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Routledge Studies in Analytic and Systematic Theology


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Routledge Studies in Analytic and Systematic Theology publishes state-of-the-art monographs and edited volumes of philosophical and systematic theology. The series specifically focuses on manuscripts that exemplify or assess the approach of analytic theology, in part or whole, or otherwise demonstrate clearly articulated and rigorous theological arguments. Its aim is to advance thinking on a range of significant theological issues for students and practitioners of philosophy and theology and/or to recapture and reformulate traditional doctrines for the contemporary world.

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Theological Perspectives on Free Will Compatibility, Christology, and Community

Theological Perspectives on Free Will: Compatibility, Christology, and Community

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Aku Visala, Olli-Pekka Vainio
November 18, 2022

Free will is a perennial theological and philosophical topic. As a central dogmatic locus, it is implicated in discussions around core Christian doctrines such as grace, salvation, sin, providence, evil and predestination. This book offers a state-of-the-art look at recent debates about free will ...

Forgiveness and Atonement Christ’s Restorative Sacrifice

Forgiveness and Atonement: Christ’s Restorative Sacrifice

1st Edition

By Jonathan Curtis Rutledge
April 01, 2022

This book analyzes the relationship between forgiveness, atonement, and reconciliation from a Christian theological perspective. Drawing on both theological and philosophical literature, it addresses the problem of whether atonement is required for forgiveness and considers important related ...

Impeccability and Temptation Understanding Christ’s Divine and Human Will

Impeccability and Temptation: Understanding Christ’s Divine and Human Will

1st Edition

Edited By Johannes Grössl, Klaus von Stosch
April 13, 2021

In Christian theology, the teaching that Christ possessed both a human and divine will is central to the doctrine of two natures, but it also represents a logical paradox, raising questions about how a person can be both impeccable and subject to temptation. This volume explores these questions ...

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