8 edition of The metaphor of God incarnate found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (P. -175) and index.
|LC Classifications||BT205 .H59 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||93014538|
In several places (e.g. his contributions to The Metaphor of God Incarnate, and his book The Myth of God Incarnate) Hick proposes a reinterpretation of traditional Christology—particularly the doctrine of the Incarnation. Hick contends "that the historical Jesus of Nazareth did not teach or apparently believe that he was God, or God the Son Era: 20th-century philosophy. What is a metaphor? A metaphor is a literary device that imaginatively draws a comparison between two unlike things. It does this by stating that Thing A is Thing h this method of equation, metaphors can help explain concepts and ideas by colorfully linking the unknown to the known; the abstract to the concrete; the incomprehensible to the comprehensible.
Scm Press, Paperback. pp. Second revised edition. As new, clean, tight & bright conditionAuthor: John Hick. In his later book, Hick prefers to speak of the metaphor of divine incarnation: 'Just as Winston Churchill ''incarnated'' the British will to resist Hitler, so Jesus ''incarnated'' God's will and love for humankind as well as the ideal of human life lived in response to God.'11 Hick's main reason for denying literal truth to the classical.
Download The-logic-of-god-incarnate ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to THE-LOGIC-OF-GOD-INCARNATE book pdf for free now. The Logic Of God Incarnate. Author: Tom Morris ISBN: The Metaphor Of God Incarnate. Author: John Hick ISBN: Genre: Religion. It would be worthwhile looking at books of that period such as “The Myth of God Incarnate” (edited by John Hick in ), “Incarnation and Myth: The Debate Continued” (edited by Michael Goulder in ), and “The Metaphor of God Incarnate: Christology in a Pluralistic Age” (by John Hick, 2nd edition, revised, ).
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This erroneous and pagan belief that Jesus was God--which he never biblically presented himself as, is covered in a scholarly book, "The Metaphor of God Incarnate," second edition,by an ordained Presbyterian pastor, English born John Hick (), D.
Phil. Its pages are divided into 17 by: The Metaphor of God Incarnate book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this groundbreaking work, John Hick refutes the tr /5.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Metaphor of God Incarnate, Second Edition: Christology in a Pluralistic by: The Metaphor of God Incarnate contains more than might be assumed simply by the title. John Hick sets out not only to demonstrate that the incarnation of Christ is best understood as metaphor, but also to illuminate Christian theology that he believes needs to be reformulated.
There were both positive and negative aspects in this book/5(12). In this groundbreaking work, John Hick refutes the traditional Christian understanding of Jesus of Nazareth.
According to Hick, Jesus did not teach what was to become the orthodox understanding of him: that he was God incarnate who became human to die for the sins of the world.
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Print book: English: 2nd, rev. edView all editions and formats Summary: New content for this new edition includes a new chapter on the nature of Christology according to the Catholic theologian, Roger Haight and a new chapter on John Macquarrie's Christology in Jesus Christ in Christian Thought, and Christology Revisited.
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Perhaps the biggest outcry followed the publication of a collection of essays inThe Myth of God Incarnate. Hick comments on the uproar in the first chapter of a later book, The Metaphor of God Incarnate, first published in and recently re-issued with two new chapters.
Looking back at the storm produced by the Myth book, Hick writes. The Metaphor of God Incarnate: Christology in a Pluralistic Age | John Hick | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. The Metaphor of God Incarnate, Second Edition: Christology in a Pluralistic Age eBook: Hick, John: : Kindle Store/5(12). In this groundbreaking work, John Hick refutes the traditional Christian understanding of Jesus of Nazareth. According to Hick, Jesus did not teach what was to become the orthodox understanding of him: that he was God incarnate who became human to die for the sins of the world.
Further, Price: $ The Myth of God Incarnate is a book edited by John Hick and published by SCM Press in James Dunn, in a literature review of academic work on the incarnation, noted the " well-publicized symposium entitled The Myth of God Incarnate, including contributions on the NT from M.
Goulder and F. Young, which provoked several responses." Two years later, in another literature review, R.
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Published: () One Christ, many religions: toward a revised Christology / by: Samartha, S. J. Published: ().As with her previous book published by New Directions, Point and Line (), Incarnate defies categorization: it "industriously works the sparsely populated and as yet underdeveloped borderlands between poetry, fiction, theater, and contemporary classical music" (Review of Contemporary Fiction).