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A community called atonement (edição 2007)

por Scot McKnight

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Over the centuries the church developed a number of metaphors, such as penal substitution or the ransom theory, to speak about Christ's death on the cross and the theological concept of the atonement. Yet too often, says Scot McKnight, Christians have held to the supremacy of one metaphor over against the others, to their detriment. He argues instead that to plumb the rich theological depths of the atonement, we must consider all the metaphors of atonement and ask whether they each serve a larger purpose. A Community Called Atonement is a constructive theology that not only values the church's atonement metaphors but also asserts that the atonement fundamentally shapes the life of the Christian and of the church. That is, Christ identifies with humans to call us into a community that reflects God's love (the church)--but that community then has the responsibility to offer God's love to others through missional practices of justice and fellowship, living out its life together as the story of God's reconciliation. Scot McKnight thus offers an accessible, thought-provoking theology of atonement that engages the concerns of those in the emerging church conversation and will be of interest to all those in the church and academy who are listening in.… (mais)
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Título:A community called atonement
Autores:Scot McKnight
Informação:Nashville, TN : Abingdon Press, c2007.
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Pairing insightful biblical exegesis and a nuanced understanding of theology, McKnight pulls back the veil on atonement theology, allowing the reader to see passed individual theories and begin to construct a paradigm (or “embracive categories”) for utilizing each of the major atonement metaphors in scripture and atonement theories in theology – “identification for incorporation”. McKnight walks the reader through the scriptural foundations of atonement: the metaphors, moments, stories, and practices that inform the biblical portrayal of atonement. McKnight does not theologize for theologies sake, however, but ends with a stirring treatment of atonement as ecclesial (i.e. gives birth to a community, or new society; Jesus’ "Kingdom of Heaven”) and as praxis (i.e. its influence on fellowship, justice, mission, word, and sacrament). A compelling read. A. ( )
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Despite these reservations, A Community Called Atonement is an accessible and stimulating study worthy of reflection.
adicionada por Christa_Josh | editarJournal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Dane Ortlund (Mar 1, 2008)
 

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Over the centuries the church developed a number of metaphors, such as penal substitution or the ransom theory, to speak about Christ's death on the cross and the theological concept of the atonement. Yet too often, says Scot McKnight, Christians have held to the supremacy of one metaphor over against the others, to their detriment. He argues instead that to plumb the rich theological depths of the atonement, we must consider all the metaphors of atonement and ask whether they each serve a larger purpose. A Community Called Atonement is a constructive theology that not only values the church's atonement metaphors but also asserts that the atonement fundamentally shapes the life of the Christian and of the church. That is, Christ identifies with humans to call us into a community that reflects God's love (the church)--but that community then has the responsibility to offer God's love to others through missional practices of justice and fellowship, living out its life together as the story of God's reconciliation. Scot McKnight thus offers an accessible, thought-provoking theology of atonement that engages the concerns of those in the emerging church conversation and will be of interest to all those in the church and academy who are listening in.

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