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Jesus, Humanity and the Trinity: A Brief Systematic Theology (edition 2001)

by Kathryn Tanner

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Title:Jesus, Humanity and the Trinity: A Brief Systematic Theology
Authors:Kathryn Tanner
Info:Fortress Press (2001), Edition: 1st Fortress Press ed, Paperback, 152 pages
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Jesus Humanity, and the Trinity: A Brief Systematic Theology by Kathryn Tanner

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A neat little book, if somewhat Orthodox. Quite good and a wonderful example of more recent feminist theology. My personal bias against anything that leans too heavily on Trinitarian thought colored my reading, probably unfairly, I need to take another run at this one. ( )
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With simplicity and elegance, Tanner sketches a historically informed vision of the faith. Chapter 1 recovers strands of early Christian accounts of Jesus and his significance for a very different age. Chapter 2 situates Christology in a religious vision of the whole cosmos, while Chapter 3 lays out the ethical and political implications of the vision. Chapter 4 speculates about the "end" of things in Christ. Tanner's work was developed from the Scottish Journal of Theology lectures in 1999 in Edinburgh.

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