[Common Places] New Studies in Dogmatics: Kickoff Reception at ETS Today (11/19/15)
Are you at ETS? This very morning, meet some of the team behind the New Studies in Dogmatics series at our coffee reception:
WHEN: November 19 (2015), 10:00 - 11:00 am
WHERE: Zondervan Academic's booth (#14)
Join us to celebrate the launch of the new NSD series. The first volume, now available for you, is Christopher R. J. Holmes’s The Holy Spirit.
Can't make it to the reception? We'll miss you. But here are some articles from our Common Places blog series that you will likely enjoy:
The Holy Spirit: An Interview with Christopher R. J. Holmes by Michael Allen and Scott Swain
Why I Wrote "The Holy Spirit" by Christopher R. J. Holmes
God's Freedom - An Excerpt from "The Holy Spirit" by Christopher R. J. Holmes
Dogmatic theology involves patiently unfolding God and all things made new in relation to God. To do this faithfully means that we do not part company with Scripture...
–Christopher R. J. Holmes
(Image: Karl Barth. Transpositions.)
Common Places is a regular column on the Zondervan Academic blog with a focus on systematic theology. The loci communes or “common places” of Christian theology, drawn out of the Scriptures and organized in a manner suitable to their exposition in the church and the academy, have functioned historically as common points of reference for theological discussion and debate. This column will focus upon the classical loci of systematic theology, not as occasions for revision, but as opportunities for entering into the ongoing conversation that is Christian systematic theology. We invite you to join and dialog with us on the first and third Thursdays of every month. For more about Common Places, read the column introduction.
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