An Evangelical Christology: Ecumenic and Historic

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Regent College Publishing, 1993 - Religion - 229 pages
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In this book Bernard Ramm offers us an introduction to Christology. Focusing on the work of Rudolf Bultmann, his study includes a discussion of the trends in the contemporary Christological debate, as well as a defence of the historic Christology of the Christian church. Book jacket.
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
Christology at the Center
15
Section
18
METHODOLOGICAL QUESTIONS
22
Creeds and Christology
29
THE ATHANASIAN CREED
37
THE PREEXISTENCE OF CHRIST
47
KENOTIC CHRISTOLOGY
55
THE ASCENSION
98
Title Christology
107
CHRISTOLOGICAL HYMNS
114
APOSTOLIC CONTROL IN THE EARLY
120
THE EARLY CHURCH AND CHRISTOLOGY
127
HISTORICAL INTEGRITY OF THE GOSPELS
134
FROM SCHWEITZER TO BULTMANN
149
RECENT CHRISTOLOGICAL THOUGHT
167

THE OPTIONS
65
The Humanity of Christ
75
From the Cross to the Return of Christ
87
Suggestions for Further Reading
209
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Ramm was a prolific and respected evangelical scholar and writer of his generation.

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