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Looking for Personal Space in the Theology of John Zizioulas

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Three areas of Zizioulas's theology are considered: his doctrine of God, where the weight placed on the causative and unifying primordiality of the Father is considered for its effects on the cohesion of the triune communion; his soteriology, where a sustained ambiguity about the nature of creaturehood as such – given and ‘restricted’ by its beginningness – when coupled with a particular concept of theosis raises concern about the distinct integrity of creation; and his Christology where Zizioulas's preference for the triune relations of origin over the divine economy leads him to a grounding of the being of Christ in his divine hypostasis. In conclusion connections are sketched between these three theologumena and a brief suggestion is offered.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Box 301 Pemberton, British Columbia, V0N 2L0 Canada.

Publication date: 01 October 2006

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