|Author:||Carl E. Braaten,Robert W. Jenson|
|Title:||Union with Christ: The New Finnish Interpretation of Luther|
|Format:||mobi lit lrf txt|
|ePUB size:||1989 kb|
|FB2 size:||1921 kb|
|DJVU size:||1457 kb|
|Publisher:||Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.; NEW STIFF WRAPS edition (September 1, 1998)|
We first met Professor Tuomo Mannermaa at the 1993 Luther Congress held at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota. He was accompanied by an entourage of disciples representing the new "Finnish school," which is radically revising our understanding of Luther.
This book introduces the English-speaking world to the new Finnish interpretation of the theology of Martin Luther. The book gives a new and deep perspective on Luther and the interpretation of his concepts of salvation and Gods love. Easy to read and understand.
Dorman Braaten and Jenson's book on new interpretations of Luther's Christology and soteriology. The new Finnish perspective on Luther offers a refreshing corrective not only to the postñEnlightenment dualism of German Lutheran scholarship, but also to neoñevangelical Protestantismís tendency to define justification solely in forensic terms.
Union with Christ book. Start by marking Union with Christ: The New Finnish Interpretation of Luther as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
The New Finnish Interpretation of Luther. Carl E. Braaten Robert W. Jenson. PAPERBACK; Published: 8/19/1998. ISBN: 978-0-8028-4442-2. Word & World "This book is valuable for the introduction of English-speaking Lutherans to the world of Finnish Luther interpretation. The reflective pastor will be able to recognize new angles for preaching and teaching that run counter to traditional conceptions.
Braaten, Carl . and Robert W. Jenson, ed. Union with Christ: The New Finnish Interpretation of Luther. Campbell, Constantine R. Paul and Union with Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study.
this book is very interesting, although sometimes it has a slightly overly-biased ecumenical agenda; I do think it has a lot of helpful things to say. Some of the theological concepts and ideas here are wonderful. Although the authors do appeal to Scripture, I think more appeal to Scripture would be even more profitable, to back up their assertions.
Carl E. Braaten, "Robert William Jenson – A Personal Memoir", in Trinity, Time, and Church: A Response to the Theology of Robert W. Colin Gunton (2000), pp. 1–9. ^ eCCET.