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The Redemption: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Christ as Redeemer

  • Author: Daniel Kendall, Gerald O’collins, Stephen T. Davis
  • Publisher:  Oxford University Press, USA
  • Published: December, 2004
  • Pages: 352
  • Language: English
  • Format:  PDF
  • Price: $32.32

Twenty-four scholars from different universities, churches, and continents gathered in New York at Easter 2003 for the ‘Redemption Summit’. There is a fruitful dialogue between experts in a wide range of areas and the international reputation of participants reflects and guarantees the high quality of this joint work. The result is a well researched, skillfully argued, and, at times, provocative volume on the central Christian belief: the redemption of human beings through Jesus Christ.

Editorial Reviews

`While the depth of scholarshipin this collection undoubtedly commends it principally to those with a formal theological background, the chief merit of the book is that there is also much that will appeal tothe informed general reader.’ New Directions

`I would recommend this book highly to all involved professionally in the study of redemption…’ The Furrow

About the Author

Stephen T. Davis is Professor of the Philosophy of Religion, Claremont McKenna College, California.

Daniel Kendall SJ is Professor of Theology, University of San Francisco. Gerald O’Collins SJ is Professor of Systematic and Fundamental Theology, Gregorian University, Rome.

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