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Fortunately, the Orthodox Christian East has always succeeded in avoiding the tragic pitfall of considering any human institution, or even any human formulation of Christian dogma as being absolute and infallible as such. Indeed, even Scripture is God's word, but spoken by human beings, so that the living Truth which it contains must be understood not. only in its literal meaning but also through the power of the Spirit, which inspired the authors and continues to inspire the faithful within the body of the Church.
35. Ibid. 36. Ibid. 37. , 1:14. Cf. Karl Barth's claim that prayer (specifically, the "Our Father") keeps the God of the Gospel at the beginning of all theological thinking. "This is why it is imperative to recognize the essence of theology as lying in the liturgical action of adoration, thanksgiving, and petition. " Barth, "The Gift of Freedom: Foundation of Evangelical Ethics ," in The Humanity of God (Richmond: John Knox Press, 1960), 89-90. 38. Jenson, Systematic Theology, 1:23. 39. , 1:25.
Leith, Basic Christian Doctrine, 13,noting Wainwright, Doxology, 218-83. ] 28. Leith, Basic Christian Doctrine, 19. 29. , 18. 30. , 166. 31. , 166-69. THE LEX ORANDI IN RECENT PROTESTANT THEOLOGY 23 32. , 170 and 256. 33. Leith does note the baptismal formula as containing the doctrine of the Trinity before that doctrine's conciliar clarification (p. 46), even if he does not discuss the logical or material connections between baptismal practice and trinitarian teaching. , pp. 95, 152, 196, and 215) or to patterns of prayer (pp.
Ecumenical Theology in Worship, Doctrine, and Life: Essays Presented to Geoffrey Wainwright on his Sixtieth Birthday by David S. Cunningham, Ralph Del Colle, Lucas Lamadrid