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Christology and the Theology of Sin
A summary of Bloesch and McGrath's works on Christology, and Bernard Ramm's book "Offense to Reason: A Theology of Sin".
# 121249 | 2,000 words | 29 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Religion and Theology (Christianity)


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This paper consists of two essays, one summarizing works by Bloesch and McGrath on Christology, and one summarizing Bernard Ramm's book "Offense to Reason: A Theology of Sin".

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"The controversial issue of the two natures of Christ developed historically through the views of numerous philosophers and theologians, each of whom brought a unique perspective to the question, Is Jesus Christ human or is He divine. As a study of the issue demonstrates, this is not only a profound question, but a complex one that touches on the very meaning of Christianity and Christ's place in Christian theology. In its profundity, the question raises..."

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