By Brock Bingaman,Jürgen Moltmann
In this optimistic paintings, Bingaman demonstrates the intrinsic connection among Maximus' and Moltmann's perspectives of man or woman, Christ and the Trinity, the church, and the human calling in construction. Illustrating the richness of those historic and postmodern theologies in dialog, All issues New lays out destiny trajectories in theological anthropology, patristic ressourcement, ecologically attuned theology and spirituality, and Orthodox-Protestant dialogue.
"A version of inventive theological retrieval, All issues New makes a compelling case for figuring out human id and vocation as profoundly Trinitarian and christological. It offers a superbly contemplative imaginative and prescient of the human individual, arguing that it's the caliber and intensity of our recognition to divine secret that allows us to appreciate who we're and the way we should always dwell. An unique and critical work."
--Douglas E. Christie, professor, Theological reviews, Loyola Marymount college, l. a., CA
"In this crucial e-book, Brock Bingaman brings Maximus the Confessor and Jürgen Moltmann into positive discussion. with out in any respect attempting to cover the very varied idioms within which they suspect, Bingaman exhibits how either Maximus and Moltmann base their reflections at the human calling and future within the doctrine of the Trinity and the Paschal secret of Christ. it's a wealthy and stimulating work."
--Andrew Louth, Professor emeritus of Patristic and Byzantine experiences, Durham college, Durham, UK
"Bingaman's comparative examine of Maximus the Confessor's and Jürgen Moltmann's theological anthropology keeps a long-standing culture of fruitful discussion among japanese Orthodox and Reformed theologies. Wide-ranging and evocative in its research, All issues New bargains its readers old knowledge coupled with clean ecological impulses for figuring out the human calling in a Trinitarian framework today."
--Joy Ann McDougall, affiliate Professor of Systematic Theology, Candler institution of Theology, Emory college, Atlanta, GA
Brock Bingaman is Assistant Professor of non secular reports and spiritual experiences software Director at Wesleyan university in Macon, Georgia. His guides comprise The Philokalia: A vintage textual content of Orthodox Spirituality (2012), coedited with Bradley Nassif, and diverse booklet chapters and magazine articles on Christian spirituality, ecology, comparative theology, and Christian-Muslim relations.
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All Things New: The Trinitarian Nature of the Human Calling in Maximus the Confessor and Jürgen Moltmann (Princeton Theological Monograph Series Book 213) by Brock Bingaman,Jürgen Moltmann