Christ and Culture by Graham Ward

By Graham Ward

This paintings by way of Graham Ward, the most visionary theologians of his new release, comprises 9 interrelated experiences of representations of Christ. Drawn from resources as diversified because the New testomony and twentieth-century continental philosophy, Ward develops his personal unique incarnational theology. From his exploration of latest different types resembling the physique, gender, wish, politics and the chic, a Christology emerges that's either rooted in Scriptural exegesis and anxious with today’s cultural concerns; and a imaginative and prescient looks of the probabilities for dwelling oriented in the direction of the nice, the real, the gorgeous and the simply.

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Furthermore, I wish to show how this ‘imitation’ is one of the most comprehensive understandings of the Gospel. For it relates Jesus’s role (and subsequently our role) as the representative and presentation of the Gospel, to the Gospel as a representation and presentation of Jesus and the process of following him. This is not, therefore, simply another reader–response analysis of Mark’s 11 Theology and Social Theory (Oxford: Blackwell, 1991), p. 358. Though it has to be emphasised here that John Milbank is no linguistic idealist, as he himself makes plain in the introduction to his book.

The final group of essays is essentially ecclesiological – the examination of the body of the historical Christ gives way to an examination of the continuing life of that body in and as the Church. : Yale University Press, 1985). 26      politics of discipleship. These essays take the effects of the Christic operation in the life of the Church into an engagement with the life of the world. The theological method throughout is both hermeneutical and phenomenological; for ultimately, the reductions performed by phenomenology have to be read theologically, they do not render visible the theological as such.

Theology must confront, and in Mark’s Gospel does confront, its own rhetorical strategies. See David Jasper’s ‘‘Wherever I said Aristotle I meant St. , The Bible as Rhetoric (London: Routledge, 1990), for an examination of the community constituted by and entextualised in Mark’s rhetoric. Jasper makes the profound theological observation, central to this reading of Mark’s Gospel, that ‘The Church is continually stirred into radical reflection by that which, standing outside, necessitates and engenders its rhetoric, its entextualising’ (p.

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