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(1) William E. Hordern, A Layman’s Guide to Protestant Theology (New York: Macmillan Co., 1973) (2) John Lawson, Introduction to Christian Doctrine (Grand Rapids: Zondervan). (3) C. S. Lewis, Miracles (New York: Macmillan Co.) (4) Thomas Oden, The Living God (New York: Harper, 1987) (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. (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. (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. (8) L. Wood, “From Barth’s Trinitarian Christology to Moltmann’s Trinitarian Pneumatology,” The Asbury Theological Journal (Spring 1993). (9) L. Wood, “Easter and Pentecost--a Theology of History.” (10) L. Wood, “The Spirit of Miracles and Gifts,” Truly Ourselves, Truly the Spirit’s (Grand Rapids: (Zondervan, 1989) (11) L. Wood, "History and Hermeneutics"

Publication Date

January 2001

Publisher

Asbury Theological Seminary

Keywords

Doctrine, Fall, Florida, Spring, DO501

Language

English

DO 501 Basic Christian Theology

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