Life in the Spirit: Trinitarian Grammar and Pneumatic Community in Hegel and Augustine (Paperback)

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Language: English . Brand New Book. Since the nineteenth century, many philosophical and theological commentators have sought to trace lines of continuity between the Trinitarian thought of Augustine of Hippo (354-430) and G. W. F. Hegel (1770-1831). Many contemporary Christian theologians have also criticized Augustine s Trinitarian theology generally and his doctrine of the Holy Spirit more specifically through this historical lens. At the same time, Hegelian Trinitarian conceptual dynamics have come to exert a strong influence over contemporary Trinitarian theology. In Life in the Spirit, Douglas Finn seeks to redress several imbalances with respect to Augustine, imbalances that have one of their hermeneutic causes in a Hegelian-influenced theological tradition. Finn argues that common readings of Augustine focus too much on his De Trinitate, books 8-15, betraying a modern-and to some extent Hegelian-prejudice against considering sermons and biblical commentaries serious theological work. This broadening of Augustinian texts allows Finn to critique readings of Augustine that, on the one hand, narrow his Trinitarian theology to the so-called psychological analogy and thus chart him on a path to Descartes and Hegel, or, on the other hand, suggest he sacrifices a theology of the Trinitarian persons on the altar of divine substance. Augustine s Trinitarian theology on Finn s reading is one fully engaged with God s work in history. With this renewed understanding of Augustine s Trinitarianism, Finn allows Augustine to interrogate Hegel with his concerns rather than only the other way around. In this ambitious study, Finn shows that Hegel s rendition of Christianity systematically obviates whole swaths of Christian prayer and practice. He does this nonpolemically, carefully, and with meticulous attention to the texts of both great thinkers. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Since the nineteenth century many philosophical and theological commentators have sought to trace lines of continuity between the Trinitarian thought of Augustine of Hippo 354 430 and G W F Hegel 1770 1831 Many contemporary Christian theologians have also criticized Augustine s Trinitarian theology generally and his doctrine of the Holy Spirit more specifically through this historical lens At the same time Hegelian Trinitarian conceptual dynamics have come to exert a strong influence over contemporary Trinitarian theology In Life in the Spirit Douglas Finn seeks to redress several imbalances with respect to Augustine imbalances that have one of their hermeneutic causes in a Hegelian influenced theological tradition Finn argues that common readings of Augustine focus too much on his De Trinitate books 8 15 betraying a modern and to some extent Hegelian prejudice against considering sermons and biblical commentaries serious theological work This broadening of Augustinian texts allows Finn to critique readings of Augustine that on the one hand narrow his Trinitarian theology to the so called psychological analogy and thus chart him on a path to Descartes and Hegel or on the other hand suggest he sacrifices a theology of the Trinitarian persons on the altar of divine substance Augustine s Trinitarian theology on Finn s reading is one fully engaged with God s work in history With this renewed understanding of Augustine s Trinitarianism Finn allows Augustine to interrogate Hegel with his concerns rather than only the other way around In this ambitious study Finn shows that Hegel s rendition of Christianity systematically obviates whole swaths of Christian prayer and practice He does this nonpolemically carefully and with meticulous attention to the texts of both great thinkers Life in the Spirit is a timely work filling a real need in contemporary theological and philosophical thought Douglas Finn shows that Augustine s Trinitarian

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