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Claude Welch, the distinguished historian of nineteenth‐century religious thought, once declared that Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834) ‘may be seen as the real turning point into the theology of the nineteenth century’ and that he ‘was as important for British and American thought as were...
Luther, Zwingli and Calvin are in full accord with the Chalcedonian definition of Christ as one person in two natures, which are united unconfusedly, unchangeably, indivisibly and inseparably. The main point of disagreement among them concerns the usage of the so‐called communicatio idiomatum....
Books reviewed: John Barton, Joel and Obadiah: A Commentary (Old Testament Library) John P. Meier, A Marginal Jew, Volume III: Companions and Competitors William E. Arnal, Jesus and the Village Scribes: Galilean Conflicts and the Setting of Q Richard A. Horsley, Hearing the Whole Story: The...
Short Notices: Mary E. Mills, Images of God in the Old Testament Tod Linafelt and Timothy K. Beal, God in the Fray: A Tribute to Walter Brueggemann Kari Latvus, God, Anger and Ideology: The Anger of God in Joshua and Judges in Relation to Deuteronomy amd the Priestly Writings (Journal for the...
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