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Table of Contents for
Lord and Giver of Life: Toward a Pneumatological Complement to George Lindbeck’s Theory of Doctrine by Jane Barter Moulaison

Acknowledgments

I
The Spirit Who Saves: Pneumatological Efficacy as the Fourth Regulative Principle

Introduction

Three Regulative Principles—and a Fourth

Development of an Argument

Methods and Sources

Conclusion

II
The Spirit of Language: Pneumatology and Theological Discourse

Introduction

The Picture of Theological Language That Holds Us Captive

Overcoming Modern Epistemologies: A Theological Rationale

How Are Doctrines Justified?

Conclusion

III
The Spirit of Truth: Pneumatology and the Apologetical Task

Introduction

Assessing Religious Truth

Assessing Lindbeck’s Account of the Holy Spirit

McGrath’s Critique of Lindbeck

Ad Hoc Apologetics

A Soteriological Epistemology

Conclusion

IV
The Spirit’s Address: Toward a Pneumatological Intratextual Theology

Introduction

Intratextual Theology and the Gospel’s “Untranslatability”

Intentionality

Apophaticism and Pneumatology

Conclusion

V
Life in the Spirit: The Church’s Practices and Mission

Introduction

George Lindbeck’s People-of-God Ecclesiology

A Pneumatological Corrective? Reinhard Hütter’s Proposal

The Holy Spirit and the Church’s Mission: A Patristic Alternative

Conclusion

VI
Staying with Us: The Spirit Between Culture and Kingdom, Language and Word

Aspects of a Conversation

More Than Two Men and a Bird: A Pneumatological Complement to the Cultural-Linguistic Model

Conclusion


Bibliography

Index