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Pneumatology.

By: Castelo, Daniel.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Guides for the Perplexed: Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015Description: 1 online resource (161 p.).ISBN: 9780567658999.Subject(s): Experience (Religion) | Psychology, Religious | Spiritual lifeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pneumatology: A Guide for the PerplexedDDC classification: 231.3 | 240.2 LOC classification: BL53Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Dedication; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; PREFACE; 1 Facing the wind; Challenges of pneumatology; Recalibrating expectations; A field of exceptional promise; Looking ahead; 2 The shape of Spirit-talk; Old Testament; Second Temple Judaism; The New Testament; The particular and underdetermined nature of biblical Spirit-talk; 3 The testimony of the Spirit; Pneumatology prior to Nicaea; The fourth century; Augustine and the filioque controversy; Conclusion; 4 Spirit and life; The Spirit and science; The need for a pneumatological cosmology
5 In the SpiritA pneumatologically constituted canonical heritage; Dimensions of holiness; The authority of Scripture; An expansive pneumatology of Scripture; 6 Receiving the Spirit; Alternatives; Orienting proposals; Conclusion; 7 Guided by the Spirit; Discernment and method; A methodological test case; Discernment?; Bibliography; INDEX
Summary: This guide aims to elaborate and constructively engage some of the ongoing dogmatic challenges within the field of Christian pneumatology. Rather than a strict survey, the book largely represents a collection of working proposals on a number of relevant themes, including cosmology, mediation, the nature and role of Spirit-baptism, and discernment. For those who have found pneumatology frustrating and confusing, the book can serve as an aid to clarify some of the most crucial matters at stake in the doctrine of the Holy Spirit and in turn provide some ways forward amidst the morass of possibi
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Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Dedication; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; PREFACE; 1 Facing the wind; Challenges of pneumatology; Recalibrating expectations; A field of exceptional promise; Looking ahead; 2 The shape of Spirit-talk; Old Testament; Second Temple Judaism; The New Testament; The particular and underdetermined nature of biblical Spirit-talk; 3 The testimony of the Spirit; Pneumatology prior to Nicaea; The fourth century; Augustine and the filioque controversy; Conclusion; 4 Spirit and life; The Spirit and science; The need for a pneumatological cosmology

5 In the SpiritA pneumatologically constituted canonical heritage; Dimensions of holiness; The authority of Scripture; An expansive pneumatology of Scripture; 6 Receiving the Spirit; Alternatives; Orienting proposals; Conclusion; 7 Guided by the Spirit; Discernment and method; A methodological test case; Discernment?; Bibliography; INDEX

This guide aims to elaborate and constructively engage some of the ongoing dogmatic challenges within the field of Christian pneumatology. Rather than a strict survey, the book largely represents a collection of working proposals on a number of relevant themes, including cosmology, mediation, the nature and role of Spirit-baptism, and discernment. For those who have found pneumatology frustrating and confusing, the book can serve as an aid to clarify some of the most crucial matters at stake in the doctrine of the Holy Spirit and in turn provide some ways forward amidst the morass of possibi

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Daniel Castelo is Associate Professor of Theology at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, WA, USA. He is the author of The Apathetic God (winner of the Templeton Award for Theological Promise, 2011) and Theological Theodicy (2012).

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