The mediator, a study of the central doctrine of the Christian faith [by] Emil Brunner. Translated by Olive Wyon.


Philadelphia, Westminster Press [1947] .

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Standard Title Mittler. English
Subjects Atonement.
Christologie.
Christology.
Jesus Christ -- Person and offices.
Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christus.
Mittler.
Offenbarung.
Revelation.
Description 623 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1947]
Notes "The first edition of Der Mittler appeared in 1927; the second edition ... was published in 1932. The present translation has been made from the text of the second edition."--Translator's note.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The distinction between general and special revelation -- The obliteration of this distinction in modern theology -- The modern conception of Christ -- The reason for the distinction: the assertion of unbroken unity -- The depth of the distinction: the interpretation of the problem of evil -- The Christian faith and historical research -- The divine word -- The divine nature. Appendix: The modern interpretation of the dogma of the divine nature of Christ -- The divine person -- The self-movement of God -- The eternal basis and the temporal event of the incarnation -- The fact of the incarnation -- The significance of the humanity of Christ -- The historical figure of the God-man. Appendix: The "mythology" of Christianity -- The person and the work of Christ -- The person and teaching of Christ -- The necessity for reconciliation -- The penal theory of the atonement -- The expiatory sacrifice -- The mediator -- The atonement. Appendix: Concerning the supposed contradiction between Paulinism and the message of Jesus -- The hidden king -- The king manifested -- Conclusion: Confessing Christ; Believing in Christ; Following Christ.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)817758
(OCoLC)ocm00817758
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Brunner, Emil, 1889-1966.
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