Possessing Heaven in Our Head: A Reformed Reading of Incarnational Ascent in Kathryn Tanner

in Journal of Reformed Theology
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Abstract

As recent Reformed scholarship has turned its attention to the doctrine of creation, Kathryn Tanner can be engaged as an incisive and useful interlocutor. In her book Christ the Key, Tanner advances the notion of the double movement of divine descent and incarnate ascent, an idea which intersects with current Reformed deliberations on transcendence and the “chief end” of created humanity. Tanner’s re-articulation of the discussion of nature and grace, and divine agency within creation, offers a challenging and potentially constructive contribution to Reformed dogmatics.

Possessing Heaven in Our Head: A Reformed Reading of Incarnational Ascent in Kathryn Tanner

in Journal of Reformed Theology

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