Christology On Two Fronts: a New Testament Model for Doing Christology in a Pluralistic Context

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Abstract

The aims of this paper are threefold and may be summarized as follows: (1) to reflect on pluralism as a point of similarity - rather than a difference, as it is often thought to be - between the context in which the New Testament authors wrote and that in which we find ourselves today; (2) to reflect on the approach to christological reflection taken by the New Testament authors in relation to the pluralism of their day, which we will argue was one of interacting with two fronts': fidelity to the traditions which they inherited on the one hand and relevance to their context(s) on the other; and finally (3) to consider what light this may shed on our task today as we seek to reflect on the meaning of the traditions we have inherited in our contemporary context of religious pluralism. 1

Christology On Two Fronts: a New Testament Model for Doing Christology in a Pluralistic Context

in Religion and Theology

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