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Reading Scripture to hear God : Kevin Vanhoozer and Henri De Lubac on God's use of Scripture in the Economy of Redemption

Author: Kevin Storer
Publisher: Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Recent theological discussions between Catholics and Evangelicals have generated a renewed appreciation for God's ongoing use of Scripture for self-mediation to the Church. Noting the significant influence of Henri de Lubac (one of the drafters of Dei Verbum and proponent of a renewal of the Patristic and Medieval emphasis on a spiritual sense of Scripture), and Kevin Vanhoozer (the leading Evangelical proponent of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Storer
ISBN: 9781625645432 1625645430
OCLC Number: 893452326
Description: xxiv, 161 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 God's Use of Scripture for Self-Communication: Divine Speaking in the Literal and Spiritual Sense --
Introduction: Vanhoozer and de Lubac and the Literal and Spiritual Senses --
Kevin Vanhoozer: God's Authorship of Scripture and the Sufficiency of the Literal Sense --
Henri de Lubac: Christ's Presence in Scripture and the Necessity of the Spiritual Sense --
Conclusion: Persistent Challenges and Dialogue --
ch. 2 Vanhoozer's Covenantal Ontology and de Lubac's Sacramental Ontology: Different Models of Christ's Self-Mediation in the Economy of Redemption --
Introduction --
Vanhoozer's Communicative/Covenantal Ontology and God's Use of Scripture --
De Lubac's Sacramental Ontology and God's Use of Scripture --
Convergence: Trans-Figural Reading and the Spiritual Sense of Scripture --
ch. 3 God's Use of Scripture and Church in the Economy of Redemption --
Introduction: Vanhoozer's Covenant Ecclesiology and de Lubac's Sacramental Ecclesiology --
Vanhoozer's Covenant Ecclesiology --
De Lubac's Sacramental Ecclesiology --
Convergence: Development of Doctrine as Extending Canonical Meaning Potential or Reading as the Totus Christus?.
Responsibility: Kevin Storer.

Abstract:

Recent theological discussions between Catholics and Evangelicals have generated a renewed appreciation for God's ongoing use of Scripture for self-mediation to the Church. Noting the significant influence of Henri de Lubac (one of the drafters of Dei Verbum and proponent of a renewal of the Patristic and Medieval emphasis on a spiritual sense of Scripture), and Kevin Vanhoozer (the leading Evangelical proponent of a theological interpretation of Scripture), Kevin Storer seeks to draw Evangelical and Catholic theologians into dialogue about God's ongoing use of Scripture in the economy of redemption. Storer suggests that a number of traditional tensions between Catholics and Evangelicals, such as the literal or spiritual sense of Scripture, a sacramental or a covenantal model of God's self-mediation, and an emphasis on the authority of Scripture or the authority of the Church, can be eased by shifting greater focus upon God's ongoing use of creaturely realities for the building of the Church in union with Christ. This project seeks to enable Evangelicals to appropriate the insights of de Lubac's Catholic Ressourcement project, while also encouraging Catholic theologians to appreciate Vanhoozer's Evangelical emphasis on God's use of the literal sense of Scripture to build the Church.

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