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This front matter section of the book Creation and Redemption contains a table of contents, a short list of abbreviations, and a preface. The relation between creation and redemption has been problematical for some time in theology and biblical interpretation. The mediatorship of Christ in redemption has claimed the center of attention with the result that no corresponding amount of labor has been expended on the problem of the relation between Christ and creation. God's redemptive action pre-supposes the creation, includes the creation, and is undertaken in face of the reality of evil, which latter cannot prevail because of Jesus' lordship through his mediation in the works of creation and redemption.

Keywords: biblical interpretation; Christ; creation; redemption



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