A dogmatics for every occasion

I chuckled when I read this by Ben Myers:

An imaginative dogmatics: Origen, De principiis
A majestic dogmatics: Calvin, Institutes
An informative dogmatics: Donald Bloesch, “Christian Foundations”
An encyclopaedic dogmatics: Pannenberg, Systematic Theology
An intricate dogmatics: Schleiermacher, The Christian Faith
A patient dogmatics: Thomas Aquinas, Summa theologiae
A deep dogmatics: Tillich, Systematic Theology
A legalistic dogmatics: W. G. T. Shedd, Dogmatic Theology
A dogmatics for worshippers: Geoffrey Wainwright, Doxology
A dogmatics for the oppressed: Gutiérrez, A Theology of Liberation
A dogmatics for theorists: D. B. Hart, The Beauty of the Infinite
A cultural dogmatics: Langdon Gilkey, Message and Existence
A boring dogmatics: Louis Berkhof, Systematic Theology
An energetic dogmatics: Robert Jenson, Systematic Theology
A sleep-inducing dogmatics: Charles Hodge, Systematic Theology
A nightmare-inducing dogmatics: Herman Hoeksema, Reformed Dogmatics
A traditional dogmatics: Thomas Oden, Systematic Theology
An untraditional dogmatics: Gordon Kaufman, Systematic Theology
A cheerful dogmatics: Barth, Church Dogmatics
A mystical dogmatics: Matthias Scheeben, Mysteries of Christianity

By the way, I want to support Ben’s own dogmatics which I thought was pretty good.

A blogger’s dogmatics Ben Myers,Theology for Beginners
if you are hungry read on …
1. Faith
2. Theology
3. GospelGospel
4. Israel
5. Jesus
6. Crucifixion
7. Resurrection

8. Triunity
9. Election

10. Creation
11. Creatures
12. Humans

13. Deity
14. Descent
15. Ascent

16. Spirit
17. Church
18. Freedom
19. Forgiveness
20. Mission

21. Completion
22. Glorification

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