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The philosophy and theology of Anders Nygren…

The philosophy and theology of Anders Nygren

by Editor Charles W. Kegley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0809304279, Hardcover)

Anders Nygren has for years been recognized as a leading con­temporary theologian. His major work, Agape and Eros, has become a classic of theological research. And though he has been comparatively little known in this country, these critical essays which scrutinize Professor Nygren’s philosophical and theological theses on such subjects as motif research, meanings of love, systematic theology, and philosophy of religion attest to the importance given to his work by scholars and theolo­gians throughout the world.


The illumination given Nygren’s thought by this close examination is further enhanced by his “Intellectual Autobiography” and by his “Reply to Interpreters and Critics,” a commentary and defense in response to the essays, written by Professor Nygren for this volume. In addition, the vol­ume includes a complete bibliography of Nygren’s publications, covering his entire career and listing all translations of his works.

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