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The centrality of the Resurrection

a study in Paul's soteriology

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This edition was published in by Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, MI.

Written in English

155 pages

What place does the resurrection of Jesus Christ have in the soteriological teaching of the apostle Paul? The author, writing from within the Reformed tradition, explains in part one that a change has taken place in Reformed theology's interpretation of the emphasis of Paul's thought. Gaffin discusses this change and the proper way to approach Paul. Part two uncovers the basic structure of Paul's resurrection theology and shows that the central theme of Christ's resurrection governs the whole of Paul's theology. Part three discusses the way in which Paul develops and uses this theme. Gaffin's conclusion presents the implications of this study for the problems and program of Reformed dogmatics. - Back cover.

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What place does the resurrection of Jesus Christ have in the soteriological teaching of the apostle Paul? The author, writing from within the Reformed tradition, explains in part one that a change has taken place in Reformed theology's interpretation of the emphasis of Paul's thought. Gaffin discusses this change and the proper way to approach Paul. Part two uncovers the basic structure of Paul's resurrection theology and shows that the central theme of Christ's resurrection governs the whole of Paul's theology. Part three discusses the way in which Paul develops and uses this theme. Gaffin's conclusion presents the implications of this study for the problems and program of Reformed dogmatics. - Back cover.

The centrality of the Resurrection

a study in Paul's soteriology

This edition was published in by Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, MI.


Table of Contents

Introduction
Part one : Methodological considerations.
Part two : The resurrection of Christ in Paul's soteriology : the central theme and basic structure.
The resurrection of Christ and the future resurrection of believers
The resurrection of Christ and the past resurrection of the believer
Conclusion
The activity of the Father and the passivity of the Son
The agency of the Spirit
Conclusion
Part three : The resurrection of Christ in Paul's soteriology : the development of the theme.
The resurrection of Christ
The resurrection as the redemption of Christ
Conclusion

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 145-146.
A revision of the author's thesis, Westminster Theological Seminary, 1969, under title: Resurrection and redemption: a study in Pauline soteriology.
Includes indexes.

Series
Baker Biblical monograph

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
234
Library of Congress
BS2655.R35 G33 1978

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Pagination
155 p.
Number of pages
155
Dimensions
22 x x centimeters

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL4743845M
Internet Archive
centralityofresu00gaff
ISBN 10
0801037263
ISBN 13
9780801037269
LC Control Number
78057894
OCLC/WorldCat
4667355
Library Thing
127644
Goodreads
2186946

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