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Author Edwards, Denis, 1943-
Title Deep incarnation : God's redemptive suffering with creatures / Denis Edwards.
Imprint Maryknoll, NY : Orbis Books, [2019]

Author Edwards, Denis, 1943-
Series Duffy lectures in global Christianity
Subject Incarnation -- History of doctrines.
Creation.
Salvation -- Christianity.
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "Based on the Duffy Lectures, a yearly lecture series at Boston College, this short book explores the theme of 'Deep Incarnation' as a way of making connections between incarnation and the whole of creation, including the costs built into our evolutionary world. The key question of 'Deep Incarnation, ' for Edwards, is: 'What relationship is there between the wider natural world, the world of galaxies and stars, mountains and seas, bacteria, plants and animals, and the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ?'"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents Deep incarnation in recent theology -- Irenaeus and the earthly incarnation of the Word -- Athanasius on the depths of the incarnation -- Karl Rahner on incarnation in an evolutionary world -- The cross: sacrament of God's redemptive suffering with creatures.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 30, 2020).
ISBN 9781608337941 electronic book
1608337944 electronic book
9781626983304 paperback
OCLC # 1089279428
Additional Format Print version: Edwards, Denis, 1943- Deep incarnation. Maryknoll, NY : Orbis Logo, [2019] 9781626983304 (DLC) 2019003405


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