3 edition of Historicism and constructive Christian ethics found in the catalog.
Historicism and constructive Christian ethics
Written in English
|Statement||by Donald M. Braxton.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 94/2606 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 262 leaves|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||94628406|
This is an interdisciplinary study which constructs a dialogue between biblical interpretation and systematic theology. It examines how far a reading of the Book of Revelation might either support or question the work of leading theologians Wolfhart Pannenberg and Jürgen Moltmann on the theology of history, exploring the way in which the author of Revelation uses the dimensions of space and Cited by: Brent Sockness is an associate professor of religious studies at Stanford. As a current fellow at the Humanities Center, he is completing a book about the ethical thought of the German Protestant theologian Ernst Troeltsch (). His teaching and research focus on the philosophy of religion and intellectual history of Christianity in the modern period.
The Desire of the Nations is a serious book to which anyone interested in questions of theology and politics must attend.' The Review of Politics 'There are real insights on almost every page into the history of politics and religion and the book is written with great confidence and certainty.'/5(7). Chapter Marx’s Sociological Determinism has only eight pages, starting with a somewhat melodramatic blast at the enemies of the open society who penetrated the humanitarian under cover of various “trojan horses” such as Plato’s idea of (totalitarian) justice, the Christian authoritarianism of the middle ages, and Rousseau’s theory.
Few economists have addressed the relation between economic ethics and Christian doctrine as thoroughly as Frank Knight, who argued powerfully in many works that “a specifically Christian ethic only addresses the personal relations between individuals, whereas maxims for a genuinely social ethic must take the form of impersonal rules and that. F ew dispute that Alasdair MacIntyre is one of the most important philosophers of our time. That reputation, however, does him little good. It is as though, quite apart from the man, there exists a figure called Alasdair MacIntyre whose position you know whether or not you have read him—and whose name has become a specter that haunts all attempts to provide constructive moral and political.
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Sheila Greeve Davaney develops a bold new option in theology and religious reflection―pragmatic historicism―which emerges out of the historicist assumptions of human situatedness, particularity, and plurality that have come to characterize Western by: Leo Strauss (/ s t r aʊ s /; German: [ˈleːo ˈʃtʁaʊs]; Septem – Octo ) was a German-American political philosopher and classicist who specialized in classical political in Germany to Jewish parents, Strauss later emigrated from Germany to the United States.
He spent much of his career as a professor of political science at the University of Alma mater: University of Marburg, University of. A worldview or world-view is the fundamental cognitive orientation of an individual or society encompassing the whole of the individual's or society's knowledge and point of view.
A worldview can include natural philosophy; fundamental, existential, and normative postulates; or themes, values, emotions, and ethics.
Worldviews are often taken to operate at a conscious level, directly. New Historicism has been a highly controversial and influential movement in university literature departments for almost twenty years. and provides a critical and constructive assessment of Barths contribution.
black liberation by offering both a fresh reading of historical black religion and a distinctive approach to Christian ethics Author: Gina Hens-Piazza (Editor). Almond / Leibniz, Historicism, and the “Plague of Islam” LEIB NIZ T HE POL ITICA L THI NKER: EXUL T A, G ERMAN IA.
One approach to Islam and Muslims, amongst the many found in Leibniz,Author: Ian Almond. CliffsNotes is the original (and most widely imitated) study guide.
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Home › Literary Theory › New Historicism’s Deviation from Old Historicism. New Historicism’s Deviation from Old Historicism By Nasrullah Mambrol on Octo • (0). New Historicism envisages and practises a mode of study where the literary text and the non-literary cotext are given “equal weighting”, whereas old historicism considers history as a “background” of facts.
Christ, History and Apocalyptic [Nathan Kerr] is 20% off every day at This book offers a comprehensive reflection on what it means that Christians claim that "Jesus is Lord" by engaging in a defense of Christian.
A known critic of historicism and contextualism, Leo Strauss published his seminal essay, ‘What is Political Philosophy?’ in in the Journal of Politics and introduced a problem with the field: Modern academic obsessions over positivism and historicism had rendered proper political philosophy obsolete because it eliminated the metaphysical, inquisitive essence that was at its core.
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[Nathan R Kerr] -- Offers a defense of Christian apocalyptic as a mode of taking seriously the public, social, and political character of the Church's confession under the pressure of the modern historical. Why Study History: Reflecting on the Importance of the Past, by John Fea, is a useful and insightful book into how the fields of history and theology intermingle.
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Let's Move Beyond 'Moralistic Therapeutic Deism' or at Dean's book, Almost Christian: theologians, or even all “the faithful”—exists, as the turn to “historicism” in theology. In The Achievement of Hans Urs von Balthasar, Matthew Levering has written a book for theologically educated readers who mistrust von Balthasar or who mistrust von Balthasar's book shows that von Balthasar's critics can and should benefit both from the rich and wide-ranging conversations that mark his trilogy and from the critical and constructive engagement with German.
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Nathan R. Kerr, Christ, History and Apocalyptic: The Politics of Christian Mission (Cascade, ) While the release date of Nate Kerr’s first work is barely over a year old I feel quite late in offering a review.
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This book argues that the Christian liturgical calendar provides a constructive alternative to the globalization of economics, ecologies, politics, and cultures. It does so by incorporating the church into the fullness of time in the gospel narrative, thereby helping us escape from the dead end of Friedman’s flat world so that we can.
In this book an interdisciplinary and international group of scholars documents and analyses this development.
Authors assess the influence of seminal thinkers, including the Gnostics, Plotinus, and Augustine, but also of cultural and religious practices such as astrology and monasticism, as well as, more generally, the role played by.2 My view of pragmatic historicism relies heavily on Stout's "Explicating Historicism" in The Flight From Authority.
I do not have the space here to discuss the details of my reading of Stout, but the importance of narrative, setting, and situatedness for his understanding of historicism are critical for my version of pragmatic historicism.James offers a “complete” Christian ethics by James W.
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