2 edition of problem of God-language in the theology of John MacQuarrie and Langdon Gilkey found in the catalog.
problem of God-language in the theology of John MacQuarrie and Langdon Gilkey
John S. Marai
Written in English
|Statement||by John S. Marai.|
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|Pagination||85 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
Paquete de lecturas para introducción a la teología reformada. 72 John Macquarrie, An Existentialist Theology A Comparison of Heidegger and Bultmann (London: SCM, ), "The Problem of the Historical Jesus" // Essays on New Testament Themes, trans. ue Langdon Gilkey, Naming the Whirlwind The Renewal of God Language (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill.
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2 Langdon Gilkey, Naming the Whirlwind: The Renewal of God-Language (New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., ), pp. 9-io. 3 The most comprehensive analysis of our present situation and its implications for theo-logical method in the recent literature is Langdon Gilkey's Naming the Whirlwind.
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it is, as John Macquarrie has put it, a matter of full commitment to Jesus Christ and at the same time a genuine openness to others. 5 Just what this means, As Langdon Gilkey has said. So we had book titles like Naming The Whirlwind: the Renewal of God Language by Langdon Gilkey; God-Talk: An Examination of the Language and Logic of Theology by John Macquarrie, and God Is A New Language by Sebastian Moore O.S.B.
etc., etc. 28/08/01 Page i Interfaith Theology A Reader 28/08/01 Page ii related titles published by oneworld Concepts of God: Images of the Divine in Five Religious Traditions, Keith Ward, ISBN 1–––0 Ethics in the World Religions, edited by Joseph Runzo and Nancy M.
Martin, ISBN 1–––3 God and the Universe of Faiths, John. The most creative book for interpreting this period in theology and for attempting to lay the groundwork for a reconstruction within the liberal and neoorthodox traditions in late modern theology was Langdon Gilkey, Naming the Whirlwind: The Renewal of God-Language (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, ).
Langdon B. Gilkey (). Moved from a Neo-orthodox to a Neo-liberal position. His Out of the Whirlwind: The Renewal of God-language in Theology linguistically destroyed the “Death of God” fad.
Played a bit role in the Civil Rights movement that led to his forced termination from Vanderbilt Divinity School. Langdon B. Gilkey (). Moved from a Neo-orthodox to a Neo-liberal position.
His Out of the Whirlwind: The Renewal of God-language in Theology linguistically destroyed the “Death of God” fad.
Played a bit role in the Civil Rights movement.Langdon Gilkey, Naming the Whirlwind: The Renewal of God-Language (Indianapolis, Indiana: Bobbs-Merrill, ).
Carl Gillett and Barry Loewer, eds. Physicalism and Its Discontents (New York, New York: Cambridge University Press, ).BLL2G5 Title: Naming the whirlwind; the renewal of God-language, by Langdon Gilkey. Personal Author: Gilkey, Langdon Brown, Publication info: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill  BLG55 Title: The political origins of religious liberty / Anthony Gill.
Personal Author: Gill, Anthony James.