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Introduction: Spectacle
1. God is Not a Story
and Grammatical Thomism
3. What is Narrative Theology?
4. Some Hints at an Historical Context for Narrative Theology
5. Robert Jenson: Story Thomism
6. Why the Movie Parallel?
The Church as Anonymous Celebrity
1. Introduction: Who Makes the Church?
2. Non-Foundationalism
3. The Hermeneutics of Story Barthianism
4. The Idea of Resurrection as Foundational
5. The Movie Actor
6. The Movie and its Audience
7. Identity Equated to Story
8. The Gospels Are Not Codes
9. If the Church is Everything, Everything is the Church
10. Love Makes the Church
Naming God
1. Method and Content
2. The ‘Why Proof’ of God’s Existence
3. Robert Jenson Gets to the Heart of Grammatical Thomism
4. The Why-Proof as a Contingency CliV-Hanger
6. ‘God’ as One Character Amongst Others
7. On Not Raising the Game
From Theodicy to Melodrama
1. An Unresolved Problem of Evil Makes Life Melodramatic
2. First Steps in Characterizing Melodrama
3. ‘It is a Rare Melodrama that does not have a Villain’39
4. God as Villain in Narrative Readings of the Bible
5. Melodrama: The Aftermath of Tragedy and of Comedy
6. The Logical Necessity of Evil: Story Thomism
7. The Unknowability of God as a Methodological Principle
8. A Jansenist Illustration of Analogy
A Close Run In with Death
1. Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Jacques Louis David
2. Marat TransigniWed
3. The ‘Why’ Question Revisited: The Ontological Distinction
4. Resurrection as Poetic Justice
5. The Natural Desire for God: ‘Religation’
6. An Argument and the Analogy of Natality
Cinematizing the Trinity
1. Introduction: Modalism, Tritheism, and Psychologism
2. What You See is What You Get: Herbert McCabe
3. Three Strategies in Trinitarian Theology
4. Trinitarian Monotheism versus Descriptive Trinitarianism
5. Why Jenson is a Cinematic Modalist
6. God in the Eye of the Camera
7. The Cartoon Trinity: Digitalized Relationships
and Narrative Thomism
9. Monotheistic Trinitarian Theology
Conclusion: A God Who Is Love
1. Futurity
2. Story Thomism as Apocalypticism
3. A God Who Is Love
4. Truth and Personality
5. Dare We Hope that God Exists?
6. From Analogy to Theo-Drama
7. The Eucharistic Church
8. Melodrama or Theo-drama
9. Predestination and Eschatology: ‘Time...must be lived’
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