This is My Name Forever: The Trinity & Gender Language for God by Alvin F. Kimel

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Author
Alvin F. Kimel
Publisher
InterVarsity Press
Date of release
Pages
239
ISBN
9780830815067
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Paperback
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In recent years the doctrine of the Trinity has returned to the theological front burner. At the same time, concerns over patriarchy and gender-biased language have pressed questions about the propriety of called God Father,Son and Holy Spirit. In This is my name forever an outstanding array of biblical scholars, theologians and philosophers take on the profound and crucial questions raised by this important debate. The book's essays include: William Alston on literal language about God Stanley Grenz on embodiment and the triune God Paul Hinlicky on Trinity, gender and salvation Paul Mankowski on the gender of Israel's God Francis Martin on the epistemology of feminist hermeneutics R R Reno on modernism and feminism Thomas Schmidt on biblical imagery and phallocentrism Christopher Seitz on the divine name in Christian Scripture Marianne Meye Thompson on Jesus' address of God as Father


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