Making sense of Jesus
Experiences, interpretations and identities
Making sense of Jesus is comprised of twelve chapters of a Christological nature, which are the result of a multidisciplinary theological research project. The aim of this book is to ascertain how, in the current cultural situation, an encounter with Jesus is determined by specific historical and personal conditions, and what the consequences of such an encounter may be.
KeywordsAesthetic; Africa; African; Aquinas; Ars moriendi; Barth; Balthasar; Black Theology; Caesar; Calvin; Christology; Crucified; crucifixion; Deification; Devil; Digital; Disability; Divinity; Dürer; Emmanuel; Emperor; Empire; Erasmus; Eschatology; -ical; Ethics; Flesh; Gay; God; Hetero-sexual; -ity; Homo-sexual; Historical Jesus; Humanity; Identity; In Christ; Incarnation; Inter-religion; -ious; Jerome; Jerusalem; Jüngel; Justice; Kenosis; King; Kingdom; Lamb; Lewis; Love; Luther; Maluleke; Masculinity; Mercy; Moltmann; Moral; morality; Moses; Neigbour; Novello; Pacifist; pacifism; Paradox; Paul; Perichoresis; Philo; Pluralism; plurality; Pneumatological; Post-colonial; post-colonialism; Postmodern; postmodernity; Pragmatics; Pre-existence; Queer; Rahner; Rambo; Reciprocity; Resurrection; Revelation; Rome; Satan; Servant; Solidarity; Son of God; Spirit; Spirituality; Symbolic; symbolism; Theodore of Mopsuestia; Tradition; traditions; Trinity; Trinitarian; Truth; Twitter; Welker
ISBN9781928424079, 9781928424062, 9781928424079
Publication date and placeBloemfontein, 2017
SeriesTheological Explorations, Volume 2
Calvinist, Reformed & Presbyterian Churches