Word Become Flesh: Dimensions of Christology
Brian C. McDermott, SJ
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As a text for a basic Christology course this work orients the student of theology by tracing the principal developments in the New Testament and in later Church tradition, giving attention to some of the principal concerns of contemporary culture and the way some of the present-day forms of Christology try to respond to those concerns. It therefore offers a range of contemporary Christological proposals rather than one to the exclusion of others. It also seeks to reunite study of Christ's "person" with his "work" through greater attention to soteriology than often happens in traditional Christology.
McDermott's careful explanations and readable style, his incorporation of up-to-date scholarship, and his sensitivity to contemporary concerns recommend this book as a basic Christology text.
New Theology Review
Product number: 5015
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publication Date: 03/01/1993
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