Christ the Logos of Creation: Essays in Analogical Metaphysics

Over the course of the twentieth century, it has increasingly been asserted that theology does not need metaphysics, indeed, that metaphysics (being an inheritance from Greek philosophy) is inimical to the purity of the faith and the task of Christian theology. In this collection of essays, however, John Betz argues that metaphysics has always been a part of the Christian faith, beginning with the proclamation of Christ as the Logos . . .

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