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Chapter 8: Once for all and new every morning: forgiveness in the theology of Miroslav Volf and Karl Barth

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Taking its cues from the work of Miroslav Volf and Karl Barth, the paper looks at forgiveness as somthing inseparably embedded in the whole scope of Christ's reconciling activity. However, where Volf renders it along the lines of a Christ-motivated attitude change which instigates the real work of interpersonal reconciliation, Barth's Doctrine of Reconciliation depicts it as an ongoing ministry of the resurrected Christ in the affairs of those who follow Him. Though Volf's sociologic...

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University of Aberdeen
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