Systematic Theology Hardback

Volume 1, The Doctrine of God

by Katherine Sonderegger;


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Systematic Theology

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The mystery of Almighty God is most properly an explication of the oneness of God, tying the faith of the church to the bedrock of Israel's confession of the lord of the covenant, the lord of our Lord Jesus Christ. The doctrine of divine attributes, then, is set out as a reflection on Holy Scripture: the One God as omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient, and all these as expressions of the Love who is God. Systematic theology must make bold claims about its knowledge and service of this One lord: the Invisible God must be seen and known in the visible. In this way, God and God's relation to creation are distinguished--but not separated--from Christology, the doctrine of perfections from redemption. The lord God will be seen as compatible with creatures, and the divine perfections express formally distinct and unique relations to the world.

This systematic theology, then, begins from the treatise De Deo Uno and develops the dogma of the Trinity as an expression of divine unicity, on which will depend creation, Christology, and ecclesiology. In the end, the transcendent beauty who is God can be known only in worship and praise.

Systematic Theology by Katherine Sonderegger was published by Fortress Press,U.S. in June 2015 and is our 48030th best seller. The ISBN for Systematic Theology is 9781451482843.

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Contents

Acknowledgments

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Preface

Part I. The One God

1. The Perfect Oneness of God

1a. The Divine Oneness in Holy Scripture

2. The Divine Oneness as Foundational Perfection

2a. The Divine Oneness in Scholastic Theology

2b. The Divine Oneness in the Kantian Tradition

Part II. The Omnipresent One

3. The Perfection of the One LORD's Hiddenness: His Omnipresence

3a. Divine Hiddenness and Atheism

3b. Divine Hiddenness and Holy Scripture

3c. An Excursus on Theological Compatibilism and Epistemology

3d. Divine Invisibility in the New Testament 

Part III. The Omnipotent One

4. The Perfection of the One LORD's Holy Humility: His Omnipotence

Section I: Divine Omnipotence A Se

4a. The Question of Divine Power

4b. Divine Omnipotence in the Tradition

4c. Divine Omnipotence in Positive, Scriptural Idiom

4d. Divine Omnipotence as Subject and Object

4e. Divine Omnipotence and Creaturely Suffering: the Prophet Jeremiah

Section II: Divine Omnipotence Ad Extra

4f. Divine Omnipotence as Personal Relation

4g. The Book of Numbers

4h. The Mutable Immutability of the Omnipotent One

4i. The Book of Genesis

Part IV. The Omniscient One

5. The Perfection of the One LORD's Spiritual Nature: His Eternal Omniscience

5a. The Omniscient One's Perfect Knowledge

5b. The Divine Knowledge of Evil

6. Methodological and Transcendental Questions in Divine Omniscience

6a. The Problem of Grounding

6b. The Problem of Representation

6c. The Representative

7. The Doctrine of Illumination

7a. Compatibilism in the Doctrine of Omniscience

7b. The Transcendental Relation

Part V. Final Things

8. The Perfection of Divine Love

9. The Divine Perfections and the Exegesis of Holy Scripture

Index 

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Page last updated 28th May 2017
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherFortress Press,U.S. (June 2015)
Weight530g
Number of Pages539
Thickness33 mm
Height228 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9781451482843
ISBN-101451482841
Product Code4317428
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