List of Contributors Francesca Aran Murphy: Introduction Section I: The Bible 1: Paul Mankowski, S.J.: Language, Truth, and Logos 2: Olivier-Thomas Venard, O.P.: Christology from the Old Testament to the New 3: Gregory Glazov: Jewish Suffering and Christology in Pauline and Recent Papal Thought 4: Richard Bauckham: The Gospels as Testimony to Jesus Christ: A Contemporary View of their Historical Value 5: Michael J. Gorman: The Work of Christ in the New Testament 6: Markus Bockmuehl: The Gospels on the Presence of Jesus Section II: Patristic Christology 7: Khaled Anatolios: Christology in the Fourth Century 8: Brian E. Daley, S.J.: Antioch and Alexandria: Christology as Reflection on God's Presence in History 9: Andrew Louth: Christology in the East from the Council of Chalcedon to John Damascene 10: Norman Russell: The Work of Christ in Patristic Theology Section III: Mediaeval Christology 11: Aidan Nichols, O.P.: Image Christology in the Age of the Second Council of Nicaea (787) 12: Gabriel Said Reynolds: The Islamic Christ 13: David S. Hogg: Christology: The Cur Deus Homo 14: Alison Milbank: Seeing Double: The Crucified Christ in Western Medieval Art 15: Joseph Wawrykow: The Christology of Thomas Aquinas in its Scholastic Context 16: Rik van Nieuwenhove: Late Mediaeval Atonement Theologies Section IV: Reformation and Christology 17: Brian Lugioyo: Martin Luther's Eucharistic Christology 18: Randall C. Zachman: The Christology of John Calvin 19: Mark W. Elliott: Christology in the Seventeenth Century 20: Kevin Hector: Christology after Kant 21: Philip G. Ziegler: The Historical Jesus and Christology from David Friedrich Strauss to Ksemann Section V: Modern and Postmodern Christology 22: Troy A. Stefano: Christology from Lessing to Schleiermacher 23: Troy A. Stefano: Christology after Schleiermacher: Three Twentieth-Century Christologists 24: Raymond Gawronski: Knowing about Jesus, Knowing Jesus: Christology and Spirituality 25: K. K. Yeo: Chinese Christologies: Images of Christ and Chinese Cultures 26: Michele M. Schumacher: Feminist Christologies 27: Diane B. Stinton: Jesus Christ, Living Water in Africa Today 28: Bruce McCormack: Kenoticism in Modern Christology Section VI: Imagining the Son of God in Modernity 29: Calvin Stapert: Images of Christ in Post-Enlightenment Oratorios 30: Robert Barron: Christ in Cinema: The Evangelical Power of the Beautiful 31: Rowan Williams: Imaging Christ in Literature 32: Laurence S. Cunningham: Christ in Art from the Baroque to the Present Section VII: The Grammar of Christology: Christological Norms 33: Robert J. Wo'zniak: The Christological Prism: Christology as Methodological Principle 34: Simon Gathercole: The Christ of the Canonical Gospels and the Christs of the Apocryphal Gospels 35: Thomas G. Weinandy, O. F. M., Cap.: The Doctrinal Significance of The Councils of Nicea, Ephesus, and Chalcedon 36: Kenneth Oakes: Normative Protestant Christology 37: Gilbert Narcisse: What Makes a Christology Catholic? 38: Gavin D'Costa: Christology and World religions: A Systematic Perspective 39: John Webster: The Place of Christology in Systematic Theology 40: Francesca Aran Murphy: Afterword: The Breadth of Christology: The Beautiful Work of Christ
Francesca Aran Murphy is Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Notre Dame. She is the author of numerous books, including Christ the Form of Beauty (T&T Clark), God is Not a Story (Oxford University Press) and a theological commentary on I Samuel (Brazos).
The Oxford Handbook of Christology is a must-have for students of
the Bible and theology desiring an update in the main defining area
of Christian faith and scholarship. * Tomas Bokedal, Journal for
the Study of the New Testament *
This is indeed a beautiful book, which reflects the beauty of Christ himself. * Gerald O'Collins, Journal of Theological Studies *
I found this book most helpful. There is plenty of material for those with a theological interest in Christology. * Dr Pravin Thevathasan, Christendom Awake *