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God in Himself
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Table of Contents

Series Introduction
Abbreviations
Introduction
1. Theologia within the Divine Economy
2. "Preparation for the School of Grace": The Role of Natural Theology
3. Incarnation in Context: Christology's Place in Theology Proper
4. Theology and Metaphysics Revisited
5. "To whom will you compare me?" Retrieving the (Right) Doctrine of Analogy
Conclusion
Bibliography
Author Index
Subject Index
Scripture Index

About the Author

Steven J. Duby (PhD, University of St Andrews) is associate professor of theology at Grand Canyon University. He is the author of Divine Simplicity: A Dogmatic Account.

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"This is a magisterial book; every Christian theologian should read it. With clarity and charity, Steven Duby cuts through the misunderstandings that have grown up around the doctrine of God. By the end of his book, the treasure of the God who reveals himself in Jesus Christ is shining forth with renewed brilliance, and our speech about him has been purified so as to be fully capable of praise. Duby accomplishes all this by drawing on the patristic and medieval traditions as received and engaged by Reformed thinkers, in conjunction with a broad mastery of modern philosophy, biblical exegesis, and theology. An amazing accomplishment!"--Matthew Levering, James N. and Mary D. Perry Jr. Chair of Theology, Mundelein Seminary
"A seminal work and one of the most compelling restatements of the classical Reformed doctrine of God provided in a generation. This learned work engages with both the Thomistic and Barthian theological legacies simultaneously, while also navigating core challenges from Kantian and analytic philosophical traditions. God, analogy, the immanent Trinity, and the Incarnation are all discussed with sophistication and judicious discernment. This book can serve as a touchstone and exemplar for future projects in Reformed Thomistic thought."--Thomas Joseph White, Thomistic Institute, Angelicum, Rome
"Steven Duby has written a lovely book! He writes with a pastor's heart, showing with great insight the importance of God in Himself in the life of the disciple and for a pilgrim theology. We have much to learn, following Duby's lead, from this neglected but altogether crucial teaching."--Christopher Holmes, associate professor of systematic theology and head of the theology program, University of Otago

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