1 edition of A glass darkly : medicine and theology in further dialogue found in the catalog.
A glass darkly : medicine and theology in further dialogue
Jones, D. Gareth
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||D. Gareth Jones and R. John Elford (eds.).|
|Series||New international studies in applied ethics -- v. 2|
|LC Classifications||BT732 .G56 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2010008507|
SEEING THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY At the January Elephant Room dialogue, T.D. Jakes claimed that the doctrine of the Trinity is a matter of “seeing through a glass darkly,” and the men who conducted the dialogue agreed with him. Jakes said, “We are both attempting to describe a God we love, that we serve, and that we have not seen. D. Gareth Jones is the author of Speaking for the Dead ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ), Brave New People ( avg rating, 5 ratin /5(5).
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This is hard work but hopeful work. It is in the words of St Paul (taken as the title) this is to see in a glass darkly. Some of theology has become far too fragmented. Scholars and practioners need to model the process of dialogue. In A glass darkly: Medicine and theology in further dialogue, ed.
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JACQUES DUPUIS’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE GERALD O’COLLINS, S.J. [The author summarizes the content of Jacques Dupuis’s latest work, Christianity and the Religions: From Confrontation to Dia- logue (Orbis, ) and indicates some of the points where it differs from his earlier, longer book, Toward a Christian Theology of Religious Pluralism (Orbis, ).Glass darkly [electronic resource]: medicine and theology in further dialogue / D.
Gareth Jones and R. John Elford (eds.). P. Lang Ebooks - LU users only BT G 56 EB BT BT.KRISH KANDIAH & PAUL WESTON Lesslie Newbigin () knowledge of God is partial – ‘now we see through a glass darkly’ and provisional – ‘then we will see face to face’ (1 Cor.
). Krish Kandiah & Paul Weston Lesslie Newbigin () ANVIL Volume 26 Nos 3 & 4