SOTERIOLOGICAL TRAJECTORIES, EVOLVING MEANING AND CONSTRUCTIVE THEOLOGY

David N. Field

Abstract


This article is an appreciative but critical appraisal of certain themes from Klaus
Nürnberger’s Theology of the Biblical Witness with a focus on its significance for
constructive theology. It analyses his understanding of soteriological trajectories
and underlying streams of meaning and then raises critical questions with regard to
his use of evolutionary theory, the nature of the streams of meaning, the problems of
historical construction and the reduction of the biblical witness to soteriology.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/90-0-1079

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