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Christopher Morse
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Moltmann is known as "one of the leading proponents of the theology of hope. Christopher Morse, The Logic of Promise in Moltmann's Theology. He believes that God's promise to act in the future is more important than the fact that he has acted in the past. ^. The most influential work by Moltmann is his Theology of Hope, published in English in 1967. Fortress, - A critical analysis of Moltmann's systematic theology and its key notion - promise.

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The logic of promise in Moltmann's theology. Christopher J. Morse. La crise monétaire de 1971 : les enseignements que l'on peut en tirer.

These essays reflect on the future of Christian theology in light of the contributions Jürgen Moltmann has made in his prolific career as one of the world’s foremost theologians. They are not a prediction of what is coming in the future of theology, since God’s own actions, and human history, for that matter, are not predictable. Expressed here is hope for what future theology should take seriously from Moltmann’s work. Moltmann broke the mold of 19th and 20th century theology by focusing consistently on God’s promises of a new heaven and a new earth.

Morse published a number of books including The Difference Heaven Makes: Rehearing the Gospel as News, The Logic of Promise in Moltmann’s Theology and Not Every Spirit: A Dogmatics of Christian Disbelief

Morse published a number of books including The Difference Heaven Makes: Rehearing the Gospel as News, The Logic of Promise in Moltmann’s Theology and Not Every Spirit: A Dogmatics of Christian Disbelief. His major published work, one that has been used in many schools and seminaries, is a text on Christian doctrine titled Not Every Spirit: A Dogmatics of Christian Disbelief. In addition to his academic affiliations, Morse is a member of The New. Paul Paulson 11/01/2016. UTS1: Christopher Morse Papers, 1960-2012.

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Concerned by the ever-widening chasm between Paul and Reformation theology, Forensic Apocalyptic Theology is a thorough and innovative examination of the mature work of Karl Barth in relationship to the question of Paul and the Protestant doctrine of justification. The Logic of Promise in Moltmann's Theology. By Morse Christopher. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1979.

Professor Morse's meticulous scholarship in this book convinces .

Professor Morse's meticulous scholarship in this book convinces Christians to examine not only what they believe but also to give attention to what they are called to disbelieve. Delores S. Williams, Union Seminary, NY Christopher Morse holds the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Chair in Theology and Ethics at Union Seminary, New York, and is the author of The Logic of Promise in Moltmann's Theology.

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