Journal of Pentecostal Th eology 19 (2010) 183–189 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/174552510X526197 brill.nl/pent A Review of Terence E. Fretheim’s God and World in the Old Testament: A Relational Th eolog y of Creation Robert Stallman * Northwest University, P.O. Box 579 Kirkland, WA 98083-0579 USA email@example.com Abstract Terence Fretheim’s God and World in the Old Testament is a signiﬁ cant contribution to an emerg- ing conversation about the role of creation in biblical theology. Th is review essay summarizes the nature and scope of Fretheim’s work on this topic within the Old Testament. It then oﬀ ers a positive assessment of Fretheim’s care to relate creational and redemptive strands of theological reﬂ ection as well as his sensitivity to exegetical and literary features of the texts he has chosen to consider. Th e essay concludes with three issues I regard as essential for continuing reﬂ ection and exploration. Keywords Terence E. Fretheim , creation , relational theology , redemption I am deeply appreciative for the opportunity to read and respond to Professor Fretheim’s book. 1 Th e nature and scope of the project is impressive, the fruit of a lifetime of biblical and theological
Journal of Pentecostal Theology – Wolters Kluwer Health
Published: Jan 1, 2010
Keywords: RELATIONAL THEOLOGY; TERENCE E. FRETHEIM; REDEMPTION; CREATION
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