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The Spirit of Life: A Universal Affirmation
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The Spirit of Life: A Universal Affirmation

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Fortress Press 2001

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Overview

Jürgen Moltmann, “the foremost Protestant theologian in the world,” brings his characteristic audacity to this traditional topic, cutting to the heart of the matter with a simple identification: What we experience every day as the spirit of life is the spirit of God. Such considerations give Moltmann’s treatment of the different aspects of life in the Spirit a verve and vitality that are concrete and existential.

Veteran readers will find a rich and subtle extension of Moltmann’s Trinitarian and Christological works as he makes bold use of key insights from feminist and ecological theologies. Newcomers will find a fascinating entree into the heart of his work: the transformative potential of the future.

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Interested in more? Be sure to check out Jürgen Moltmann Collection (22 vols.).

Contents

  • Experience of Life–Experience of God
  • Historical Experience of the Spirit
  • Trinitarian Experience of the Spirit
  • The Spirit of Life
  • The Liberation for Life
  • The Justification of Life
  • The Rebirth to Life
  • The Sanctification of Life
  • The Charismatic Powers of Life
  • Theology of Mystical Experience
  • The Fellowship of the Spirit
  • The Personhood of the Spirit

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About Jürgen Moltmann

Jürgen Moltmann studied Christian theology in England and, after his return to Germany, in Göttingen. He served as a pastor from 1952 to1958 in Bremen. Since 1967 he has been Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Tübingen and retired there in 1994. Among his many influential and award-winning books are The Theology of Hope (1967), The Crucified God (1974), The Trinity and the Kingdom (1981), The Spirit of Life (1994), and The Coming of God (1996), winner of the Grawemeyer Award in 2000, all published by Fortress Press.

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