Posted by: Dan | July 28, 2006

Becoming the Father: Part XIX

Well, as requested, I'm posting the complete bibliography to this series, which has now drawn to a close (As an aside I should note that Richard Bauckham's God Crucified should really be on this list as well but I only just finished reading it now. Bauckham's reflections on how the one God is revealed in the humiliation of Jesus ties in well with much of what I have said about becoming the Father through a Spirit-empowered cruciformity. Furthermore, I feel that this series actually helps to show how a “Christology of divine identity” and an Adam Christology belong together [I mention this last point because Bauckham argues that Tom Wright “tries to have his cake and eat it too” when he brings those two motifs together in his chapter on Phil 2 in The Climax of the Covenant]).

Bibliography

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Bartos, Emil. Deification in Eastern Orthodox Theology: An Evaluation and Critique of the Theology of Dimitru Stanisloae. Carlisle: Paternoster, 1999.

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