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Examples of "christology"
"The Christology of Matthew." "Review & Expositor" 59 (1962) 457-468.
Historically, many scholars have followed the Adoptionists' Carolingian opponents in labeling Spanish Adoptionism as a minor revival of “Nestorian” Christology. John C. Cavadini has challenged this notion by attempting to take the Spanish Christology in its own Spanish/North African context in his study, "The Last Christology of the West: Adoptionism in Spain and Gaul, 785–820".
Historically, many scholars have followed the Adoptionists' Carolingian opponents in labeling Spanish Adoptionism as a minor revival of “Nestorian” Christology. John C. Cavadini has challenged this notion by attempting to take the Spanish Christology in its own Spanish/North African context in his important study, "The Last Christology of the West: Adoptionism in Spain and Gaul, 785-820".
Global Justice, Christology and Christian Ethics, Cambridge University Press, 2013
The term "monastic Christology" has been used to describe spiritual approaches developed by Anselm of Canterbury, Peter Abelard and Bernard of Clairvaux. The Franciscan piety of the 12th and 13th centuries led to "popular Christology". Systematic approaches by theologians, such as Thomas Aquinas, are called "scholastic Christology".
Roman Catholic theologians have also explored the interwoven natures of Mariology and Christology. Pope Benedict XVI characterized the relationship by stating that "Christology and Mariology are inseparably interwoven" from their very beginnings. In his view Mariology underscores the nexus of the mysteries of Christology and ecclesiology, and reflects they are intrinsically interwoven.
Some Christians, notably Roman Catholics, view Mariology as a key component of Christology. In this view, not only is Mariology a logical and necessary consequence of Christology, but without it, Christology is incomplete, since the figure of Mary contributes to a fuller understanding of who Christ is and what he did.
ANCESTOR CHRISTOLOGY: A CHRISTIAN EVALUATION OF THE ANCESTRAL CULT ...
Cardinal Kasper has published 15 books on subjects related to theology and Christology.
Kärkkäinen has written textbooks offering global introductions to pneumatology, ecclesiology, and christology.
On the general basis of the Chalcedonian christology and following the
Christology was a fundamental concern from the First Council of Nicaea (325) until the Third Council of Constantinople (680). In this time period, the Christological views of various groups within the broader Christian community led to accusations of heresy, and, infrequently, subsequent religious persecution. In some cases, a sect's unique Christology is its chief distinctive feature, in these cases it is common for the sect to be known by the name given to its Christology.
33. The Christology of Babai the Great and the Non-Catholic East Syrians or "Nestorians"
1978 “Wisdom Christology in Q,” Laval théologique et philosophique 34:2 (1978): 129–47.
Georges-Mathieu de Durand ( -1997) was a Canadian Dominican specialized in patristics and Christology.
rejected him. But in order to refute him, Babai the Great clarified the Christology of the
The epistle casts Jesus as both exalted Son and high priest, a unique dual Christology.
The concept of "Cosmic Christology", first elaborated by Saint Paul, focuses on how the arrival of Jesus as the Son of God forever changed the nature of the cosmos. The terms "functional", "ontological" and "soteriological" have been used to refer to the perspectives that analyze the "works", the "being" and the "salvific" standpoints of Christology. Some essential sub-topics within the field of Christology include the incarnation, the resurrection, and salvation.
Falcao, Nelson. "Christology in the Writings of Narayan Vaman Tilak (1861-1919)." "Jeevadhara" 38 (2008) 223-231.
"Effective Faith: A Critical Study of the Christology of Juan Luis Segundo." University Press of America (1994).