Fully Human in Christ

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Todd H. Speidell, Fully Human in Christ: The Incarnation as the End of Christian Ethics (Eugene, Oregon:  Wipf & Stock, 2016)

Bibliography

Speidell, Todd H. Fully Human in Christ: The Incarnation as the End of Christian Ethics. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock, 2016

Main Title

Fully Human in Christ: The Incarnation as the End of Christian Ethics

Abstract

Thomas F. Torrance's theology included a thoroughgoing, albeit implicit, ethic of reconciliation. It focused on the personalizing and humanizing mediation of Christ in all realms of life--including not only a supposed private dimension of human life but also the social, historical, and political structures of human society and even of the cosmos itself. This book builds upon that vision of a Christian ethic radically rooted in God's grace, which encompasses, sustains, and transforms the entire human and created order. A trinitarian-incarnational social ethic does not begin with our human causes, projects, and agendas, however noble they might be, but with witness to the reconciling person and work of Jesus Christ for us.

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