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Theism, atheism, and the doctrine of the Trinity : the trinitarian theologies of Karl Barth and Jürgen Moltmann in response to protest atheism

Author: W Waite Willis
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Scholars Press, ©1987.
Dissertation: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Emory University, 1983.
Series: American Academy of Religion academy series, no. 53.
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W. Waite Willis, Jr. demonstrates the apologetic usefulness of the Christian doctrine of the Trinity for responding to the challenges of modern atheism as represented by Feuerbach, Camus, Marx, Adorno, and Horkheimer. Utilizing materials from Karl Barth and Jurgen Moltmann, Willis demonstrates how Trinitarian theology is iconoclastic towards either theism or atheism. A Trinitarian conception of God, Willis argues,  Read more...
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Named Person: Karl Barth; Jürgen Moltmann; Karl Barth; Jürgen Moltmann; Jürgen Moltmann; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Jürgen Moltmann
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W Waite Willis
ISBN: 1555400213 9781555400217 1555400205 9781555400200
OCLC Number: 13395956
Description: ix, 239 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The structure of traditional theism --
The doctrine of the Trinity and the epistemological question --
Trinitarian theology and atheism for humanity's sake --
Protest atheism, theodicy and the Trinity --
The Trinity and praxis : the epistemological question reconsidered --
The eschatological Trinity : protest and liberation --
Conclusion : apologetics and Trinitarian theology : theism and beyond.
Series Title: American Academy of Religion academy series, no. 53.
Responsibility: by W. Waite Willis, Jr.
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W. Waite Willis, Jr. demonstrates the apologetic usefulness of the Christian doctrine of the Trinity for responding to the challenges of modern atheism as represented by Feuerbach, Camus, Marx, Adorno, and Horkheimer. Utilizing materials from Karl Barth and Jurgen Moltmann, Willis demonstrates how Trinitarian theology is iconoclastic towards either theism or atheism. A Trinitarian conception of God, Willis argues, signifies both God's openness and God's relevance to the world.

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