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Absolute Person and Moral Experience

A Study in Neo-Calvinism
  • By Brian Brock, Nathan D. Shannon, Susan F. Parsons
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Presenting a neo-Calvinist account of human moral experience, this book is an advance upon the tradition of Augustinian moral theology.

The first two chapters are theological interpretations of Genesis 2:17 and 3:6 respectively. Chapter 3 approaches the neo-Calvinist notion of God as absolute person through a consideration of theologies of human reason and history. Chapter 4 considers the relationship between absolute person and classical trinitarianism, and the significance of absolute person for accommodation, hermeneutics, and the Creator/creature relation and distinction. The fifth chapter considers the role of the incarnation in Bavinck's thought, and thus provides a backdrop for reflection upon absolute person from a biblical theological point of view.

Shannon concludes with the claim that, according to the Bavincks, Vos, and Van Til, human moral experience is the product of a divine self-expression primarily in the Son.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9780567707390
    • Manufacturer: T & T Clark Us
    • Author: Brian Brock
    • Author: Nathan D. Shannon
    • ISBN 13: 9780567707390
    • Publication Date: 02/22/2024
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Susan F. Parsons

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