàgines
Title first published in 2003. John Macquarrie has been a major contributor in the theological world for more than forty years, but as yet very little secondary material on his work has appeared. This book offers an insightful introduction to Macquarrie's theology, arguing that at its heart is a systematic theology of gift. Tracing the development of his thought from its early existentialism to the social and world-affirming perspectives of later writings, this book shows how these developments emerge in dialogue with contemporary thinkers. Morley demonstrates how Macquarrie's theology mediates between two traditionally opposing theologies of gift and being, centring on the doctrines of God and of human being, and reaching its fullest expression in Christology, with Christ as the focal point of two personal movements of self-giving - divine and human. Macquarrie himself contributes a Foreword.
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adoptionism adoptionist authentic existence becomes being-in-the-world being’s body character characterised Christian Existentialism Christian faith Christian Theology christology Church classical theism commitment concern context corporate cosmos creation critical Dasein dialectical theism discloses distinction divine doctrine dualism emphasis entities event example existential existential-ontological Existentialist Theology existentiell experience expression F.H. Bradley facticity freedom fundamental God’s grace Gundry Heidegger Heidegger’s historical Jesus human existence human transcendence inauthentic incarnation individual insistence interpretation italics JCMT Jesus Christ John Macquarrie Jones kenosis kenotic Kenotic Christology kerygma Knox Knox’s letting-be London Macquarrie agrees Macquarrie notes Macquarrie suggests Macquarrie’s theology Macquarrie’s thought man’s manifest meaning metaphysical natural theology notion object ontological ontological difference participation particular possibility pre-existence primordial Principles of Christian question Reality of Christ realm recognises relation religious revelation Rudolf Bultmann Ryle Search of Deity self-giving sense significance summons Testament things thinking tradition understanding unity σμα