Discipleship and Imagination: Christian Tradition and Truth

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Index
Abou-El-Haj, B. 74
Abrams, M. H. 372
Adam 115see also Eve
Adamik, T. 310
adiaphora295
Aelred of Rievaulx 77 , 78
Aethelwold 246
Akathistos hymn 245
Akedah397-8
Alan of Lille 369
Albertz, R. 299
Albrecht, R. 83
Alexander VI 154
Ali, A. Y. 200
alienation: see distance
Alison, J. 157 , 158
Allchin, A. M. 284
Altieri, C. 353
Ambrose 212 , 242 , 281
anawim235
Andrewes, L. 49 , 56
anger 201-2 , 207
Anglicanism 327-30 , 334-5
Anne 246-50 , 403-4 , 416
anointings 40-3
Anselm 46 , 132 , 251
Anthony of Egypt 78
Antichrist 151 , 154-5see also Satan
Antioch encounter 305-6 , 311
apocalyptic 105-10see also Revelation, book of
apocalyptic sublime 155-6
Apollinaris 318 , 320
apostle 296 , 308 , 309
apostola apostolorum54
Aquinas 115-16 , 119 , 120 , 121 , 127 , 210-11 , 264 , 273 , 328 , 378
L'Arche 30
Archer, L. J. 16
Arianism 68
Ariès, P. 137
Aristotle 362
Arius 318 , 319-20 , 323 , 334 , 403-4
Armour, P. 338
art 373-84 , 400-1see also under individual artists, and chapter themes
ascension 127see also heaven
Ashley, K. 247
Ashton, J. 237
Aske, G. 240
Askew, P. 283
assumption 278-87
Astley, J. v , 146
Athanasius 78 , 149 , 263 , 318 , 320
Atkinson, C. W. 256
atonement 68 , 213 , 251
Auden, W. H. 164 , 170 , 284 , 370 , 371
Augustine 25 , 66-7 , 115-16 , 118 , 126 , 151 , 178 , 213 , 245 , 312 , 347 , 378
Austen, J. 360
authority 291-2 , 308-17 , 330-5 , 356see also conflict , revelation
Autun 142-3
Bacon, F. 343 , 384
Baer, K. E. von 232
Baillie, D. M. 82
Baker, S. 168
Balaam 202
Baldung, H. 28
Balthasar, H. U. von 109 , 112 , 274-8 , 341 , 378-9
Balzac, H. de 359-60

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  • Discipleship and Imagination iii
  • Preface v
  • Abbreviations vi
  • Contents vii
  • List of Plates viii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One Appropriating Christ for the Present 5
  • 1: Valuing and Prostituting Women 11
  • 2: Pattern and Particular 62
  • 3: Heaven and the Defeat of the Beast 102
  • Part Two the Impact of Changing Experience 173
  • 4: Job and Innocent Suffering 177
  • 5: Mary and Virgin Promise 226
  • Part Three Truth and Authority 289
  • 6: Apostolicity and Conflict 293
  • 7: Posing Pilate's Question 343
  • Index 425
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