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In defining the theological problem of participation as the question of how created beings, namely human beings, can participate (μέθεξις) in the transcendent Uncreated God towards deification (θέωσις) without a pantheistic blurring of essences, this article examines the Christologically...
The two most important concepts in Duns Scotus's (1265/6‐1308) theology of the Atonement are satisfaction and merit. Just what these amount to and how they function in his theory are heavily conditioned by two more general commitments: Scotus's voluntarism, which includes the claim that nearly...
The postmodern emphasis on human finitude encourages the reconsideration of religious traditions, and more particularly of Christianity. The doctrine of a vulnerable God dying on a cross speaks to postmodern civilization. Jesus Christ infuses transcendence into the realm of immanence by assuming...
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