Current Readings in Christology & Philosophy

glarserzHere are some of the works on Christology and other subjects  that I’ve been reading lately.

Books

1. Oliver D. Crisp. God Incarnate: Explorations in Christology.

2. Gordon H. Clark. The Incarnation, .

3.Thomas Cathcart & Daniel Klein. Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar: Understanding Philosophy Through Jokes.

4. Athanaius of Alexandria. Four Discourses Against the Arians.

Scholarly Articles

1. Nigel M. de S. Cameron. “Incarnation and Inscripturation: The Christological Analogy in the Light of Recent Discussions,” in The Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 3.2 (1985), 35-46.

2. Kenneth Kantzer. “The Christology of Karl Barth,” in Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 1.2 (Spring, 1958), 25-28.

3. Donald MacLeod. “The Doctrine of the Incarnation in Scottish Theology: Edward Irving,” in The Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 9.1 (Spring 1991), 40-50.

4. P.J. Baldwin. “The Human Nature of Christ,” in The Evangelical Quarterly 36.2 (April-June 1964), 68-77.

Till next time.

Soli Deo Gloria.

-h.

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3 thoughts on “Current Readings in Christology & Philosophy

    • Hiram says:

      It’s pretty good, although somewhat slow paced for my likes. Crisp is a very precise thinker and I appreciate that. His basis of authorities (I.e. Scripture is the foundation, then ecumenical creeds and councils, then theological opinion from the most widely accepted theological authorities throughout church history) is interesting and useful, if only for the purpose of rebutting non-foundationalist epistemologies underlying attacks on the faith.

      So far, so good :)

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