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TWO.ZERO.ONE.ZERO - Lyrische Interpretation - B...
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Self, Christ and God in Schleiermacher's Dogmatics
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Since its first appearance in 1821/22, The Christian Faith has had a fractious history of reception. It implements decisive departures for theology, founding the possibility to speak about God on human freedom. It recognises the role of historical consciousness, and the need to relate to advances in the natural sciences. The study investigates the early critiques of Schleiermacher's analysis of the feeling of utter dependence, of his conception of Christ as the archetype of the God-consciousness, and of his doctrine of God in terms of absolute causality. It reconstructs the revisions carried out in the second edition of 1830/31 as a break-through to a transcendental argumentation. Does Schleiermacher's elaboration of the anthropological turn in theology leave it defenseless against the dissolution of faith in a saving God in Feuerbach's projection thesis? Does it offer a naturalising account of religion? And where does the interconnectedness of nature established by God leave what was prized by the Romantics, human individuality? Ongoing objections and new constellations of questions are examined in their relevance for a modern theology that spells out faith in God as a practical self-understanding. "Maureen Junker-Kenny's book is an outstanding presentation of Schleiermacher's theology. She attends not only to the development of his method from the first to the second edition of The Christian Faith, but also to his concrete interpretation of Creation, Christology, Redemption, Theological Anthropology, especially human freedom, and his understanding of God. The book has an exceptional value in the way she relates Schleiermacher not only to his contemporaries, but also contemporary concerns. Schleiermacher's theology is shown in its relation to the modernity of his age, but also the ongoing modernity of today. The book has a depth and breath that make it indispensable not only for historical theology, but also contemporary constructive theology." - Francis Schüssler Fiorenza, Harvard Divinity School "In Self, Christ and God in Schleiermacher's Dogmatics. A Theology Reconceived for Modernity, Maureen Junker-Kenny proves herself to be not only a distinguished interpreter of Schleiermacher's work, but a creative practitioner in her own right of his dialogical method. Elegantly conceived and beautifully written, the book shows how Schleiermacher connected the different aspects of his thought-form/content, structure/doctrine, piety/critical rigor-into a coherent system. Self, Christ and God in Schleiermacher's Dogmatics is now the only guide to Schleiermacher's magnum opus, Christian Faith, anyone needs." - Christine Helmer, Northwestern University, Chicago

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Self, Christ and God in Schleiermacher's Dogmatics
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Since its first appearance in 1821/22, The Christian Faith has had a fractious history of reception. It implements decisive departures for theology, founding the possibility to speak about God on human freedom. It recognises the role of historical consciousness, and the need to relate to advances in the natural sciences. The study investigates the early critiques of Schleiermacher's analysis of the feeling of utter dependence, of his conception of Christ as the archetype of the God-consciousness, and of his doctrine of God in terms of absolute causality. It reconstructs the revisions carried out in the second edition of 1830/31 as a break-through to a transcendental argumentation. Does Schleiermacher's elaboration of the anthropological turn in theology leave it defenseless against the dissolution of faith in a saving God in Feuerbach's projection thesis? Does it offer a naturalising account of religion? And where does the interconnectedness of nature established by God leave what was prized by the Romantics, human individuality? Ongoing objections and new constellations of questions are examined in their relevance for a modern theology that spells out faith in God as a practical self-understanding. "Maureen Junker-Kenny's book is an outstanding presentation of Schleiermacher's theology. She attends not only to the development of his method from the first to the second edition of The Christian Faith, but also to his concrete interpretation of Creation, Christology, Redemption, Theological Anthropology, especially human freedom, and his understanding of God. The book has an exceptional value in the way she relates Schleiermacher not only to his contemporaries, but also contemporary concerns. Schleiermacher's theology is shown in its relation to the modernity of his age, but also the ongoing modernity of today. The book has a depth and breath that make it indispensable not only for historical theology, but also contemporary constructive theology." - Francis Schüssler Fiorenza, Harvard Divinity School "In Self, Christ and God in Schleiermacher's Dogmatics. A Theology Reconceived for Modernity, Maureen Junker-Kenny proves herself to be not only a distinguished interpreter of Schleiermacher's work, but a creative practitioner in her own right of his dialogical method. Elegantly conceived and beautifully written, the book shows how Schleiermacher connected the different aspects of his thought-form/content, structure/doctrine, piety/critical rigor-into a coherent system. Self, Christ and God in Schleiermacher's Dogmatics is now the only guide to Schleiermacher's magnum opus, Christian Faith, anyone needs." - Christine Helmer, Northwestern University, Chicago

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Feminist Theologies for a Postmodern Church
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Liberal, modern approaches to theology have tended to silence voices from the margins. This book offers an alternative, feminist theological approach that more adequately addresses issues of diversity and marginalization. It critically examines and combines aspects of four different feminist approaches: Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza's critical modern, Mary McClintock Fulkerson's poststructural, Kwok Pui-lan's postcolonial, and Kathryn Tanner's postliberal. This alternative, feminist theological approach is then used to examine how a liberal, mainstream Protestant denomination has dealt with issues of sexual orientation and gender. Particular attention is given to biblical interpretation as shaped by community, the role of traditional doctrine, assumptions of authority and revelation, and communities of accountability.

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1 Tim 5,3-16 als Herausforderung für eine gende...
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Und er ging auf einen Berg und rief zu sich, welche er wollte, und die gingen hin zu ihm. Und er setzte zwölf ein, die er auch Apostel nannte, dass sie bei ihm sein sollten und dass er sie aussendete zu predigen [ ]. Die Vorgehensweise, die Bibel als autoritative Quelle zu deklarieren, um eigene Interessen zu legitimieren, findet nach wie vor ihre Anwendung. Auch der hier angedeutete Teiltext aus Mk 3,13-19 wird zu einem Beweistext dafür, warum in der römisch-katholischen Kirche die Priesterweihe ausschließlich Männern vorbehalten ist. Um zu verhindern, dass patriarchal verfasste Bibeltexte herangezogen werden, um Frauen zu unterdrücken, hat es sich die feministische Hermeneutik zur Aufgabe gemacht, neue Wege der Bibelinterpretation zu entwickeln. Mit Hilfe des Modells kritisch-feministischer Bibelinterpretation nach Schüssler-Fiorenza will die Autorin am Teiltexte 1Tim 5,3-16 exemplarisch belegen, dass biblische Texte auch eine Quelle der Befreiung darstellen, die Frauen zur Emanzipation ermutigen. Es ist ihr ein Anliegen, den sozio-historischen Kontext des Teiltextes kritisch zu hinterfragen und eine Alternative zur Interpretation von androzentrischen Bibeltexten aufzuzeigen.

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The Transformative Potential of Memory, Narrati...
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As we approach the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century Western theology is experiencing something of a conservative backlash. In the Roman Catholic Church the contextual and engaging vision of Vatican II is becoming harder to sustain. As one of the practical critical theologies that blossomed in the decades after Vatican II, feminist theological perspectives are again striving to have their voices heard in a theological conversation that is resisting the voices of diversity and returning to a more homogenous understanding and interpretation of what it means to be Church. This volume traces the roots of three of the main theological categories from the political theology of Johannes Baptist Metz-those of memory,narrative and solidarity-and critically explores how the feminist theological hermeneutics of Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza both uses and develops them. Through a critical feminist examination of history, language and community important connections and critical relationships between memory and history, narrative and language and solidarity and community are revealed.

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HarperCollins Study Bible-NRSV-Student
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The landmark general reference Bible (with over 150,000 copies sold) that offers the full text of the New Revised Standard Version. Completely revised and updated, this new edition includes revised introductions and notes, and new diagrams, charts and maps––25% revised or new material. More Praise for the HarperCollins Study Bible: •'I ... can speak with unbounded praise for this work. The auspices are impeccable, the sponsorship is by one of the most prestigious and effective publishing firms in the field of religious publishing, and the scholarship under the aegis of the Society of Biblical Literature, which is the only game in town, the NBA of Bible study in this country (and abroad).'–David Noel Freedman, Endowed Chair in Hebrew Biblical Studies, University of California, San Diego; Editor–in–Chief, Anchor Bible Project •'The HarperCollins Study Bible engages some of the best of biblical scholarship for removing unnecessary obstacles in reading the Scriptures. I welcome its publication and recommend it highly.'–Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, The Krister Stendahl Professor Scripture and Interpretation, Harvard University •'The HarperCollins Study Bible is the most authoritative ecumenical Bible available, the work of scholars who are at the cutting edge of their subjects. I recommend it highly.'–John J. Collins, The University of Chicago •'This is the Bible I have been looking for to use in undergraduate courses. The text itself is clear and readable. The introductions are sound and precise. The footnotes are balanced, accurate and hit a good balance between the dangers of being too terse and too extended.'–Harvey Cox, The Victor S. Thomas Professor of Divinity, the Divinity School, Harvard University •'An invaluable resource for teachers and students, and indeef for every thoughtful reader of the Bible.'–Richard P. McBrien, Crowley–O´Brien–Walter Professor of Theology, University of Notre Dame •'I am extremely glad for the HarperCollins Study Bible....Every effort has been made to make these study notes understandable and accessible to ordinary readers. They can be trusted to provide reliable information without trying to control what should be believed.'–Richard Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline

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HarperCollins Study Bible-NRSV-Student
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The landmark general reference Bible (with over 150,000 copies sold) that offers the full text of the New Revised Standard Version. Completely revised and updated, this new edition includes revised introductions and notes, and new diagrams, charts and maps––25% revised or new material. More Praise for the HarperCollins Study Bible: •'I ... can speak with unbounded praise for this work. The auspices are impeccable, the sponsorship is by one of the most prestigious and effective publishing firms in the field of religious publishing, and the scholarship under the aegis of the Society of Biblical Literature, which is the only game in town, the NBA of Bible study in this country (and abroad).'–David Noel Freedman, Endowed Chair in Hebrew Biblical Studies, University of California, San Diego; Editor–in–Chief, Anchor Bible Project •'The HarperCollins Study Bible engages some of the best of biblical scholarship for removing unnecessary obstacles in reading the Scriptures. I welcome its publication and recommend it highly.'–Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, The Krister Stendahl Professor Scripture and Interpretation, Harvard University •'The HarperCollins Study Bible is the most authoritative ecumenical Bible available, the work of scholars who are at the cutting edge of their subjects. I recommend it highly.'–John J. Collins, The University of Chicago •'This is the Bible I have been looking for to use in undergraduate courses. The text itself is clear and readable. The introductions are sound and precise. The footnotes are balanced, accurate and hit a good balance between the dangers of being too terse and too extended.'–Harvey Cox, The Victor S. Thomas Professor of Divinity, the Divinity School, Harvard University •'An invaluable resource for teachers and students, and indeef for every thoughtful reader of the Bible.'–Richard P. McBrien, Crowley–O´Brien–Walter Professor of Theology, University of Notre Dame •'I am extremely glad for the HarperCollins Study Bible....Every effort has been made to make these study notes understandable and accessible to ordinary readers. They can be trusted to provide reliable information without trying to control what should be believed.'–Richard Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline

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