T & T Clark Reader in John Webster
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This Reader charts John Webster’s theology from its earliest development, guiding the reader through selective essays that represent his corpus. It is an excellent introduction to the breadth of his writings, which teaches students how to engage with his particular mode of theological argument.
T&T Clark Reader in John Webster starts with a biographical, chronological and topical survey of Webster’s theological development. It notes his shifting conversation partners and his abiding theological principles. The editor places the essays in context with short introductions, as well as editorial footnotes clarifying key terms, historical or exegetical arguments or polemical emphases. This is an essential introduction to Webster’s work and his impact on classical and contemporary theology.
Table of Contents
Reading John Webster: An Introduction
3.The Immensity and Ubiquity of God
4.Christology. Theology. Economy. The Place of Christology in Systematic Theology
5.Non ex Aequo: God’s Relation to Creatures
6.’It Was the Will of the Lord to Bruise Him’: Soteriology and the Doctrine of God
7.Eschatology and Anthropology
8.Christ, Church, and Reconciliation
Allen, Michael, (Editor)
T&T Clark (2020), 240 pages