Atonement Law And Justice

Author: Adonis Vidu
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN: 1441245324
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The book engages the latest work in atonement theory and serves as a helpful resource for contemporary discussions. This is the only book that explores the impact of theories of law and justice on major historical atonement theories.

Cross Covenant

Author: R. Larry Shelton
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830856293
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Seeking a fresh, missionally relevant account of Christ's work, Larry Shelton analyzes the biblical notion of sacrifice as a gift alongside other theories of atonement.

Justice On Trial

Author: Andreea Delia Boboc
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One way to recuperate the social side of justice in late medieval England is to
interrogate the discursive ties between law and literature, as evidenced in
fictional trials. ... For instance, Chaucer's rapist-knight in The Wife of Bath's Tale is
married, yet not to his victim as "atonement" for raping her (as medieval law
allowed), but to a fairy who keeps his sexuality in check.17 The discourse of
marriage is detached from its context of social reconciliation and recontextualized
as a discourse of ...

Liberating Christianity

Author: Thomas C. Sorenson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498275559
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The work argues that the Bible is a human work expressing its authors' experience of the divine. The book then discusses other obstacles to faith and offers a different understanding of the issues they raise.

Black History Bulletin

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Anselm came to this conclusion within the context of a church system of penance
and of a society in which crime denied the “bonds of mutual trust and concern on
which the community depends for its existence. ... but now it was God; the God
Who Paul believed had liberated Christians from bondage to the Law had
become Law ltself.82 Over the next few hundred years, this theme shaped the
medieval mentality which became “saturated with the concepts of Christ and the

Jesus Christ Our Lord

Author: C. Norman Kraus
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1592447899
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In response to readers' comments, this revised edition provides helpful clarifications, charts, and expanded notes and references.

Directory Of American Scholars Philosophy Religion And Law

Author: Jaques Cattell Press
Publisher: Rr Bowker Llc
ISBN: 9780835214827
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Res: Spinoza; mathematical logic; history and philosophy of science. Publ: Auth,
Continuity of mens in Spinoza, New Scholasticism, 69; Spinoza on individuation,
Monist, 71; Methodology and Modality in Spinoza, Van Gorcum, 73; Method and
modality in Spinoza's ethics, In: Spinoza on Knowing, Being, Freedom, 74;
Emotion, appetition, conatus in Spinoza, Revue Int Philos, 77; Servitus in
Spinoza, Proc Scand Spinoza Symp, 78. Mailing Add: Dept of Philos Marquette
Univ Milwaukee ...


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inter-space of the museum is that she conceptualizes it as a 'broken middle', in
other words, as a flawed, compromised mediator between what remain
incompatible dualities: i.e. the 'West' and its outside, law and ethics, the nation-
state and whatever resists its ... As we have seen, if the Berlin Jewish Museum
fails, according to her, this is because it disavows its violence as a cultural
institution in the present by foregrounding its atonement for the violence of 'an
earlier unreflective past'.

The New Schaff Herzog Encyclopedia Of Religious Knowledge

Author: Samuel Macauley Jackson
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Embracing Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical,
Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the Earliest Times to the Present
Day, Based on the 3d Ed. of the Realencyklopädie Founded by J. J. Herzog, and
Edited by Albert Hauck Samuel Macauley Jackson, Lefferts Augustine Loetscher.
use of the ... It first emerged in socially sanctioned customs, laws, and concepts of
social justice in the Nile and Euphrates Valleys, in Crete, and in Palestine. But it
was ...