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Systematische Theologie: Dogmatik
Cortez, Marc, and Michael P. Jensen [Eds.]
T & T Clark Reader in Theological Anthropology.
London u. a.: Bloomsbury T & T Clark 2017. VII, 424 S. Kart. US$ 45,95. ISBN 978-0-567-65557-8.
At the start of their introduction, the editors identify theological anthropology as »one of the most pressing areas of inquiry in the-ology today« (1), a fact that they attribute principally to the high profile of current debates around gender and sexuality and to the impact of reductive materialist theories on traditional theological accounts of human being that assumed the existence of an immaterial soul.
Having indicated the importance of their theme, they immediately draw attention to some of the difficulties in identifying sources for inclusion in their reader. As they rightly note, although issues of the human are often implicit in Patristic sources, they are rarely thematized (the free-will debate being an exception). This situation changes somewhat in the Middle Ages, ...
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