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These essays in constructive Christian dogmatics treat a cluster of themes: the nature of Holy Scripture and its interpretations; the place of Jesus in modern intellectual culture, and in theological depiction of the nature of the church; and the inseparability of theological and moral reflection. An important series of essays from one of the world's leading contemporary theologians.

the location of the doctrine, forcing it to migrate to the beginning of the dogmatic corpus and to take its place alongside, for example, philosophical arguments for the existence of God. And the process also modifies its content, as it becomes largely disconnected from its setting in trinitarian, pneumatological and ecclesial doctrine. The extent to which this process is a natural result of the Reformation insistence upon sola scriptura is debatable; it is, I believe, more plausible to see it as
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