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(1) William E. Hordern, A Layman’s Guide to Protestant Theology (New York: Macmillan Co., 1973) (selected chapters, on reserve shelf). (2) John Lawson, Introduction to Christian Doctrine (Grand Rapids: Zondervan). (3) C. S. Lewis, Miracles (New York: Macmillan Co.) (selected readings, on reserve shelf) (4) Thomas Oden, The Living God (New York: Harper, 1987) (selected readings, on reserve shelf) (5) Pannenberg, “The Revelation of God in Jesus of Nazareth,” Theology as History, ed. James M. Robinson and John B. Cobb, Jr. (New York: Harper, 1967), pp. 101-133. (reserve shelf). (6) L. Wood, “Defining the Modern Concept of Self-Revelation: Toward a Synthesis of Barth and Pannenberg,” The Asbury Theological Journal, Volume 24, No. 2 (Fall, 1986): 85-105. (reserve shelf). (7) L. Wood, “Above, Within, or Ahead of? Pannenberg’s Eschatologicalism as a Replacement for Supernaturalism,” The Asbury Theological Journal, 4, No. 2 (Fall 1991): 43-72. (reserve shelf). (8) L. Wood, “From Barth’s Trinitarian Christology to Moltmann’s Trinitarian Pneumatology,” The Asbury Theological Journal (Spring 1993). (reserve shelf). (9) L. Wood, “Easter and Pentecost--a Theology of History.” (reserve shelf). (10) L. Wood, “The Spirit of Miracles and Gifts,” Truly Ourselves, Truly the Spirit’s (Grand Rapids: (Zondervan, 1989) (reserve shelf). (11) L. Wood, "History and Hermeneutics" (xerox copy on reserve shelf)

Publication Date

January 2002

Publisher

Asbury Theological Seminary

Keywords

Florida, Doctrine, Spring, DO501

Language

English

DO 501 Basic Christian Theology

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