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Dogmen- und Theologiegeschichte
Dempsey, Michael T. [Ed.]
Trinity and Election in Contemporary Theology.
Grand Rapids/Cambridge: Eerdmans 2011. X, 301 S. 22,8 x 15,2 cm. Kart. US$ 38,00. ISBN 978-0-8028-6494-9.
Bruce McCormack’s Barth-interpretation (1995 and later on) ge-nerated a debate among English speaking theologians on the relation between trinity and election in Barth’s theology, and, more generally, in systematic theology. McCormack, professor of systematic theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, not only argued that Barth in his CD II/2 makes an important shift, understanding election as an eternal act of God, determining his Trinitarian being. He moreover suggested that God’s Trinitarian being is the result of his eternal self-determining decision of election. Consequently, in our constructive activity as theologians, we should revise the order of Barth’s Church Dogmatics, dealing with the doctrine of the trinity secondarily after the doctrine of God’s ...
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