Sacrifice And Redemption Paperback

Durham Essays in Theology

by S.W. Sykes

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Sacrifice And Redemption

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These essays explore the role sacrificial metaphor has to play in theological interpretation of the death of Christ, and ask whether such a metaphor makes sense today. They make clear that the political and psychological connotations of sacrifical language have in modern times given rise to great unease, and examine, in particular, the Catholic tradition of the eucharistic sacrifice, a tradition which was vigorously challenged at the Reformation. Looking at the various controversies from a variety of perspectives, the contributions to the book have a pronounced ecumenical slant, and illuminate sacrifice at the major, formative moments in history, from Old Testament times to contemporary theology. As a whole the collection suggests that claims to an ecumenical consensus are premature; that sacrificial language in the Christian tradition is more complex than is often supposed; but that, finally, the role of sacrifice in Christian thought is still vital in coming to terms with Christianity in the modern world.

Sacrifice And Redemption was published by Cambridge University Press in November 2007 and is our 69582nd best seller. The ISBN for Sacrifice And Redemption is 9780521044608.

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Details for Sacrifice And Redemption

Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCambridge University Press (November 2007)
Number of Pages352
Thickness20 mm
Height228 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code1122200
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