'A Relational Theology that Isn't Relational Enough': A Response to God and World in the Old Testament

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology
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Abstract

Fretheim explores the biblical theme of creation through the lenses of the divine-human relationship. God leaves space for human co-creation, though sometimes at the expense of God's own participation. In considering how best to balance human and divine participation in creation, I consider three areas; the role of the spirit of God in creation, the role of Torah as an expression of relationship with both God and neighbor, and the problem of God in the book of Job.

'A Relational Theology that Isn't Relational Enough': A Response to God and World in the Old Testament

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology

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