I call upon You, Lord, God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob and Israel, You who are the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the God who, through the abundance of your mercy, was well-pleased towards us so that we may know You, who made heaven and earth, who rules over all, You who are the one and the true God, above whom there is no other God; You who, by our Lord Jesus Christ gave us the gift of the Holy Spirit, give to every one who reads this writing to know You, that You alone are God, to be strengthened in You, and to avoid every heretical and godless and impious teaching.

St Irenaeus of Lyons, Against the Heresies 3:6:4

Saturday, January 16, 2010

"Theodramatic" Theology?

Here is a very insightful summary by Guy Davies of Kevin Vanhoozer’s The Drama of Doctrine. He focuses especially on the implications a “theodramatic” view of Scripture, redemption and theology has on preaching (among other crucial aspects). Interesting and fresh!

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