This collection of studies by friends, colleagues, students, and associates of Thorwald Lorenzen centers on his pivotal research interests'the theological and ethical implications of a relational understanding of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In two major works on the resurrection, Lorenzen demonstrated the radical ramifications for Christian discipleship of affirming a relational perspective on the resurrection, especially with regard to social justice, human rights, ecumenical dialogue, and holistic spirituality. The purpose of this book is to honor the theological work of Thorwald Lorenzen by examining anew and pressing ahead with certain aspects of his own research interests, whether in historical and systematic theology, biblical exegesis and hermeneutics, or social ethics and spirituality.
|Title of host publication||Resurrection and responsibility|
|Subtitle of host publication||essays on theology, scripture and ethics in honor of Thorwald Lorenzen|
|Editors||Keith D Dyer, David J Neville|
|Place of Publication||Eugene, Oregon|
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
Garrett, G. (2009). Friendship, faith and theology. In K. D. Dyer, & D. J. Neville (Eds.), Resurrection and responsibility: essays on theology, scripture and ethics in honor of Thorwald Lorenzen (1 ed., pp. 17-34). Pickwick Publications.