Классикализация и рецензирование в современной аналитической теологии: случай неоэтернализма
The paper analyzes the conception of neoeternalism proposed by Eleonore Stump and Norman Kretzmann. This conception played an important role in the discussion about the nature of the divine eternality in the second half of the 20th century. Neoeternalism criticizes the conception of temporalism dominant at the time and largely determines vectors of further discussion of the concept. After a brief review of the context in which neoeternalism is emerged and discussion of the key points of the conception, the author seeks to determine, firstly, whether it is possible to talk about Stump and Kretzmann text ‘Eternity’ as a modern classics, and, secondly, to trace the role of reviews in the process of making it classics.