1 edition of Dialogue sequel to Jürgen Moltmann"s Following Jesus Christ in the world today. found in the catalog.
Dialogue sequel to Jürgen Moltmann"s Following Jesus Christ in the world today.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Occasional papers / Institute of Mennonite Studies -- No. 8|
|Contributions||Institute of Mennonite Studies.|
|LC Classifications||BV4501.2 .D48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
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Named Person: Jürgen Moltmann: Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Description: 67 pages ; 22 cm. Contents: Introduction / Marlin E.
Miller --Moltmann's theology of the cross / Thomas Finger --Luther's doctrine of the two kingdoms and its use today / Clarence Bauman --Barth's doctrine of the Lordship of Christ and the experience of the confessing.
Dialogue Sequel to Jürgen Moltmann’s Following Jesus Christ in the World Today (Elkhart, IN: Institute of Mennonite Studies; Winnipeg, Manitoba: CMBC, ). “Peacemaking and Dragonslaying in Christianity” translation of “Friedenstiften und Drachentöten in Christentum,” Evangelische Theologie 64 (): Jane Barter Moulaison's remarkable book engages contemporary critical understandings of Jesus Christ - including postcolonial, feminist, pluralist, ecological, and socialist - to argue that the core convictions of traditional Christology remain a viable, valuable, and even indispensable witness to the gospel in an imperiled world.
According to Moltmann, a faith must and can be bold which recognizes the rule of Christ not only as the horizon of the world but also of world history, and which consequently regains the 'hope of the last things' (34), so that it knows this earth and its future to be embraced by the 'creation, the reconciliation and the judgment of the world' (34).
In other words, noone can speak correctly about God or the world without referring to Christ. In Jesus Christ God adopted the world and reconciled the world’s reality with his reality—thus only through Christ can we see the world as it really is, a posteriori as God’s creation and in line with prophecy and promise as God’s reign.