Image Of God In An Image Driven Age

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Acknowledgments
Introduction
Beth Felker Jones And Jeffrey W. Barbeau
Zola, Imago Dei, On Her First Birthday
Jill Pelaez Baumgaertner
Whiteout
Brett Foster

Part I: Canon
1. “In The Image Of God He Created Them”: How Genesis 1:26-27 Defines The Divine-Human Relationship And Why It Matters
Catherine McDowell
2. Poised Between Life And Death: The Imago Dei After Eden
William A. Dyrness
3. “True Righteousness And Holiness”: The Image Of God In The New Testament
Craig L. Blomberg

Part II: Culture
4. Uncovering Christ: Sexuality In The Image Of The Invisible God
Timothy R. Gaines And Shawna Songer Gaines
5. Culture Breaking: In Praise Of Iconoclasm
Matthew J. Milliner
6. Carrying The Fire, Bearing The Image: Theological Reflections On Cormac McCarthy’s The Road
Christina Bieber Lake

Part III: Vision
7. What Does It Mean To See Someone? Icons And Identity
Ian A. McFarland
8. Image, Spirit And Theosis: Imaging God In An Image-Distorting World
Daniela C. Augustine
9. The God Of Creative Address: Creation, Christology And Ethics
Janet Soskice

Part IV: Witness
10. The Sin Of Racism: Racialization Of The Image Of God
Soong-Chan Rah
11. Witnessing In Freedom: Resisting Commodification Of The Image
Beth Felker Jones
12. The Storm Of Images: The Image Of God In Global Faith
Philip Jenkins

Epilogue
List Of Contributors
Index

Additional Info
Whether on the printed page, the television screen or the digital app, we live in a world saturated with images. Some images help shape our understanding of ourselves and the world around us in positive ways, while others lead us astray and distort our relationships. Christians confess that human beings have been created in the image of God, yet we chose to rebel against that God and so became unfaithful bearers of God’s image. The good news of the gospel is that Jesus, who is the image of God, restores the divine image in us, partially now and fully in the day to come. The essays collected in The Image of God in an Image Driven Age explore the intersection of theology and culture. With topics ranging across biblical exegesis, the art gallery, Cormac McCarthy, racism, sexuality and theosis, the contributors to this volume offer a unified vision-ecumenical in nature and catholic in spirit-of what it means to be truly human and created in the divine image in the world today. This collection from the 2015 Wheaton Theology Conference includes contributions by Daniela C. Augustine, Craig L. Blomberg, William A. Dyrness, Timothy R. Gaines and Shawna Songer Gaines, Phillip Jenkins, Beth Felker Jones, Christina Bieber Lake, Catherine McDowell, Ian A. McFarland, Matthew J. Milliner, Soong-Chan Rah and Janet Soskice, as well as original poems by Jill Pelaez Baumgaertner and Brett Foster.

Description

SKU (ISBN): 9780830851201
Editor: Beth Jones | Editor: Jeffrey Barbeau
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: 2016
Publisher: InterVarsity Press

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