The 19th century German theologian Isaac August Dorner stated that God relates as a person to persons, and does so in a loving way. This influenced, among others, Karl Barth, particularly in his doctrine of God. By concentrating God’s judgment in Christology, no discrimination between humans can exists in such a theology. The present subject seeks ways to articulate both God’s personhood and love, and the judgment this love entails, in ongoing connection to biblical studies. Also, the ramifications of Trinitarian love in anthropology are taken into account, particulary in the Reformed tradition.
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