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Poulsom, Martin G.
Dialectics of creation : creation and the creator in Edward Schillebeeckx and David Burrell.
London, England ; New York, New York : Bloomsbury T & T Clark, ©2014
xii, 228 pages
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Martin G Poulsom
|Description:||1 online resource (241 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Cover; HalfTitle; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations used; Preface; Introduction; The importance of creation; Creation and philosophical theology; A project for today; Rules for discourse about creation; 1 The Structure of Discourse; A task for contemporary philosophical theology; Opposing oppositions; Tending towards difference and sameness; Beyond difference and sameness; Between difference and sameness; Forming a community of argument; 2 Investigating Complementarity I: Common Ground; Non-contrastive accounts; Specifying misunderstandings of creation. The language of creation3 Investigating Complementarity II: Complementary Emphases and Dialectic; Balancing 'the distinction' and 'the relation'; Other functionally complementary themes; The dialectics of 'the distinction' and 'the relation'; 4 Relational Dialectic in Schillebeeckx's Philosophical Theology; Schillebeeckx's method of correlation; Praxis; Humanism; Schillebeeckx's Sequela; 5 Schillebeeckian Relational Dialectic I: Aquinas on Analogy; Aquinas and analogy; Aquinas's accounts of analogy; A proposed reading of Aquinas on analogy; Defending the reading. 6 Schillebeeckian Relational Dialectic II: Prospects for Philosophical TheologyParticipation and creation in Aquinas; The possibilities of participation; Seamlessness in theological themes; Divine and human action; The relational dialectic of freedom and commitment; Bibliography; Index.|
|Series Title:||T & T Clark theology.|
|Responsibility:||Martin G. Poulsom.|
Martin Poulsom argues in this insightful book how Edward Schillebeeckx in his theology of creation supports the classical theological insight that the world is not-God and totally other-than-God.