Creation, Eschaton, and Ethics: The Ethical Significance of the Creation-Eschaton Relation in the Thought of Emil Brunner and Jürgen Moltmann
P. Lang (1991)
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|Keywords||Christian ethics History Creation History of doctrines Eschatology History of doctrines|
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