God-Talk: A Guide for the Perplexed

God Talk A Guide for the Perplexed This is an introduction to the nature and goals of God talk from a Christian perspective The authors start by addressing the question of what God talk is and discuss the nature and aims of God talk in

  • Title: God-Talk: A Guide for the Perplexed
  • Author: Aaron James Ryan S. Peterson
  • ISBN: 9780567236524
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is an introduction to the nature and goals of God talk from a Christian perspective The authors start by addressing the question of what God talk is and discuss the nature and aims of God talk in terms of the worship of God by the church and the formation of saints within the church This discussion contrasts the doxological and formative nature of God talk with theThis is an introduction to the nature and goals of God talk from a Christian perspective The authors start by addressing the question of what God talk is and discuss the nature and aims of God talk in terms of the worship of God by the church and the formation of saints within the church This discussion contrasts the doxological and formative nature of God talk with the disintegration of God talk from modern life using economic and medical practices as examples.The authors use a variety of contexts in which God talk occurs and the authors develop their thesis in conversation with major figures Thomas Aquinas, Ludwig Wittgenstein, John Calvin, Karl Barth who have shaped contemporary reflection on God talk The narrative also analyses various metaphorical and analogous expressions, the theological basis for theological translation understood in light of God s movement toward us in the incarnation as well as discussing the biblical literature, liturgy and theology and their contributions to the church s speech about God.

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