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Tanner, Horton, and Reformed theology : Theopolitical

A recurring approach to the dilemma of transcendence has been to emphasize the condescension of God over and against both 20th century correlational theologies as well as Barthian thought… Horton argues for a delineated “covenantal” approach to transcendence and immanence. Horton wishes to avoid the dual temptations of Tillichian hyper-immanence… and postmodern hyper-transcendence… Horton critically rejects “Tanner’s emphasis on the incarnation as the elevation of humanity rather than on the condescension of God.”

via Tanner, Horton, and Reformed theology : Theopolitical.

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