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Radicalising the Communicatio: Jenson’s theology in confessional Lutheran perspective

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Abstract: I argue that the originality of Jenson’s theology can be traced largely to a willingness to embrace the genus tapeinoticum of the communicatio idiomatum, a move resisted by confessional Lutheran theologians in the scholastic period, but which can be seen to stand in significant continuity to the broad programme of Lutheran christology. Therefore I suggest that Jenson can be understood as offering a - magisterial - expression of one particular trajectory that begins in Luther.
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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConstrictive Responses to Robert Jenson
PublisherAugsburg Fortress Publishers
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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