First Corinthians 1-2 in Theological Exploration
Christophe Chalamet is associate professor at the University of Geneva. He previously taught at Fordham University as assistant and associate professor. Hans-Christoph Askani is professor of systematic theology at the University of Geneva. He was previously professor of systematic theology at the Institut Protestant de Theologie in Paris, France.
Introduction; 1. Crucifixion as Wisdom - John M. G. Barclay; 2. The Weakness of God - John D. Caputo; 3. On a Road Not Taken - Kellen Plaxco; 4. Maximos the Confessor on the Foolishness of God and the Play of the Word - Andrew Louth; 5. Paul's Refusal of Wisdom in Aquinas's Commentary on 1 Corinthians - Adam Eitel; 6. Election and Providence in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas - Michael T. Dempsey; 7. Luther's Theologia Paradoxa - Gunter Bader; 8. The Cross of Wisdom - Anthony Feneuil; 9. The Wisdom in God's Foolishness - Andrew R. Hay; 10. The Word of the Cross in the Conflict of Interpretive Power - Philipp Stoellger; 11. On Justification and Beyond - Matthias D. Wuthrich; 12. The Foolishness and Wisdom of All God's Ways - Kathryn Tanner; 13. Witnessing to the Cross, Forgetting Human Sin - Henning Theissen; 14. The Cross of Christ and God's Power - Marc Vial; 15. God's Weakness and Power - Christophe Chalamet; 16. The Paradox of Faith - Hans-Christoph Askani; 17. "To Know Nothing Except Jesus Christ, and Him Crucified" - Edwin Chr. van Driel.