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Published by Peter Lang in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Torrance, Thomas Forsyth, 1913-,
  • God -- Knowableness -- History of doctrines -- 20th century.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [362]-378) and index.

StatementJohn Douglas Morrison.
SeriesIssues in systematic theology,, vol. 2
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBT98.T66 M67 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 386 p. ;
Number of Pages386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL993299M
ISBN 100820433411
LC Control Number96031805

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The stratification of knowledge in the thought of T. F. Torrance Benjamin Myers University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland , Australia grounded in and coordinated with our personal knowledge of Jesus Christ. Thomas F. Torrance’s model of the stratification of knowledge is one of his 3 T. F. Torrance, God and Rationality. Epistemological Realism and Onto-Relations Max Lewis Edward Andrews Knowledge of the Self-Revealing God in the Thought of Thomas Forsyth Torrance (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, ), Thomas Torrance, God and Rationality (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), 3 . In Torrance's account personal knowledge of God is available only in his self revelation in Christ. However, it is shown that his understanding of the place of the Bible and nature in theology points to them both as places of divine self-revelation.\ud \ud There is a gracing of all knowledge of God whether in Christ, Scripture or nature which Author: Timothy Charles Gill. In this book, Professor Torrance calls for 'a return to theological rationality': theological thinking must not be a construction of man's making but controlled and conditioned by the nature of its Object, God, the supreme reality. From this approach the author analyses the 'Eclipse of God' and relates his position to the costly grace of God in Christ.