Inhabiting the Cruciform God: Kenosis, Justification, and Theosis in Paul's Narrative Soteriology

Inhabiting the Cruciform God Kenosis Justification and Theosis in Paul s Narrative Soteriology In this groundbreaking study of Paul s soteriology Michael Gorman builds on his influentialCruciformity Paul s Narrative Spirituality of the Cross to argue that cruciformity is at its heart theoform

  • Title: Inhabiting the Cruciform God: Kenosis, Justification, and Theosis in Paul's Narrative Soteriology
  • Author: Michael J. Gorman
  • ISBN: 9780802862655
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this groundbreaking study of Paul s soteriology, Michael Gorman builds on his influentialCruciformity Paul s Narrative Spirituality of the Cross to argue that cruciformity is, at its heart,theoformity what the Christian tradition has called theosis or participation in the life of God A richly synthetic reading of Paul Gorman deftly integrates the results of In this groundbreaking study of Paul s soteriology, Michael Gorman builds on his influentialCruciformity Paul s Narrative Spirituality of the Cross to argue that cruciformity is, at its heart,theoformity what the Christian tradition has called theosis or participation in the life of God A richly synthetic reading of Paul Gorman deftly integrates the results of recent debates about Pauline theology into a powerful constructive account that overcomes unfruitful dichotomies and transcends recent controversies between the New Perspective on Paul and its traditionalist critics Gorman s important book points the way forward for understanding the nonviolent, world transforming character of Paul s gospel Richard B Hays, Duke Divinity School

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    1. In this study of Pauline soteriology, Gorman focuses on Paul's "grand narrative" of kenosis, justification, and theosis as key themes for understanding Paul's view of salvation in Christ. The key text for explicating the narrative is Phil 2:5-11, where the kenosis and exaltation of Christ form the key movements in the description of Christ's incarnation. For Gorman, this narrative is key to understanding Christ, and salvation, and even more, it is key to understanding God. He sets as one of the [...]

    2. This was an interesting read. I agree with his conclusions about theosis and incorporating different analogies of justification together. His view of theosis is that God is revealed to be a God of sacrifice and suffering in the cross, and so his body is likewise to be identified with sacrifice and suffering. These are much needed words for an evangelical community that has harbored an attitude of eye-for-an-eye attitude in the name of justice for far too long. Books like this are refreshing as t [...]

    3. Great insights into a Pauline view of sanctification. The author is clearly able to articulate the message of Paul that soteriology is a holistic practice of theosis. I feel as if the author argument for theosis, as an alternative way of speaking about soteriology, is a new movement in the Wesleyan tradition in talking about imitating Christ. Great book for anyone wishing to fully understand the arguments and insights on the topics of soteriology of sanctification.

    4. The basic claim of this book has been that Paul’s soteriology is best described as theosis, or transformation into the image of the kenotic, cruciform God revealed in the faithful and loving cross of Christ, and that Spirit-enabled theosis is the substance of both justification and holiness. Justification is participatory and transformative, accomplished by co-crucifixion with Christ and embodied as holiness. (p. 161)

    5. The first chapter is 5 stars. The rest is probably worth 3. But it's worth it for the first chapter, which is a brilliant discussion of the Christ hymn in Philippians 2.

    6. I highly recommend Gorman’s book. It might enhance your understanding of God and help you in kingdom-leadership which is servant-leadership. I appreciated the fresh discussion on justification as crucifixion and instead of considering justification by faith alone, thinking of justification by being crucified with Christ.

    7. Chapters 1 and 4, on kenosis and non-violence, is where Gorman really shines in this book. I really enjoyed those chapters. But when it comes to the chapter on justification, the reason for which I bought this book and what he calls the "soul" of this book, things fall short. I like what he's arguing for (I think?), but it's obscured by some very bad writing.Another reviewer, who's Orthodox himself, questioned Gorman's understanding of theosis and falls into the western understanding of things t [...]

    8. Gorman's book is comprised of four parts that convincingly argue1) that Paul's "master story" is one of theosis, i.e Christian participation in the divine life of the Triune God, indistinguishable from kenosis, which2) consists of being justified, collectively (qua Church) and individually, via the resurrected, cruciform Jesus, who revealed what it means to be fully human and fully divine. 3) Holiness is part-and-parcel of this entire process/project, and 4) non-violence is integral to it.

    9. The follow up to Cruciformity. This much smaller book puts the concepts of Theosis and ongoing sanctification into understandable terms. Living the Christ life--"Although this, not this, but this" is the challenge.Reread this for the 4th or 5th time. Always amazed at how well students respond to the material. Have even had some students voluntarily get the book and read it on their own. Hoping it helps them as much as it does me.

    10. Very thoroughI gave this 5 stars because the explanation of justification was so good. It really defines what it means to be crucified with Christ. It was not easy to read. It was very technical at times and often mixed with academic references that the average reader like myself could have done without.

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