Ephraim Radner



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Leviticus

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Hope Among the Fragments: T...

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A Time to Keep: Theology, M...

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The End of the Church: A Pn...

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A Brutal Unity: The Spiritu...

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Time and the Word: Figural ...

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Rule of Faith

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Church

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“...in a modern world that buffers individuals from mortal creaturehood, value is located in the autonomous self and its temporally immanent choices: it is all about what counts as personal fulfillment and authenticity. The generational form of human life— ancestry and heritage, procreation and history across ages—has been replaced with personal sexual construction that is measured by internal goods, not genealogical fruitfulness. The church has unconsciously embraced these transformed values." (Article from The Table, "The Middle Church")”
Ephraim Radner

“The Bible, however, does present a single picture, complex though it is, of at least one human life: the “image of God” that is granted in the creation of Adam and then presented as the created divine power itself, the Son of God, Jesus the Christ.”
Ephraim Radner, A Time to Keep: Theology, Mortality, and the Shape of a Human Life

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