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<table style=border-collapse: collapse; width: 1535pt; width=2047 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 border=0><colgroup><col style=width: 1535pt; width=2047></colgroup><tbody><tr style=height: 15pt; height=20><td style=padding-top: 1px; padding-right: 1px; padding-left: 1px; font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; vertical-align: bottom; border: none; white-space: nowrap; height: 15pt; width: 1535pt; width=2047 height=20>Theology through the Lens of Incarnation, God Will be All in All, God Will Be All In All Theology through the Lens of Incarnation, Anna Case Winters, Anna Case-Winters, Incarnation, Incarnation Theology, Divine Incarnation, Incarnation of God, Case Winters Incarnation; F2021<br></td></tr></tbody></table><br>
God Will Be All in All

Theology through the Lens of Incarnation

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Publisher:
Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date:
10/26/2021
ISBN:
9780664267025
Pages:
232
Trim Size
6 x 9
Product Type:
Paper

The early Christians saw in Jesus the focus and fulfillment of the conviction that God is with us. Over time, they learned to speak of that presence in terms of divine incarnation. That one theological affirmation raises questions for practically all other Christian beliefs. If God is incarnate in Jesus of Nazareth, how does that change our understanding of God’s presence in all things? What does it mean to be human if the life of God has been so intimately joined to human life? How can we say “God is with us” when there is so much suffering and evil in the world? What do we mean by “us”? Just us Christians or all of us? Just human beings or also the whole creation? If we find life in the wider cosmos, is God with them too? Looking through the lens of the incarnation, how wide is the divine embrace?

In this volume, Anna Case-Winters demonstrates that the doctrine of the incarnation of God in Christ is not simply one belief among others; it is the cornerstone on which all other Christian convictions are built. Throughout, she carefully lays out the consequences for Christian belief and Christian life of the ancient confession that in Christ, “the whole fullness of deity dwells bodily.”

Anna Case-Winters is Professor of Theology at McCormick Seminary. She has served the wider church in many capacities, particularly in ecumenical relations. As Chair for Christian Unity in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), she exercised leadership in dialogues with Lutheran, Anglican, and Roman Catholic communions. Case-Winters has also served the global church through the work of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) in many capacities through the years and is currently Moderator for Mission and Ecumenism. She is the author of God's Power: Traditional Understandings and Contemporary Challenges, Reconstructing a Christian Theology of Nature: Down to Earth, and A Theological Commentary on Matthew.
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Anna Case-Winters elucidates God’s incarnation in mind-blowing and life-enhancing ways. Starting with divine incarnation in Jesus, moving to God in the Jesus-followers, on to divine incarnation in humans outside Christian faith, and finally to all creation, Case-Winters makes a compelling – and I think convincing – case for how best to understand God with us. The implications of her views are deep and wide, theoretical and ethical. I strongly recommend this book!

 Thomas Jay Oord, author of Open and Relational Theology, The Uncontrolling Love of God, and God Can’t

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