God Against Religion: Rethinking Christian Theology Through Worship

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2008年1月29日 - 242 頁

This volume outlines a Christian theology that takes worship as its basic framework, as the occasion of not only an approach toward God in piety but also separation from God in sin. Drawing on Luther, Calvin, and especially Karl Barth, Matthew Myer Boulton builds a Reformed liturgical theology, maintaining that the God of Jesus Christ is a “God against religion,” one who saves human beings from religion by entering it, transforming it, and ultimately ending it.

 

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Rethinking Theology through Worship in the Reformed Tradition
1
The Invention of God
21
Karl Barth on Worship as Fall
25
2 The Creation of Eve
35
3 Revelation and Idolatry
56
Rereading Genesis 24
63
1 Eden and Intimacy
64
2 Leitourgia and Separation
69
1 Martin Luthers Simul
138
2 Penitential Life
145
3 Baptismal Life
152
God Against Religion
161
2 The End of Christianity
172
3 The Play of Redemption
184
Reforming Worship
195
2 All the Difference in the World
201

3 Religion and Murder
83
We Pray by His Mouth
95
Karl Barth on Worship as Reconciliation
101
2 The Work of Gratitude
111
3 Conspiracy and Solidarity
122
Martin Luther and Christian Life
137
3 Christian Baptism
209
4 Christian Communion
216
Bibliography
232
Index of Names and Subjects
237
Index of Scripture References
240
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第 x 頁 - And we beseech thee give us that due sense of all thy mercies that our hearts may be unfeignedly thankful and that we may show forth thy praise not only with our lips but in our lives; by giving up ourselves to thy service, and by walking before thee in holiness and righteousness all our days...

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Matthew Myer Boulton is associate professor of ministry studies at Harvard Divinity School. An ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), he serves on the ministerial staff at Old South Church in Boston, Massachusetts. His books incl

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