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Participation and Atonement An Analytic and Constructive Account Oliver D. Crisp Oliver Crisp sets out a new, comprehensive account of the nature of the atone- ment, exploring how this doctrine affects our participation in the life of God and in the shared life of the Christian community. “Crisp has a finely honed theological and philosophical mind. This is one of the most important recent treatments of the doctrine of the atonement.” —GAVIN D’COSTA, University of Bristol “A rich, nuanced, and full-orbed account of salvation.” —LUCY PEPPIATT, Westminster Theological Centre, United Kingdom
Oliver D. Crisp (PhD, University of London; DLitt, University of Aberdeen) is the Principal of St. Mary’s College, Head of the School of Divinity, Professor of Analytic Theology, and Director of the Logos Institute at the University of St. Andrews.
NOW AVAILABLE • 272 pp. • cloth • $29.99 • 9780801049965
Mapping Atonement The Doctrine of Reconciliation in Christian History and Theology William G. Witt and Joel Scandrett
Southwestern Journal of Theology 2022 Book Award (Honorable Mention)
This introduction traces the origins, development, and divergent streams of atonement theology throughout the Christian tradition and proposes key criteria by which we can assess their value.
“This is the textbook on Christ’s salvific work that many have been waiting for.” —HANS BOERSMA, Nashotah House Theological Seminary
William G. Witt (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is professor of systematic theology and ethics at Trinity School for Ministry. Joel Scandrett (PhD, Drew University) is associate professor of historical theology and director of the Catechesis and Christian Formation Program at Trinity School for Ministry.
NOW AVAILABLE • 256 pp. • paper • $27.99 • 9780801030680
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