Analysis Of Kathryn Tanner On Eschatology Or The End

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Kathryn Tanner on Eschatology or “The End” The discussion between theology and science has grown quite large over the last couple of decades. Many people have also discussed from both standpoints on what will happen if we got close to “The End”. Eschatology is though concerned with political and social activism. It is also a major topic in contemporary Christianity. This paper will give you a brief summary of speculations about the “end” of things of Christ. In addition, this paper will take a look at some things based on Eschatology and the concept in which Kathryn Tanner articulates of “The End”. In Jesus, Humanity, and the Trinity: A Brief Systematic Theology, Kathryn Tanner states the reason she wrote this book was to “figure out for…show more content…
In other words, moving forward in history “…contest the idea of morality as a natural fact…inevitability as the end of finite creatures” (pg. 98). With that being said, it is possible that the fate of the future of the world may not only just rest on science hands, but also the effect of God’s work. Some Christians believe that the suffering will continue until Christ returns. On page 99, it states “...The destruction of the world becomes in that crucifixion signaling the death of death by way of divine power”. This, also come to dealing with the moralities of ethics, is based on the concerns for our group of people. To put it in another way, Tanner does not necessarily provides a solution to this potential conflict we may face in the future. At the same time, we should not expect…show more content…
She goes to state on page 108 “Because it runs across the fact of death…There Is a life in the triune God that we possess now and after death...” (pg. 108). In other words, our powers will be “in and through God’s own powers of life” (pg. 108). We will had fulfill our lives and will be closer to God in the afterlife (or when we go up to heaven). God is going to be God, no matter what. And Tanner stands behind the value of God’s perfect divine existence. Also, it states “If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord; so then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lords. (Rom. 14:8, pg. 108). So to put in different words, no matter how we live or how we go out when our lives approaches it’s end, we are still are a part of the Lord and the Lord is a part of us. Moreover, stated on page 118, “Our morality is not changed into immorality after death, mortal bodies replaced by essentially immortal ones”. In short, the morals we have are not changed, but replaced, so to

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