To see history doxologically history and holiness in John Howard Yoder"s ecclesiology by J. Alexander Sider

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Published by W.B. Eerdmans in Grand Rapids, Mich .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Holiness,
  • Christianity,
  • Church,
  • History

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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StatementJ. Alexander Sider
SeriesRadical traditions, Radical traditions
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LC ClassificationsBV600.3 .S54 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 223 p. ;
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24893193M
ISBN 100802865739
ISBN 109780802865731
LC Control Number2010043280
OCLC/WorldCa671491752

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Octavo. To See History Doxologically: History and Holiness in John Howard Yoder’s Ecclesiology compares Yoder’s conceptions of history and holiness with those of various theological figures. In doing so, it suggests how the church can “‘see history doxologically’” -- a saying of Yoder’s (3).

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£ ISBN (pbk). Like all the marks of the Church, holiness is difficult. There can be no evasion of this difficulty and no anaesthetic for the wounded and wounding peccability of the Church.

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I then turn to John Howard Yoder's SCE presidential address to show how his call to see history doxologically enables the Christian to acknowledge the "difficulty of reality" without succumbing to despair. To acknowledge humanity's limitations without falling into despair or hopeless skepticism is only possible because the community.

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See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published J ; pp. – Abstract. For Christians that cosmic commitment is expressed in praise of God, making it possible to see history doxologically.” 17 The conversation in the chapter gets interesting as Hauerwas turns toward Alexander Sider’s and Gillan Rose’s use of the sentence: “Keep your mind in hell and despair not.” 18 This sentence signals to Hauerwas how.

His dissertation, titled “To See History Doxologically: History and Holiness in John Howard Yoder’s Ecclesiology,” was published by Eerdmans in Sider is also the author of numerous journal articles on ethics and the history of Christian theology, and on theology and disabilities studies.

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I then turn to John Howard Yoder's SCE presidential address to show how his call to see history doxologically enables the Christian to acknowledge the "difficulty.

How can the weakness of the church strengthen our faith and witness. My colleague Alex Sider, who teaches theology at Bluffton (Ohio) University, has written a book entitled To See History Doxologically about how to receive the often disappointing and faithless history of the church as an occasion for praise and thanksgiving rather than as a project of control or meaning management.

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