Reformed theology : identity and ecumenicity / edited by Wallace M. Alston, Jr. & Michael Welker.

Contributor(s): Alston, Wallace M, 1934- | Welker, Michael, 1947-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, MI : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 2003Description: p. cmISBN: 0802847765 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Reformed Church -- Doctrines -- CongressesDDC classification: 230/.42 LOC classification: BX9422.3 | .R45 2003
Contents:
The Identity of Reformed Theology and Its Ecumenicity in the Twenty-First Century: Reformed Theology as Transformational Cultural Theology / Yung Han Kim -- Reformed Strength in Its Denominational Weakness / Eberhard Busch -- Reformed Theology - Past and Future / Jan Rohls -- The End of Reformed Theology? The Voice of Karl Barth in the Doctrinal Chaos of the Present / Bruce L. McCormack -- Theology and the Church's Mission: Catholic, Orthodox, Evangelical, and Reformed / William Stacy Johnson -- We Believe in One Holy and Catholic Church ...: Reformed Identity and the Unity of the Church / Margit Ernst -- Election and Ecclesiology in the Post-Constantinian Church / Colin Gunton -- Church, State, and Civil Society in the Reformed Tradition / David Fergusson -- "The State We're In": A Reformed Response to Some Aspects of John Milbank's Theory of Church and State / Peter McEnhill -- The Communion of the Triune God: Towards a Trinitarian Ecclesiology in Reformed Perspective / Daniel L. Migliore -- Charismatic Movement, Postmodernism, and Covenantal Rationality / Carver T. Yu -- Reformed Pneumatology and Pentecostal Pneumatology / Myung Yong Kim -- A Reformed Theological Perspective Based on the Characteristic Past and Present of Debrecen / Botond Gaal -- Calvinism as an Ascetic Movement / A. van de Beek -- A Proposal for Pedagogical Strategies in Theological Education in the Reformed Tradition / Leanne Van Dyk -- Can We Still Be Reformed? Questions from a South African Perspective / Dirk Smit -- Reformed Identity in an Ecumenical World / George W. Stroup -- Sovereignty and Sanctification: Reformed Accents in Ecumenics / Gabriel Fackre -- Reconsidering the Doctrine of Providence / Jan Milic Lochman -- Rethinking the Scripture Principle: Friedrich Schleiermacher and the Role of the Bible in the Church / Dawn DeVries -- Social Witness in Generous Orthodoxy: The New Presbyterian "Study Catechism" / George Hunsinger -- The Union With Christ Doctrine in Renewal: Movements of the Presbyterian Church (USA) / P. Mark Achtemeier -- In Support of a Reformed View of Ascension and Eucharist / Douglas Farrow -- A Cry for Life in a Global Economic Era / H. Russel Botman -- Processus Confessionis / Milan Opocensky -- Paradox Catholicity: The Unity of Identity and Difference as a Core Problem of Christian Ecumenism / Ulrich H. J. Kortner -- The Openness and Worldliness of the Church / Michael Weinrich -- Identity and Ecumenicity: How Do We Deal Theologically with So-Called "Nontheological" Factors? / Piet J. Naude.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. The Identity of Reformed Theology and Its Ecumenicity in the Twenty-First Century: Reformed Theology as Transformational Cultural Theology / Yung Han Kim -- 2. Reformed Strength in Its Denominational Weakness / Eberhard Busch -- 3. Reformed Theology - Past and Future / Jan Rohls -- 4. The End of Reformed Theology? The Voice of Karl Barth in the Doctrinal Chaos of the Present / Bruce L. McCormack -- 5. Theology and the Church's Mission: Catholic, Orthodox, Evangelical, and Reformed / William Stacy Johnson -- 6. We Believe in One Holy and Catholic Church ...: Reformed Identity and the Unity of the Church / Margit Ernst -- 7. Election and Ecclesiology in the Post-Constantinian Church / Colin Gunton -- 8. Church, State, and Civil Society in the Reformed Tradition / David Fergusson -- 9. "The State We're In": A Reformed Response to Some Aspects of John Milbank's Theory of Church and State / Peter McEnhill -- 10. The Communion of the Triune God: Towards a Trinitarian Ecclesiology in Reformed Perspective / Daniel L. Migliore -- 11. Charismatic Movement, Postmodernism, and Covenantal Rationality / Carver T. Yu -- 12. Reformed Pneumatology and Pentecostal Pneumatology / Myung Yong Kim -- 13. A Reformed Theological Perspective Based on the Characteristic Past and Present of Debrecen / Botond Gaal -- 14. Calvinism as an Ascetic Movement / A. van de Beek -- 15. A Proposal for Pedagogical Strategies in Theological Education in the Reformed Tradition / Leanne Van Dyk -- 16. Can We Still Be Reformed? Questions from a South African Perspective / Dirk Smit -- 17. Reformed Identity in an Ecumenical World / George W. Stroup -- 18. Sovereignty and Sanctification: Reformed Accents in Ecumenics / Gabriel Fackre -- 19. Reconsidering the Doctrine of Providence / Jan Milic Lochman -- 20. Rethinking the Scripture Principle: Friedrich Schleiermacher and the Role of the Bible in the Church / Dawn DeVries -- 21. Social Witness in Generous Orthodoxy: The New Presbyterian "Study Catechism" / George Hunsinger -- 22. The Union With Christ Doctrine in Renewal: Movements of the Presbyterian Church (USA) / P. Mark Achtemeier -- 23. In Support of a Reformed View of Ascension and Eucharist / Douglas Farrow -- 24. A Cry for Life in a Global Economic Era / H. Russel Botman -- 25. Processus Confessionis / Milan Opocensky -- 26. Paradox Catholicity: The Unity of Identity and Difference as a Core Problem of Christian Ecumenism / Ulrich H. J. Kortner -- 27. The Openness and Worldliness of the Church / Michael Weinrich -- 28. Identity and Ecumenicity: How Do We Deal Theologically with So-Called "Nontheological" Factors? / Piet J. Naude.

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