Cambridge Studies in Christian Doctrine: The Creativity of God: World, Eucharist, Reason Series Number 12 by Professor Oliver Davies
We, as a theological community, have lost a language in which we speak of the creation of the world. As a result, our rational speeches can not bridge the way…
Cambridge Studies in Christian Doctrine synopsis
We, as a theological community, have lost a language in which we speak of the creation of the world. As a result, our rational speeches can not bridge the way we know God and the way we know the world. Thus, Oliver Davis, the main task of contemporary theology, argues that the Christian narrative of the world is reincarnated as mysteries, leading to the formation of a Christian mental concept and a new understanding of the true Christian Church. The moral traditions of Yuhanin through the Word and the Eucharistic Semichism of Christ as an incarnate, humorous and creative speech of God serve the reform project of Christian cosmology.
The world itself is seen as a creative text written by God, of which we as interpreters are an integral part. This vast and persuasive book makes an important contribution to modern theology..
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