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theology of George MacDonald.

Samuel Law Wilson

theology of George MacDonald.

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Published by T,&T. Clark in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • MacDonald, George

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe theology of modern literature.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR4968 W5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 269-318
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20370103M


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Theology. MacDonald published five books on theology, including his epic three-volume Unspoken Michael Phillips writes in his Overview, “all his writing reflects a stupendous underlying truth—that the universe was created by, is ruled by, and will ultimately be reconciled into an eternal unity of purpose by an infinitely good, infinitely loving, infinitely trustworthy, and.

De Jong claims that MacDonald’s theology is essentially “a theology of childhood”. Your reviewer, who has been reading MacDonald for umpteen years, is persuaded that de Jong has made his case. This book is a scholarly achievement of the highest order, and all future work on MacDonald will have to take account of it.

George MacDonald () was writing at a time of Evangelical unease. In a society ravaged by Asiatic cholera, numbed by levels of infant mortality, and fearful of revolution and the toxicity of industry (to name but a few of the many challenges), the "gospel" proclaiming eternal damnation for unbelievers was hardly good news; rather, Christianity was increasingly viewed as the source of Author: John R.

de Jong. George MacDonald: Spiritual Vision and Transformational Theology, as discussed in the Michael Phillips Trilogy: George MacDonald's Spiritual Vision: An Introductory Overview George MacDonald's Transformational Theology of the Christian Faith George MacDonald and the Late Great Hell Debate.

Theology (My complete GMD bio/commentary is here). Bibliography. After having a bad run of fortune as a country preacher for a couple of year early on, George MacDonald.

"It is God who gives thee thy mirror of imagination, and if thou keep it clean, it will give thee back no shadow but of the truth." (George MacDonald, Salted With Fire) George MacDonald's theological vision was vivid, deep-rooted, and influential for later Christian luminaries such as G.

Chesterton and C. Lewis. Yet he eschewed excessively abstract theology of George MacDonald. book and generally expressed /5. This book probes the theological sources of the imagination, which make it a vital tool for knowing and responding to such disclosures. Kerry Dearborn approaches areas of theology and imagination through a focus on the 19th century theologian and writer George MacDonald.

Looking for books by George MacDonald. See all books authored by George MacDonald, including The Princess and the Goblin, and At the Back of the North Wind, and more on   While he reserved a place in his theology for hell (though not an eternal one), George MacDonald was more fascinated with God's triumphant love: "I believe that no man is ever condemned for any.

This book probes the theological sources of the imagination, which make it a vital tool for knowing and responding to such disclosures. Kerry Dearborn approaches areas of theology and imagination through a focus on the nineteenth century theologian and writer George MacDonald.

George MacDonald (–) was writing at a time of Evangelical unease. In a society ravaged by Asiatic cholera, numbed by levels of infant mortality, and fearful of revolution and the toxicity of industry (to name but a few of the many challenges), the “gospel” proclaiming eternal damnation for unbelievers was hardly good news; rather, Christianity was increasingly viewed as the Format: Paperback.

If one want's to understand C.S. Lewis, particularly his thoughts on imagination and theology, one must read George MacDonald.

And if you want to maximize your understanding of George MacDonald, you must read Michael Phillips. This book on "Unspoken Sermons" is essential to any serious student of MacDonald or Lewis.5/5(2). This book probes the theological sources of the imagination, which make it theology of George MacDonald.

book vital tool for knowing and responding to such disclosures. Kerry Dearborn approaches areas of theology and imagination through a focus on the nineteenth century theologian and writer George : Kerry Dearborn. Author George MacDonald was born Decem in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and died Septem in Surrey, England.

His father (who was a farmer) was part of the MacDonalds of Glen Coe and comes from a family that suffered in the massacre of This book sheds light on the challenging theology of nineteenth-century Scottish writer George MacDonald concerning the true meaning of the Atonement, the purpose of trials and suffering, the nature of the unpardonable sin, hope for growth, and death.

Under consideration is Thomas Hooker's "Poor Doubting Christian Drawn unto Christ" on the redemption of Joan Drake and its influence on. Lewis would come to consider George MacDonald to be his spiritual "master." In fact, Lewis edited and published an anthology of MacDonald's work.

George MacDonald () was a Scottish writer and minister. During his time MacDonald was mostly known for his Gothic novels.

MacDonald was a good friend and mentor to Lewis Carroll. George MacDonald (10 December – 18 September ) was a Scottish author, poet and Christian minister.

He was a pioneering figure in the field of modern fantasy literature and the mentor of fellow writer Lewis addition to his fairy tales, MacDonald wrote several works of Christian theology, including several collections of tion: Minister, writer (poet, novelist).

George MacDonald's Theology MacDonald's theological views were unorthodox, particularly to modern eyes, although he has famous precursors in the history of Christian thought.

Many of his ideas have, however, been filtered and refined through the writings of C.S. Lewis thus making them more accessible to a wider audience. Product Information. George MacDonald () was writing at a time of Evangelical unease. In a society ravaged by Asiatic cholera, numbed by levels of infant mortality, and fearful of revolution and the toxicity of industry (to name but a few of the many challenges), the ""gospel"" proclaiming eternal damnation for unbelievers was hardly good news; rather, Christianity was increasingly.

The Theology of George MacDonald [John de Jong] is 20% off every day at George MacDonald (–) was writing at a time of Evangelical unease. In a society ravaged by Asiatic cholera, numbed by levels of infant.

The first of the essays, “George MacDonald in the Age of the Incarnation,” considers the way in which MacDonald’s theology privileged the incarnation over the atonement, and the impact that this emphasis had on his fictional work––particularly his works of fantasy.

George MacDonald's Transformational Theology of the Christian Faith: Sermons of Prophetic Vision George MacDonald was also an influential and visionary theologian. Now MacDonald scholar and biographer Michael Phillips presents a collection of the author&’s sermons, expertly edited for modern readers and accompanied by the original texts Pages: Get this from a library.

The theology of George MacDonald: the child against the vampire of fundamentalism. [John R De Jong] -- "George MacDonald () was writing at a time of Evangelical unease. In a society ravaged by Asiatic cholera, numbed by levels of infant mortality, and fearful of revolution and the toxicity of.

Introduction: the baptized imagination and theology --Calvinist and Celtic: MacDonald's context and early influence --Classical and literary influences on MacDonald's life and thought --British theological influences --MacDonald's theology of the imagination --Imagination and theological transformation --Renewed vision of humanity --Renewed.

Waking the Dead: George MacDonald as Philosopher, Mystic, and Apologist — The Works of George MacDonald As one who has been roused to life by George MacDonald, I was eagerly awaiting this book, and am happy to report the author delivers on each of his promises, and in fine style.

David Jasper, University of Glasgow “This is a book about children and other serious things—haunted childhoods, death, and mystical theology. It reveals George MacDonald as far more than the Victorian genius of C. Lewis, but a major Scottish writer and, in his way, a serious religious thinker.

The Theology of George MacDonald: The Child Against the Vampire of Fundamentalism. I am please to announce that my new book—The Theology of George MacDonald: The Child Against the Vampire of Fundamentalism—is now can preview it here at Pickwick Publications or click here for the Amazon you are interested in the story of how it came to be written, read on.

George MacDonald () was writing at a time of Evangelical unease. In a society ravaged by Asiatic cholera, numbed by levels of infant mortality, and fearful of revolution and the toxicity of industry (to name but a few of the many challenges), the "gospel" proclaiming eternal damnation for unbelievers was hardly good news; rather, Christianity was increasingly viewed as the source of.

Kerry Dearborn is professor emerita of theology at Seattle Pacific University and author of Baptized Imagination: The Theology of George MacDonald "This important book not only builds a case for an apologetics that takes 'the imaginative content of belief seriously,' but is itself a marvelous exercise of the theological imagination.

Transformational Theology of the Christian Faith By Michael Phillips In what he considers one of his most significant contributions to the legacy of George MacDonald, Michael Phillips here presents the complete panorama of George MacDonald’s four books of sermons in a single volume.

Theology for the Sake of God’s Children: Observations on George MacDonald’s Theology in his Unspoken Sermons Thomas Gerold acDonald’s attitude towards theology seems to be an unsolvable riddle.

On the one hand he appears to attack it as much as he can, on the other he is a deep-thinking theologian, who worked on great theological topics such. Nineteenth century author, poet, theologian and pastor George MacDonald (), influenced many authors and theologians after him, including C.S.

Lewis, who wrote the following concerning MacDonald in the introduction to his book, George MacDonald: An Anthology: "This collection was designed not to revive MacDonald's literary reputation but to spread his religious. The little bookstore on the web selling George MacDonald, Michael Phillips, CS Lewis and other indispensable books by men and women who inspire us to know and love the Father.

George MacDonald View all (65) Die theologische Anthropologie bei George MacDonald, Münster: Lit, ISBN (A study of MacDonald's theology). George MacDonald Selections From His Greatest Works, compiled by David L. Neuhouser, published by Victor Press ISBN ; Wingfold.

A journal "Celebrating the works of George MacDonald". Published by Born: Decem () Huntly, Scotland. George Macdonald's theology I absolutely admire, even though I disagree with his Universalism. His Unspoken Sermons were challenging and very powerful. spoke very highly of this work, and I certainly see why.

George Macdonald rejects cold intellectualism and the theology which portrays God. Indeed, MacDonald imbued theological weight through childlike lightheartedness.

Gabelman ably reveals in MacDonald's writings a bridge between playfulness and seriousness in the modern imagination. George MacDonald delivers a balanced reading of its subject that ultimately lends a new theological and literary weight to whimsy. George MacDonald: Scotland’s Beloved Storyteller (book by Michael R.

Phillips) George MacDonald in the Pulpit (book edited by J. Joseph Flynn and David Edwards) Essays on C.S. Lewis and George.

George MacDonald () was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister who was a pioneering figure in the field of fantasy literature. A mentor to Lewis Carroll and a major influence on writers from C.

Lewis to J. Tolkien, MacDonald’s best-known books are Phantastes, The Princess and the Goblin, At the Back of the North. theology of the Reformation and George MacDonald’s own theology seem to be almost a contradiction. Yet this is an oversimplified view of this matter.

In this essay I want to show first that the reformers in the 16th century—especially Martin Luther— and MacDonald had on the one hand, at least in part, different theological. The originality of George MacDonald has also a historical significance, which perhaps can best be estimated by comparing him with his great countryman Carlyle.

It is a measure of the very real power and even popularity of Puritanism in Scotland that Carlyle never lost the Puritan mood even when he lost the whole of the Puritan theology.

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