Another Reformation : Postliberal Christianity and the Jews by Peter Ochs Download ebook PDF, AZW3, IBOOKS, DOCX, FB2

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How does Christianity relate to contemporary Judaism? In Another Reformation, Jewish theologian Peter Ochs engages leading postliberal Christian thinkers who argue that Christ and the church do not replace God's love of Israel and the Jews. Not only does he provide a detailed study of the movement of recent postliberal Christian theology, but he also offers stimulating Jewish-Christian theological exchange. (60), How does Christianity relate to contemporary Judaism? In this book a respected Jewish theologian learns a lesson from recent Christian theology: God's love of Christ and the church does not replace his love of Israel and the Jews. Ochs engages leading postliberal Christian thinkers George Lindbeck, Robert Jenson, Stanley Hauerwas, John Howard Yoder, Daniel Hardy, David Ford, and John Milbank, who argue this point in their work. He analyzes recent thinking in Christology and pneumatology and offers a detailed study of the movement of recent postliberal Christian theology in the US and UK. Ochs's realization that some Christian thinkers retain a place for the people of Israel opens up the possibility of new understanding and deepens the Jewish-Christian dialogue.


Another Reformation : Postliberal Christianity and the Jews by Peter Ochs Read book in AZW, FB2, RTF, PDF, EPUB

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