• Birthpangs of the New Creation: Judgment Unto Salvation in the Book of Revelation

      Ansell, Nicholas; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2015-01)
    • Creational Man / Eschatological Woman: a Future for Theology

      Ansell, Nicholas; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2006-05-26)
    • "In the Embrace of Absolute Life": A Reading of Christology and Selfhood in Michel Henry's "Christian Trilogy"

      Ansell, Nicholas; Vanderleek, Ethan P.; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2016-04)
      Michel Henry (1922-2002) was a leading 20th century French philosopher in the school of phenomenology. The final three books of his career focus on explicitly Christian themes and texts, and these books are now known as his “Christian trilogy”. This essay focuses on this trilogy in an exposition of Henry’s Christology, his concept of the Self, and how Christology and selfhood relate to each other. The exposition of Henry’s thought on this issue is stated in the following thesis, broken into three sections: 1) God always reveals himself as Christ 2) who reveals the Truth of the Self, 3) this revelation being identical with salvation. Said again, 1) God’s Revelation is always God’s self-revelation in Christ, and is never separate from 2) the human condition of the Self as a Son of God, and this condition is never separate from 3) salvation. Revelation, selfhood, and salvation. This essay is largely expository but several constructive attempts are made to apply Henry’s philosophy of Christianity to key theological themes, namely atonement, pneumatology, and ecclesiology.
    • On (Not) Accepting Reality: Introducing The Annihilation of Hell

      Ansell, Nicholas; Institute for Christian Studies (CPRSE, 2015-05-27)
    • On (Not) Obeying the Sabbath: Reading Jesus Reading Scripture

      Ansell, Nicholas; Institute for Christian Studies (Brill, 2011)
    • Perspective vol. 49 no. 1 (June 2015)

      Strauss, Gideon; Blomberg, Doug; Sweetman, Robert; Hoff, Shannon; Kuipers, Ronald A.; Guthrie-McNaughton, Isabella; Witvoet, Bert; Ansell, Nicholas; Institute for Christian Studies (Institute for Christian Studies, 2015-06)
    • Re-Imagining the Whore: An Intertextual and Intratextual Feminist Reading of Revelation's Woma/en.

      Bott, Ruth; Institute for Christian Studies; Ansell, Nicholas (2015-05-31)
    • Trading Hell for Hope: An Interview with Nicholas Ansell

      Johnson, Matthew E.; Ansell, Nicholas; Institute for Christian Studies (2014-02)
      Nicholas Ansell’s teaching and research focus on several areas of systematic and biblical theology, notably Christology, eschatology, Old Testament wisdom thinking, and the theology of gender. He has an ongoing interest in the phenomenology of revelation and the spirituality of existence. His new book, The Annihilation of Hell: Universal Salvation and the Redemption of Time in the Eschatology of Jürgen Moltmann, was released in North America in October 2013 and exposits the work of Moltmann on the topic of hell and universalism for anyone who is interested in theology, scholar or otherwise. He has also written several articles on the topic including this one [http://theotherjournal.com/2009/04/20/hell-the-nemesis-of-hope/]in The Other Journal.
    • The Walking Dead Meets the Resurrection

      Ansell, Nicholas; Institute for Christian Studies (CPRSE, 2015-04-06)