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Tracing the Triple Helix: The Reformed and Ecumenical Shape of David Kelsey’s Theological Anthropology

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Abstract David Kelsey develops a theological anthropology in Eccentric Existence whose structure proves distinctly Reformed, though in a methodologically innovative way. Precisely this “Reformed” structure serves to open up ecumenically fruitful dimensions to his constructive proposal. After providing in broad strokes a sketch of the dense yet expansive theological anthropology advanced in Eccentric Existence, this essay homes in on a key image Kelsey implements to represent the shape of his account of human being, namely the image of the triple helix, by introducing its methodological underpinnings and basic structure. It then uses this image as a lens by which to bring into focus the unique location of Eccentric Existence in the larger contexts of Kelsey’s work and the Reformed and ecumenical Christian traditions.

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Abstract David Kelsey develops a theological anthropology in Eccentric Existence whose structure proves distinctly Reformed, though in a methodologically innovative way. Precisely this “Reformed” structure serves to open up ecumenically fruitful dimensions to his constructive proposal. After providing in broad strokes a sketch of the dense yet expansive theological anthropology advanced in Eccentric Existence, this essay homes in on a key image Kelsey implements to represent the shape of his account of human being, namely the image of the triple helix, by introducing its methodological underpinnings and basic structure. It then uses this image as a lens by which to bring into focus the unique location of Eccentric Existence in the larger contexts of Kelsey’s work and the Reformed and ecumenical Christian traditions.

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2012-01-01
2016-12-03

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