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THEO3295
Module Reading List

Humanity in Christian Thought: Theological Anthropology, 2019/20, Semester 1
Dr Alistair McFadyen
a.i.mcfadyen@leeds.ac.uk
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{apologies - previous list wouldn't open. This is also identical to the bibliography for THEO2295}

General – including issues of method, thinking theologically about the human, relating to secular discourses and science

Ray S. Anderson, On Being Human: Essays in Theological Anthropology

________, Theological Anthropology in Gareth Jones (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Modern Theology

 

Karl Barth, Church Dogmatics, III/2

Karl Barth, The Humanity of God

Karl Barth and Emil Brunner, Natural Theology

Nicholas Berdyaev, The Destiny of Man

Phyllis A. Bird, ‘Theological Anthropology in the Hebrew Bible’ in Leo G. Perdue, The Blackwell Companion to the Hebrew Bible, Ch.15

Emil Brunner, Man in Revolt

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Creation and Fall: a Theological Exposition of Genesis 1-3

J. Patout Burns, ed., Theological Anthropology: Sources of Early Christian Thought

Jean Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, I:1:1-13

Church of England Doctrine Commission: Being Human: A Christian Understanding of Personhood Illustrated with Reference to Power, Money, Sin, and Time

James H. Coetzee. "'Yet Thou Hast Made Him Little Less Than God': Reading Psalm 8 from a Bodily Perspective." Old Testament Essays, 19/3 (2006): 1124-38. Available online: https://journals.co.za/docserver/fulltext/oldtest/19/3/oldtest_v19_n3_a22.pdf?expires=1572256747&id=id&accname=guest&checksum=317F79F9C9B799F98DE18EC7AB88419C

José Comblin, Being Human: A Christian Anthropology

Marc Cortez, Theological Anthropology: A Guide for the Perplexed

________, Embodied Souls, Ensouled Bodies: An Exercise in Christological Anthropology and its Significance for the Mind/Body Debate

________, ‘The Madness in our Method: Christology as the Necessary Starting Point for a theological Anthropology’, Joshua R. Farris & Charles Taliaferro, EDS, The Ashgate Companion to Theological Anthropology, Ch.1

Colin Crowder, "Humanity," in Adrian Hastings, Alistair Mason and Hugh Pyper (eds), The Oxford Companion to Christian Thought, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 311-14

Stephen J. Duffy, The Dynamics of Grace: Perspectives in Theological Anthropology

Joshua R. Farris & Charles Taliaferro, The Ashgate Research Companion to Theological Anthropology

David F. Ford, Self and Salvation: Being Transformed

________, ‘The What, How and Who of Humanity Before God: Theological Anthropology and the Bible in the 21st Century’, Modern Theology, 27/1 (2011), 41-54

Erich Fromm & R. Xirau, The Nature of Man: Selected Readings

M Gaebler. "Martin Luther on the Self " Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 22 (2002): 115-32.

Elizabeth O'Donnell Gandolfo, The Power and Vulnerability of Love: A Theological Anthropology

Valerie Saiving Goldstein, "The Human Situation: A Feminine View", Journal of Religion, 40/2, 1960, 100-112; also extant in Carol Christ & Judith Plaskow, eds., Womanspirit Rising

Ann O. Graff, In the Embrace of God: Feminist Approaches to Theological Anthropology

Brian Gregor, A Philosophical Anthropology of the Cross: The Cruciform Self

Stanley J. Grenz, Theology for the Community of God, Ch5-7

Theology 51, no. 2 (1998): 214-34  

Edmund Hill, Being Human: A Biblical Perspective

Dwight N. Hopkins, Being Human: Race, Culture, Religion

Bernd Janowski, Arguing with God: A Theological Anthropology of the Psalms

David Jenkins, The Glory of Man

________, What is Man?

Robert W. Jenson, On Thinking the Human

David Albert Jones, Approaching the End: A Theological Exploration of Death and Dying

Eberhard Jüngel, ' On Becoming truly Human' in Theological Essays, II, Ch.10

________, ‘On Becoming truly Human.  The Significance of the Reformation Distinction Between Person and Works for the Self-Understanding of Modern Humanity’, Theological Essays II, Ch.10Kasper, Theology and Church, Ch.IV (Christology & Anthropology)

David H. Kelsey, ‘Human Being’, in Peter Hodgson & Robert King, eds, Christian Theology: An Introduction to its Traditions and Tasks

________, ‘The Human Creature’ in John Webster, et al, The Oxford Handbook of Systematic Theology

________, ‘Wisdom, Theological Anthropology, and Modern Secular Interpretations of Humanity’ in Miroslav Volf & Michael Welker, eds, God’s Life in Trinity, Ch.5

________, Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology (NB see the set of articles discussing this volume in Modern Theology, 27 (27/1 [2011])

________, "Wisdom, Theological Anthropology, and Modern Secular Understandings of Humanity," in Miroslav Volf and Michael Welker (eds), God's Life in Trinity, (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2006), pp. 44-60

G. Kümmel, Man in the New Testament

Eberhard Jüngel, ‘Humanity in Correspondence to God: Remarks on the Image of God as a Basic Concept in Theological Anthropology’ in Theological Essays

Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective

John Macquarrie, In Search of Humanity

Leonard P Maré. "Psalm 8: God's Glory and Humanity's Reflected Glory." OTE 19, no. 3 (2006): 926-38 Available online: https://journals.co.za/docserver/fulltext/oldtest/19/3/oldtest_v19_n3_a10.pdf?expires=1572258477&id=id&accname=guest&checksum=36505E08BFED38233498DCFF7A7ED23D

James L. Mays. "What Is a Human Being? Reflections on Psalm 8." Theology Today 50, no. 4 (1993): 511-20

Alistair McFadyen, ‘The Trinity and Human Individuality: The Conditions for Relevance’, Theology, 95 (1992): 10-18 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 28/10/2019) 

Daniel Migliore, Faith Seeking Understanding, Ch.7

Patrick D. Miller, "What Is a Human Being? The Anthropology of the Psalter," The Way of the Lord, p. 226-36.

Jürgen Moltmann, Man

________, God in Creation: an Ecological Doctrine of Creation, Ch. VIII-X

Reinhold Niebuhr, The Nature and Destiny of Man, Vol. I

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Anthropology in Theological Perspective

________, What is Man?

________, Systematic Theology, vol.2, Ch.9

________, Systematic Theology, vol.3,

Michael Polanyi, The Study of Man

Karl Rahner, Foundations of Christian Faith, Part 1

________, ‘Theology and Anthropology’ in Theological Investigations, vol.23

H. Wheeler Robinson, The Christian Doctrine of Man

________, Corporate Personality in Ancient Israel

Rosemary Radford Ruether, ‘Toward a Feminist Anthropology Beyond Liberalism and Romanticism’ in Sexism and God-Talk: Toward a Feminist Theology

Letty Russell, Becoming Human

Friedrich Schleiermacher, The Christian Faith, Part 1, S.3-Part 2 (first aspect)

 C. Steenberg, Of God and Man: Theology as Anthropology from Irenaeus to Athanasius

Leslie Stevenson, Seven Theories of Human Nature

Kathryn Tanner, Jesus, Humanity and the Trinity: A Brief Systematic Theology

________, ‘The Difference Theological Anthropology Makes’, Theology Today, 50 (1994), 567-579

D Teevan. "Challenges to the Role of Theological Anthropology in Feminist Theologies" Theological Studies 64, no. 3 (2003): 582-97

William Temple, Nature, Man and God

Helmut Thielicke, Man in God’s World

Anthony C. Thiselton, Interpreting God and the Postmodern Self

________, The Hermeneutics of Christian Doctrine, Ch.9-13

Thomas Torrance, Calvin's Doctrine of Man

Hans Urs von Balthasar, A Theological Anthropology

Kevin Vanhoozer ‘Human Being, Individual and Social’ in Colin E. Gunton, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Christian Theology, Ch.9

Gerhard Von Rad. Theology of the Old Testament

John Webster, ‘Justification, Analogy and Action. Passivity and Activity in Jüngel’s Anthropology’ in John Webster, ed., The Possibilities of Theology, Ch.7

Walter Wink, The Human Being: Jesus and the Enigma of the Son of Man

Hans Walter Wolff, Anthropology of the Old Testament

The Image of God/Imago Dei

G.C. Berkouwer, Man: the Image of God

Phyllis A. Bird, "Male and Female He Created Them": Gen 1:27b in the Context of the Priestly Account of Creation”, The Harvard Theological Review, Vol. 74, No. 2. (1981), pp. 129-159.

________, ‘Theological Anthropology in the Hebrew Bible’ in Leo G. Perdue, The Blackwell Companion to the Hebrew Bible, Ch.15

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Creation and Fall: a Theological Exposition of Genesis 1-3

Gerald Bray, "The Significance of God's Image in Man," Tyndale Bulletin 42.2 (1991): 195-225.  (link in VLE)

Briggs, ‘Humans in the Image of God and Other Things Genesis Does Not Make Clear’, Journal of Theological Interpretation, 4/1, 111-126 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 28/10/2019) 

Emil Brunner, Man in Revolt, Ch.V (VI, VII), Appendix A

________, The Christian Doctrine of Creation and Redemption, Ch.2/5; Appendix A

David Cairns, The Image of God in Man

Anna Case-Winters, ‘Rethinking the Image of God’, Zygon, 39/4 (2004), 813-26

David Clines, ‘The Image of God in Man’, Tyndale Bulletin, 19 (1968), 53-103

Marc Cortez, Theological Anthropology: A Guide for the Perplexed, Ch.2

Jane S. Deland, Images of God through the lens of disability

Joshua R. Farris & Charles Taliaferro, EDS, The Ashgate Companion to Theological Anthropology, Part IV

Mary McClintock Fulkerson, ‘Contesting the Gendered Subject: A Feminist Account of the Imago Dei’ in Rebecca S. Chopp & Sheila Greeve Davaney, eds, Horizons in Feminist Theology: Identity, Traditions, Norms

Michelle A Gonzalez, Created in God’s Image: An Introduction to Feminist Theology

Douglas John Hall, Imaging God: Dominion as Stewardship

Stanley J. Grenz, Theology for the Community of God, Ch.6

Colin Gunton, ‘Trinity, Ontology and Anthropology: Towards a Renewal of the Doctrine of the Imago Dei’ in Christoph Schwöbel and Colin Gunton, eds., Persons: Divine and Human, Ch.2

Philip Hefner, ‘Imago Dei: The Possibility and Necessity of the Human Person’ in Neils Henrik Gregersen, Willem Dress and Ulf Görman, The Human Person in Science and Theology, Ch.5

Mary Catherine Hilkert, ‘The Threatened humanum as Imago Dei: Anthropology and Christian Ethics’ in Frederiek Depoortere, Stephan Van Erp & Lieven Boeve, eds, Edward Schillebeeckx and Contemporary Theology

Anthony A. Hoekema, Created in God's Image

Wentzel van Huyssteen, Alone in the World? Human Uniqueness in Science and Theology, Ch.3

Robert W. Jenson, Systematic Theology, vol.2, Ch.18

Gordon D. Kaufman, ‘The Theological Structure of Christian Faith and the Feasibility of a Global Ecological Ethic’, Zygon, 38/1 (2003), 147-61

David H. Kelsey, ‘Human Being’, in Peter Hodgson & Robert King, eds, Christian Theology: An Introduction to its Traditions and Tasks

________, Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology, vol.2, Codas

Robert W Jenson, Systematic Theology 2: The Works of God, Ch.18

Eberhard Jüngel, ‘Humanity in Correspondence to God: Remarks on the Image of God as a Basic Concept in Theological Anthropology’ in Theological Essays, Ch.4

Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective, Section III

Vladimir Lossky, In the Image and Likeness of God, Ch. 6

Nathan Macdonald, ‘The Imago Dei And Election: Reading Genesis 1:26–28 And Old Testament Scholarship With Karl Barth’, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 10/3 (2008), 303-27

James Luther Mays, ‘The Self in the Psalms and the Image of God’ in R. Kendall Soulen & Linda Woodhead, eds, God and Human Dignity, 27-43

Alistair McFadyen, The Call to Personhood: A Christian Theory of the Individual in Social Relationships

________, ‘Imaging God: A Theological Answer to The Anthropological Question?’, Zygon, 47/ 4, 918–933 (2012)

________, ‘Redeeming the Image’, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 16/2 (2016), 108-125

Ian A. McFarland, The Divine Image

Jürgen Moltmann, God in Creation: an Ecological Doctrine of Creation, Ch. VIII-X

Karen O’Donnell (2018) Performing the imago Dei: human enhancement, artificial intelligence and optative image-bearing, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 18:1, 4-15

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Anthropology in Theological Perspective, Ch.2

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Systematic Theology, vol.2, Ch.8

James G. M. Purves, ‘The Spirit and the Imago Dei: Reviewing the Anthropology of Irenaeus of Lyons’, Evangelical Quarterly, 68/2 (1996), 99-120 (via VLE) 

Thomas E. Reynolds, Vulnerable Communion: A Theology of Disability and Hospitality, Ch.6.1

Dominic Robinson, Understanding the 'Imago Dei': The Thought of Barth, von Balthasar and Moltmann

E. M. Ross, "Human Persons as images of the Divine" in A. Bach, The Pleasure of Her Text

Lydia Schumacher, ‘A Problem with Method in Theological Anthropology: Towards an All-Inclusive TheologyThe Expository Times, 127/8 (2016), 375-389

Peter Scott, Imaging God: Creatureliness and Technology’, New Blackfriars, 79 (2007), 260-74

F. LeRon Shults, Reforming Theological Anthropology: After the Philosophical Turn to Relationality, Ch.10

Tom Smail, Like Father, Like Son: The Trinity Imaged in our Humanity

Kathryn Tanner, Christ the Key, Ch.1

Phyllis Trible, God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality

Yaroslav Viazovski, Image and Hope: John Calvin and Karl Barth on Body, Soul, and Life Everlasting

Gerhard von Rad, ‘Divine Likeness in the OT’ in Gerhard Kittel, ed, Theological Dictionary of the New Testament

Francis Watson, ‘In the Image of God’, Text and Truth: Redefining Biblical Theology, Ch.7

Claus Westermann, Genesis 1-11: A commentary

Lynn White. "The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis" Science 155 (1967): 1203-07

Kam Ming Wong, Wolfhart Pannenberg on Human Destiny  (on Pannenberg)

Creatureliness

Karl Barth, Church Dogmatics, III/1 (S.41,2-3

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Creation and Fall: a Theological Exposition of Genesis 1-3

Emil Brunner, The Christian Doctrine of Creation and Redemption, Ch.2

Anna Case-Winters, ‘Rethinking the Image of God’, Zygon, 39/4 (2004), 813-26

David L. Clough, On Animals: Systematic Theology

Sarah Coakley, ‘Creatureliness Before God: Male and Female’ in Powers and Submissions: Spirituality, Philosophy and Gender, Ch.3

Celia Deane-Drummond & David Clough, eds, Creaturely Theology: On God, Humanity and Other Animals

Ernst M. Conradie, An Ecological Christian Anthropology At Home on Earth?

David A. Dorman, ‘Neediness: the anthropology of Karl Barth’, Scottish Journal of Theology, 71/2 (2018)

Daniel W. Hardy, ‘The Human Being as Creature’, God's Ways with the World, Ch.6

________, ‘Created and Redeemed Sociality’ in Colin Gunton & Daniel Hardy, On Being the Church, Ch.1

Robert W Jenson, Systematic Theology 2: The Works of God

________, On Thinking the Human

________, ‘Creator and Creature’, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 4/2 (2002), 216-221

David H. Kelsey, ‘The Human Creature’ in John Webster, et al, The Oxford Handbook of Systematic Theology

________, Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology, vol.1, Ch.5A

________, ‘Two Theologies of Death: Anthropological Gleanings’, Modern Theology, 13/3 (1997), 347-70

Alasdair MacIntyre, Dependent Rational Animals

Michael Mawson, ‘Creatures before God: Bonhoeffer, Disability and Theological Anthropology’ in M. Mawson, & P. G. Zeigler (Eds.), Christ, Church and World: New Studies in Bonhoeffer's Theology and Ethics

Daniel Migliore, Faith Seeking Understanding, Ch.7

Jürgen Moltmann, God in Creation: an Ecological Doctrine of Creation, Ch. VIII-X

Richard Norris, ‘Human Being’ in Geoffrey Wainwright, ed., Keeping the Faith: Essays to Mark the Centenary of Lux Mundi, Ch.4

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Systematic Theology, vol.1, Ch.7/1

Gregory R. Peterson, ‘The Created Co-Creator: What it is and is Not’, Zygon, 39/4 (2004), 827-40

Max Scheler, Man's place in Nature

Peter Scott, ‘Imaging God: Creatureliness and Technology’, New Blackfriars, 79 (2007), 260-74

Kathryn Tanner, God and Creation in Christian Theology: Tyranny or Empowerment?

Anthony C. Thiselton, The Hermeneutics of Christian Doctrine, Ch.10

John Webster, ‘The Dignity of Creatures’ in Paul Middleton. Ed., The God of Love and Human Dignity: Festschrift for George Newlands

Claus Westermann, Genesis 1-11: A commentary

Rowan Williams, ‘On Being Creatures’ in On Christian Theology

Norman Wirzba, ‘The Touch of Humility: An Invitation to Creatureliness’, Modern Theology, 24/2 (2008), 225-44

Relationality/Sociality/Trinity

John Aves, ‘Persons in Relation: John MacMurray’ in Christoph Schwöbel and Colin Gunton, eds., Persons: Divine and Human

Karl Barth, Church Dogmatics, II/1, (Esp S.54)

________, Church Dogmatics, III/2

Emil Brunner, Man in Revolt, Ch.XII-XV

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Sanctorum Communio

Emil Brunner, Man in Revolt, V (c)6

Sarah Coakley, "'Persons' in the 'Social' Doctrine of the Trinity: A Critique of Current Analytic Discussion" In Stephen T. Davis, Daniel Kendall and Gerald O'Collins, eds, The Trinity: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Trinity

David F. Ford, Self and Salvation: Being Transformed

Stanley J Grenz, The Social God and the Relational Self: A Trinitarian Theology of the Imago Dei

 

________, ‘The Social God and the Relational Self: Toward a Theology of the Imago Dei in the Postmodern Context’ in Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective

Colin Gunton, The Promise of Trinitarian Theology

________, The One the Three and the Many

________, ‘Trinity, Ontology and Anthropology: Towards a Renewal of the Doctrine of the Imago Dei’ in Christoph Schwöbel and Colin Gunton, eds., Persons: Divine and Human, Ch.2

Daniel W. Hardy, ‘Created and Redeemed Sociality’ in Colin Gunton & Daniel Hardy, On Being the Church, Ch.1

________, God's Ways with the World, Ch.10, 11

Harriet A. Harris. "Should We Say That Personhood Is Relational?" Scottish Journal of Theology, 51 (1998): 214-234

Carter Heyward, The Redemption of God: A Theology of Mutual Relation

Paul K. Jewett, Man as Male and Female

Katharine E. Lassiter, Recognizing Other Subjects: Feminist Pastoral Theology and the Challenge of Identity

Richard Lints, ‘Imaging and Idolatry: The Sociality of Personhood in the Canon’ in Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective

Stuart MacLean, Humanity in the Thought of Karl Barth

John MacMurray, Persons in Relation

________, The Self as Agent

Alistair McFadyen, The Call to Personhood: A Christian Theory of the Individual in Social Relationships

_____, Bound to Sin: Abuse, Holocaust and the Christian Doctrine of Sin

Ian A. McFarland, Difference and Identity: A Theological Anthropology

Reinhold Niebuhr, Man's Nature and His Communities: Essays on the Dynamics and Enigmas of Man’s Personal and Social Existence

________, Moral Man and Immoral Society

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Anthropology in Theological Perspective, Ch.4

Joerg Rieger, God and the Excluded: Visions and Blindspots in Contemporary Theology

John A T Robinson, The Body: A Study in Pauline Theology

Edward Russell, ‘Reconsidering Relational Anthropology: A Critical Assessment of John Zizioulas’s Theological Anthropology’, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 5/2 (2003), 168-186

Joyce Schuld, Foucault and Augustine: Reconsidering Power and Love

Christoph Schwoebel, ‘Human Being as Relational Being; Twelve Theses for a Christian Anthropology’ in Christoph Schwöbel and Colin Gunton, eds., Persons: Divine and Human

F. LeRon Shults, Reforming Theological Anthropology: After the Philosophical Turn to Relationality

________, ‘Constitutive Relationality in Anthropology and Trinity: The Shaping of the Imago Dei Doctrine in Barth and Pannenberg’, Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie, 39/3, 304-322 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 28/10/2019) 

Paul R. Sponheim, ‘Closer to the Shifting Ground: The Rise of Relationship in God-Talk’, Dialog, 44/3 (2005), 227-33

Anthony C. Thiselton, The Hermeneutics of Christian Doctrine, Ch.9.1; 11

Kevin Vanhoozer ‘Human Being, Individual and Social’ in Colin E. Gunton, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Christian Theology, Ch.9

Francis Watson, ‘Persons in Dialogue’, Text, Church and World

Maarten Wisse, ‘Towards a Truly Relational Theology: A Conversation with F. LeRon Shults’, Ars Disputandi, 4 (2004)

John Zizioulas, Being as Communion

________, Communion & Otherness

________, ‘On Being a Person: Toward an Ontology of Personhood’ in Christoph Schwöbel and Colin Gunton, eds., Persons: Divine and Human, Ch.1

 

Self/Personhood

Diogenes Allen, ‘Persons in Philosophical and Biblical Perspective’ in Malcolm Jeeves, From Cells to Souls and Beyond: Changing Portraits of Human Nature, pp.165-178

Walter Brueggemann, Theology of the Old Testament: Testimony, Dispute, Advocacy, Ch.15

Rudolf Bultmann, Theology of the New Testament, vol. I, Ch.IV, V; Vol 2, Ch.2, Ch.4

Sarah Coakley, "'Persons' in the 'Social' Doctrine of the Trinity: A Critique of Current Analytic Discussion" In Stephen T. Davis, Daniel Kendall and Gerald O'Collins, eds, The Trinity: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Trinity

  1. Cockburn, ed., Human Beings

Matthew Drever, ‘The Self Before God? Rethinking Augustine’s Trinitarian Thought’, Harvard Theological Review, 100/2 (2007), 233-42

David F. Ford, Self and Salvation: Being Transformed

________, ‘Hosting a Dialogue: Jüngel and Lévinas on God, Self and Language’ in John Webster, ed., The Possibilities of Theology, Ch.3

Neils Henrik Gregersen, Willem Dress and Ulf Görman, The Human Person in Science and Theology

Harriet A. Harris. "Should We Say That Personhood Is Relational?" Scottish Journal of Theology, 51 (1998): 214-234

Robert W Jenson, Systematic Theology 2: The Works of God, Ch. 20

Gareth Jones, ‘The Emergence of Persons’ in Malcolm Jeeves, From Cells to Souls and Beyond: Changing Portraits of Human Nature, pp.11-33

David H. Kelsey, Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology, vol.1, Ch.9B

Richard S. Lints, Michael S. Horton & Mark R. Talbot, eds, Personal identity in Theological Perspective

Charles Marsh, ‘In Defense of a Self: the theological search for a postmodern identity', Scottish Journal of Theology, 55/3 (2002), 253-82

Alistair McFadyen, The Call to Personhood: A Christian Theory of the Individual in Social Relationships

Reinhold Niebuhr, Man's Nature and His Communities: Essays on the Dynamics and Enigmas of Man’s Personal and Social Existence

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Anthropology in Theological Perspective, Ch.4-9

Arthur Peacocke & G. Gillet, eds., Persons and Personality

Stanley Rudman, Concepts of Person and Christian Ethics

Christoph Schwöbel and Colin Gunton, eds., Persons: Divine and Human

Robert Spaemann, Persons: The Difference between `Someone' and `Something'

Charles Taylor, Sources of the Self

 Anthony C. Thiselton, Interpreting God and the Postmodern Self

Alan J. Torrance, ‘What is a Person?’, Malcolm Jeeves, From Cells to Souls and Beyond: Changing Portraits of Human Nature, pp.199-222

Léon Turner, Theology, Psychology and the Plural Self

________, ‘First Person Plural: Self-Unity and Self-Multiplicity in Theology’s Dialogue with Psychology, Zygon, 42/1 (2007), 7-24

Peter Van Inwagen, Dean W. Zimmerman, eds, Persons: Human and Divine

John Webster, ‘The Human Person’ in Kevin Vanhoozer, ed., Postmodern Theology, Ch.13

Michael Welker, ‘The Addressee of Divine Sustenance, Rescue, and Elevation: Toward a Nonreductive understanding of human Personhood’ Malcolm Jeeves, From Cells to Souls and Beyond: Changing Portraits of Human Nature, pp.223-232

Kathleen Williams, The Theological Notion of the Human Person. A Conversation Between the Theology of Karl Rahner and the Philosophy of John Macmurray   

John Zizioulas, ‘On Being a Person: Toward an Ontology of Personhood’ in Christoph Schwöbel and Colin Gunton, eds., Persons: Divine and Human, Ch.1

________, ‘Human Capacity and Human Incapacity: A Theological Exploration of Personhood’, Scottish Journal of Theology, 28 (1975), 401-48

 

Eschatological frame

Brock Bingama, All Things New: The Trinitarian Nature of the Human Calling in Maximus the Confessor and Jürgen Moltmann

David H. Kelsey, Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology, vol.1, Ch.15A

Jürgen Moltmann, God in Creation: an Ecological Doctrine of Creation, Ch. VIII-X

Reinhold Niebuhr, The Nature and Destiny of Man, Vol. II

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Human Nature, Election and History

________, Systematic Theology, vol.3, Ch.15

John Webster, ‘Eschatology, Anthropology and Postmodernity’, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 2/1 (2000), 13-28

________, ‘Eschatology and Anthropology’ Church and Word: Essays in Church Dogmatics, Ch.9 (same as the above article)

Freedom

Emil Brunner, Man in Revolt, Ch.XI

Marc Cortez, Theological Anthropology: A Guide for the Perplexed, Ch.5

Joshua R. Farris & Charles Taliaferro, eds, The Ashgate Companion to Theological Anthropology, Part V

Louis Groarke, ‘What is Freedom? Why Christianity and Theoretical Liberalism Cannot be Reconciled’, Heythrop Journal, XLVII (2006), 257-274

Elizabeth T. Groppe, 'Creation Ex Nihilo and Ex Amore : Ontological Freedom in the Theologies of John Zizioulas and Catherine Mowry Lacugna', Modern Theology, 21/3 (2005), 463-96

Reinhard Hütter, ‘(Re-)Forming Freedom’, Modern Theology 17/2 (2001), 117-161

Walter Kasper, Theology and Church, Ch.II; III

Alistair McFadyen, "Sins of Praise: The Assault on God's Freedom," in Colin E. Gunton (ed), God and Freedom, pp. 32-56

Paul Molnar, Divine Freedom and the Doctrine of the Immanent Trinity

________, ‘The Trinity and the Freedom of God’, Journal for Christian Theological Research, 8 (2003), 59-66 Available online: https://digitalcommons.luthersem.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1021&context=jctr.

Karl Rahner, ‘The Dignity and Freedom of Man’ in Theological Investigations, vol.2

Christoph Schwöbel, Ch.5 in C. Schwöbel & C. Gunton, ed., God and Freedom

Wolfhart Pannenberg, The Idea of God and Human Freedom

Michael Welker ‘Is the Autonomous Person of European Modernity a Sustainable Model of Human Personhood?’ in Neils Henrik Gregersen, Willem Dress and Ulf Görman, The Human Person in Science and Theology, Ch.6

The Limits of the Human? (including disability)

Betcher, ‘Becoming Flesh of My Flesh: Feminist and Disability Theologies on the Edge of Post-humanist Discourse’, Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, vol. 26, no. 2 (pp.107-118)

Kathy Black, A healing homiletic: Preaching and disability. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press.

Block, Jamie Weiss, Copious hosting: A theology of access for people with disabilities

Brock, B. ‘Praise: The Prophetic Public Presence of the Mentally Disabled’. In: Hauerwas, S. and Wells, S. (eds.). The Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics. pp. 139-151.

Judith Butler, Frames of War: When is Life Grievable?

  1. Clapton, Disability, Inclusion and the Christian Church: Practice, Paradox, Promise, Disability and Rehabilitation 19 (1997), 420-6
  2. A. Cox, Autism, Humanity and Personhood: A Christ-Centred Theological Anthropology

Deborah Beth Creamer, Disability and Christian Theology: Embodied Limits and Constructive Possibilities

________, ‘Theological Accessibility: The Contribution of Disability’ Disability Studies Quarterly, 26/4 (2006) (online at http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/812/987)

Danforth, S., 2005; ‘Liberation Theology of Disability and the Option for the Poor’ Disability Studies Quarterly (Volume 25, No. 3) (online at http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/572/749)

Jane S. Deland, Images of God through the lens of disability

Nancy L. Eiesland, The Disabled God: Toward a Liberatory Theology of Disability

Nancy L. Eiesland & Don Saliers, eds, Human Disability and the Service of God: Reassessing Religious Practice

David Ford, ‘An Interpersonal Wisdom: L’Arche, Learning Disability and the Gospel of John’ in Christian Wisdom: Desiring God and Learning in Love, Ch.10

Doreen Freeman, ‘A Feminist Theology of Disability’, Feminist Theology, 10 (2002), 71-85

S, George, ‘Voices and Visions from the Margins of Mission and Unity: A disability-informed reading of the Pauline metaphor of the Church as the body of Christ’, International Review of Mission, 100/1, 96-103

Stewart D. Govig, Strong at the Broken Places: Persons with Disabilities and the Church

Molly Claire Haslam,  A Constructive Theology of Intellectual Disability: Human Being as Mutuality and Response

Stanley Hauerwas, Suffering Presence: Theological Reflections on Medicine, the Mentally Handicapped , and the Church

________, ‘Christian Care of the Retarded’, Theology Today, 30/2 (1973), 130-7 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (CHG 28/10/2019) 

________, Dispatches from the Front: Theological Engagements with the Secular

Mary Catherine Hilkert, ‘The Threatened humanum as Imago Dei: Anthropology and Christian Ethics’ in Frederiek Depoortere, Stephan Van Erp & Lieven Boeve, eds, Edward Schillebeeckx and Contemporary Theology

John M. Hull, ‘A Spirituality of Disability: The Christian Heritage as Both Problem and Potential’ in Studies in Christian Ethics (vol.16 no. 2), 2003

________, ‘The Broken Body in a Broken World: A Contribution to a Christian Doctrine of the Person from a Disabled Point of View’, Journal of Religion, Disability & Health, 7/4 (2003), 5-24

Primo Levi, If This is a Man

Michael Mawson, ‘Creatures before God: Bonhoeffer, Disability and Theological Anthropology’ in M. Mawson, & P. G. Zeigler (Eds.), Christ, Church and World: New Studies in Bonhoeffer's Theology and Ethics

McCloughry, The Enabled Life: Christianity in a Disabling World.

Alistair McFadyen, ‘Healing the Damaged’ in David Ford & Dennis Stamps, eds, Essentials of Christian Community, Ch.6

Adrian McKenna, 2005; ‘In Dependent Bodies: Exploring a Christian Understanding of Disability’ www.rcpsych.ac.uk/PDF/AMcKennaBodies.pdf 

Monica Jyotsna Melanchthon, ‘The Grace of God and the Equality of Human Persons’, Dialog, 42/1 (2003), 8-19

John R. Meyer, ‘Embryonic Personhood, Human Nature and Rational Ensoulment’, Heythrop Journal, XLVII (2006), 206-225

Jürgen Moltmann, The Power of the Powerless, Ch.17

David A. Pailin, A Gentle Touch: From a Theology of Handicap to a Theology of Human Being

Stephen Pattison, Pastoral Care and Liberation Theology

Hans S. Reinders, ‘Human Dignity in the Absence of Agency’ in R. Kendall Soulen & Linda Woodhead, eds, God and Human Dignity, pp.121-141

________, Receiving the Gift of Friendship: Profound Disability, Theological Anthropology, and Ethics

________, ‘Being Thankful: Parenting the Mentally Disabled’ in Stanley Hauerwas & Samuel Wells, eds, The Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics

Thomas E. Reynolds, Vulnerable Communion: A Theology of Disability and Hospitality

Gwen B. Sayler, ‘Beyond the Biblical Impasse: Homosexuality Through the Lens of Theological Anthropology’, Dialog, 44/1, 81-9

Darla Y. Schumm, ‘Reimaging Disability’, Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 26/2 (2010), 132-

Kendal Soulen, ‘Cruising Towards Bethlehem: Human Dignity and the New Eugenics’ in R. Kendall Soulen & Linda Woodhead, eds, God and Human Dignity, pp.104-120

William M. Swartley, ed., The Love of Enemy and Nonretaliation in the New Testament

John Swinton, Raging with Compassion: Pastoral Responses to the Problem of Evil, Ch.6-8, Conclusion

________, Resurrecting the Person: Friendship and the Care of People with Mental Health Problems

________,  "Constructing Persons: John Macmurray and the Social Construction of Disability." In David Fergusson and Nigel Dower, eds, John Macmurray: Critical Perspectives, 239 - 248.

John Swinton, and E McIntosh, "Persons in Relation: The Care of Persons with Learning Disabilities." Theology Today 57, no. 2 (2000).

John Swinton and Brian Brock Theology, Disability and the New Genetics: Why Science Needs the Church

John Swinton, ed., Critical Reflections on Stanley Hauerwas’ Theology of Disability

Swinton, J. "Constructing Persons: John Macmurray and the Social Construction of Disability” in David Fergusson and Nigel Dower (ed), 2002; John Macmurray: Critical Perspectives (New York: Peter Lang)

Jean Vanier, Becoming Human

________, The Challenge of L’Arche

________, Community and Growth

Jennie Weiss Block, Copious Hosting: A Theology of Access for People with Disabilities

Courtney Wilder, ‘On Christ and Healing: Eiesland, Tillich, and Disability Theology’, Dialog, 51/3 (2012),  202–211

Amos Yong, Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late Modernity

Frances Young, Face to Face

________, Brokenness and Blessing: Towards a Biblical Spirituality

Body/Soul

Warren S. Brown, Nancey Murphy & H. Newton Malory, eds, Whatever Happened to the Soul? Scientific and Theological Portraits of Human Nature

Emil Brunner, Man in Revolt, XVI

José Comblin, Being Human: A Christian Anthropology

John W. Cooper, Body, Soul and Life Everlasting: Biblical Anthropology and the Monism-Dualism Debate

John W. Cooper, ‘Biblical Anthropology and the Body-Soul Problem’ in Kevin Corcoran, ed., Soul, Body and Survival: Essays on the Metaphysics of Human Persons, pp.218-228

________, ‘Scripture and Philosophy on the Unity of Body and Soul: An Integrative Method for Theology’, Joshua R. Farris & Charles Taliaferro, EDS, The Ashgate Companion to Theological Anthropology, Ch.2

Marc Cortez, Theological Anthropology: A Guide for the Perplexed, Ch.4

________, Embodied Souls, Ensouled Bodies: An Exercise in Christological Anthropology and its Significance for the Mind/Body Debate

Richard K. Fenn & Donald Capps, On Losing the Soul Essays in the Social Psychology of Religion

Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective

Lisa Isherwood & Elizabeth Stuart, Introducing Body Theology

Peter van Inwagen, Dean W. Zimmerman, eds, Persons: Human and Divine

Robert W Jenson, Systematic Theology 2: The Works of God, Ch.19

Ernst Käsemann, New Testament Questions of Today

David H. Kelsey, ‘Human Being’, in Peter Hodgson & Robert King, eds, Christian Theology: An Introduction to its Traditions and Tasks

________, ‘Personal Bodies: A Theological Anthropological Proposal’ in Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal identity in theological perspective  

________, Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology, Vol.1, Ch.6, 7, 15B

John Macquarrie, In Search of Humanity

John Milbank, ‘The Soul of Reciprocity Part One: Reciprocity Refused’, Modern Theology, 17/3 (2001), 335-391

________, ‘The Soul of Reciprocity Part Two: Reciprocity Granted, Modern Theology, 17/4 (2001), 485-507

Jane Barter Moulaison, ‘Our bodies, our selves?’ The Body as Source in Feminist Theology’, Scottish Journal of Theology’ 60/3 (2007): 341–359

  1. P. Moreland & Scott B. Rae, Body and Soul: Human Nature and the Crisis in Ethics

Joshua M. Moritz, ‘Natures, Human Nature, Genes and Souls: Reclaiming Theological Anthropology Through Biological Structuralism’, Dialog, 46/3 (2007), 263-80

Nancey Murphy, ‘Nonreductive Physicalism: Philosophical Challenges’ in Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective

Nancey Murphy, Bodies and Souls, or Spirited Bodies?

James B. Nelson, Body Theology

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Systematic Theology, vol.2, Ch.8

________, Systematic Theology, vol.3, Ch.15/2

John A T Robinson, The Body: A Study in Pauline Theology

Rosemary Radford Ruether, ‘Toward a Feminist Anthropology Beyond Liberalism and Romanticism’ in Sexism and God-Talk: Toward a Feminist Theology

Robert Spaemann, Persons: The Difference between `Someone' and `Something', Ch.13

Yaroslav Viazovski, Image and Hope: John Calvin and Karl Barth on Body, Soul, and Life Everlasting

Theology, the Natural Sciences and Philosophy of Science

Paul Allen, ‘Upholding the Humanum: Science and Theology’s Foundational Character’, Heythrop Journal, XLVII (2006), 367-386

Warren S. Brown, Nancey Murphy & H. Newton Malory, eds, Whatever Happened to the Soul? Scientific and Theological Portraits of Human Nature

Anna Case-Winters, ‘Rethinking the Image of God’, Zygon, 39/4 (2004), 813-26

Mark L. Y. Chan & Roland Chia, Beyond Determinism and Reductionism

Marc Cortez, Embodied Souls, Ensouled Bodies: An Exercise in Christological Anthropology and its Significance for the Mind/Body Debate

Joshua R. Farris & Charles Taliaferro, EDS, The Ashgate Companion to Theological Anthropology

Christopher L. Fisher, Human Significance in Theology and the Natural Sciences: An Ecumenical Perspective with Reference to Pannenberg, Rainer, Zizioulas

Joel B. Green, Body, Soul, and Human Life: The Nature of Humanity in the Bible

Neils Henrik Gregersen, Willem Dress and Ulf Görman, The Human Person in Science and Theology

Wentzel van Huyssteen, Alone in the World? Human Uniqueness in Science and Theology

Paul Jersild, ‘Rethinking the Human Being in Light of Evolutionary Biology’, Dialog, 47/1 (2008), 37-52

Malcolm Jeeves, From Cells to Souls and Beyond: Changing Portraits of Human Nature

Joshua M. Moritz, ‘Natures, Human Nature, Genes and Souls: Reclaiming Theological Anthropology Through Biological Structuralism’, Dialog, 46/3 (2007), 263-80

Jürgen Moltmann, God in Creation: an Ecological Doctrine of Creation

Nancey Murphy, ‘Nonreductive Physicalism: Philosophical Challenges’ in Richard Lints, Michael Horton & Mark Talbot, eds, Personal Identity in Theological Perspective

Craig L. Nessan, ‘Sex, Aggression, and Pain: Sociobiological Implications for Theological Anthropology’, Zygon, 33/3 (2003), 443-454

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Anthropology in Theological Perspective

Maurice K. D. Schouten, ‘Theism, Dualism, and the Scientific image of Humanity’, Zygon, 36/4 (2001), 679-708

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Future of Man

________, The Phenomenon of Man

Léon Turner, Theology, Psychology and the Plural Self

________, ‘First Person Plural: Self-Unity and Self-Multiplicity in Theology’s Dialogue with Psychology, Zygon, 42/1 (2007), 7-24

Lynn White. "The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis." Science 155 (1967): 1203-07

J. Wildman. "A Theological Challenge: Coordinating Biological, Social, and Religious Visions of Humanity." Zygon 33, no. 4 (1998): 571-97

Human Rights/Human Dignity/Well-Being & Flourishing

Frances S. Adenay & Arvind Sharma, eds, Human Rights: Influences and Issues

Oswald Bayer , 'Self-Creation? On the Dignity of Human Beings', Modern Theology, 20(2) (2004), 275-290.

Richard Amesbury & George Newlands, Faith and Human Rights: Christianity and the Global Struggle for Human Dignity

Elizabeth M. Bucar, Does Human Rights Need God?

Church of England Doctrine Commission: Being Human: A Christian Understanding of Personhood Illustrated with Reference to Power, Money, Sin, and Time

José Comblin, Being Human: A Christian Anthropology, Part II

Oliver Davies, ‘Rights and Revelation: A Study of Particularism and universality in the Advocacy of Human Rights’, New Blackfriars, 89 (2008), 441-467

Vigen Guroian, ‘Human Rights and Modern Western Faith: An Orthodox Christian Perpsective’, Journal of Religious Ethics, 26/2 (1998), 241-7

Walter Harrelson, The Ten Commandments and Human Rights

Louis Henken, ‘Religion, Religions and Human Rights’, Journal of Religious Ethics, 26/2 (1998), 229-239

Mary Catherine Hilkert, ‘The Threatened humanum as Imago Dei: Anthropology and Christian Ethics’ in Frederiek Depoortere, Stephan Van Erp & Lieven Boeve, eds, Edward Schillebeeckx and Contemporary Theology

Linda Hogan, Keeping Faith with Human Rights

Michael Ignatieff, Human Rights

W Kasper, Theology and Church, Ch.III

David H. Kelsey, "On Human Flourishing: A Theocentric Perspective," God and Human Flourishing 2008 Consultation, http://www.yale.edu/faith/downloads/David%20Kelsey%20%20-%20God%27s%20Power%20and%20Human%20Flourishing%202008.pdf

Bonnie Kent, ‘In the Image of God: Human Dignity After the Fall’, Remy Debes, ed., Dignity: A History, Oxford University Press, 2017, Ch.3

Robert P. Kraynak & Glenn Tinder, eds, In Defense of Human Dignity: Essays for our Times

David Kretzmer, Eckart Klein, eds, The Concept of Human Dignity in Human Rights Discourse

Wolf Krötke, ‘Hope in the Last Judgment and Human Dignity’, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 2/3 (2000), 270-82

Stephen E. Lammers, Allen Verhey, eds, On Moral Medicine: Theological Perspectives in Medical Ethics, Part II

John Langan, ‘Contrasting and Uniting Theology and Human Rights’, Journal of Religious Ethics, 26/2 (1998), 249-255

Paul Lehmann, The Decalogue and a Human Future: The Meaning of the Commandments for Making & Keeping Human Life

  1. L. Mascall, Importance of Being Human: Some Aspects of the Christian Doctrine of Man

Alistair McFadyen, ‘Redeeming the Image’, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 16/2 (2016), 108-125

George Newlands, Christ and Human Rights

Joan Lockwood O’Donovan, ‘A Timely Conversation with The Desire of Nations in Civil Society, Nation and State’ in Craig Bartholomew, J. Chaplin, Robert Song, Al Wothers, eds, A Royal Priesthood: A Dialogue with Oliver O’Donovan

________, ‘Historical Prolegomena to a Theological Review of ‘Human Rights’, Studies in Christian Ethics, 9 (1996), 52-65

Jürgen Moltmann, On Human Dignity

Oliver O’Donovan, The Desire of Nations: Rediscovering the Roots of Political Theology

Ted Peters & Gaymon Bennett, ‘Defining Human Life: Cloning, Embryos, and the origins of Dignity’ in Mark L. Y. Chan & Roland Chia, Beyond Determinism and Reductionism

Christine D. Pohl, Making Room: Recovering Hospitality as a ChristianTradition, Ch.4

Ammicht-Quinn, Regina, Maureen Junker-Kenny, and Elsa Tamez. 2003. The discourse of human dignity. London: SCM.

Karl Rahner, ‘The Dignity and Freedom of Man’, Theological Investigations, vol.2, Ch.8

Esther D. Reed, The Ethics of Human Rights: Contested Doctrinal and Moral Issues

Ethna Regan, Theology and the Boundary Discourse of Human Rights

Richard W. Rousseau, Human Dignity and the Common Good: The Great Papal Social Encyclicals from Leo XIII to John Paul II

Roger Ruston, Human Rights and the Image of God

Thomas A. Shannon, ‘Grounding Human Dignity’, Dialog, 43/2. 113-7

Kendal Soulen & Linda Woodhead, eds, God and Human Dignity

Max L. Stackhouse, ‘The Intellectual Crisis of a Good Idea’, Journal of Religious Ethics, 26/2 (1998), 263-8

Charles Villa-Vicencio, A Theology of Reconstruction: Nation-Building and Human Rights: Ch.4-5

Jeremy Waldron, ‘The Image of God: Rights, Reason, Order’ in John Witte Jr & Frank S. Alexander, eds, Christianity and Human Rights: An Introduction, Ch.10 (pp.216-235)

John Webster, ‘The Dignity of Creatures’ in Paul Middleton. Ed., The God of Love and Human Dignity: Festschrift for George Newlands

John Witte, ‘Law, Religion and Human Rights: A Historical Protestant Perspective’, Journal of Religious Ethics, 26/2 (1998), 257-62

Christian Anthropological-ethical categories: Neighbours and enemies

Laurie Johnston. "“Love Your Enemies”—Even in the Age of Terrorism?" Political Theology 6, no. 1 (2005): 87-106

David H. Kelsey, Eccentric Existence: A Theological Anthropology, vol.2, Ch.22

Ian A. McFarland, Difference and Identity: A Theological Anthropology

________, ‘Who is my Neighbour? The Good Samaritan as a Resource for Christian Anthropology’, Modern Theology, 17/1 (2001), 57-66

Jürgen Moltmann, The Power of the Powerless, Ch.7

John Piper, “Love your Enemies”: Jesus’ Love Command in the Synoptic Gospels and the Early Christian Paraenesis

Christine D. Pohl, Making Room: Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition

Joerg Rieger, God and the Excluded: Visions and Blindspots in Contemporary Theology

Donald W. Shriver, An Ethic for Enemies: Forgiveness in Politics

Miroslav Volf, Exclusion and Embrace: A Theological Exploration of Identity, Otherness and Reconciliation

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