Christology is King

Christology is King June 25, 2014

Gradually working my way through Oliver D. Crisp and Fred Sanders (eds) on Christology Ancient and Modern. Thought Crisp and Sanders gave a great opening quote:

“There can be no Christianity without Christ. There can be no Christian doctrine without Christology. And there can be no future for a church that does not take seriously the dogmatic task of thinking through the implications of the biblical and ecclesiastical traditions and what they say about the person and work of Chrsit in order to equip the church for today and tomorrow.”

Oliver D. Crisp and Fred Sanders, “Introduction,” in Christology Ancient and Modern: Explorations in Constructive Dogmatics, eds. O.D. Crisp and F. Sanders (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2013), 13.

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