American University Studies. Contents: Wolfhart Pannenberg - Karl Rahner - Philosophical theology - Human destiny - Resurrection - Christianity and the modern intellectual context - Philosophical anthropology - Transcendental Thomism - Hegelianism.
American University Studies. This work establishes the connection of Christian belief in eternal life with modern anthropological concerns and distinguishes Pannenberg from Rahner along philosophical lines.
Pannenberg interrogates secular anthropology for its Biblical foundation. Bridges, james terrell, jr. Rahner embraces a Christian anthropology founded upon the experience of grace. Secondly, their doctrines of eternal life evidence their philosophical heritage. Rahner applies the conception of transcendental subjectivity found in Marechal's and Heidegger's reinterpretations of Kant to basic Thomistic commitments. Bridges, james terrell, j. .Human destiny and resurrection in pannenberg and rahner (anthropology, transcendental, hegel, thomism, marechal).
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7 Pannenberg studied and criticized the classical doctrine of the analogy of.
7 Pannenberg studied and criticized the classical doctrine of the analogy of being in his inaugural dissertation, Analogie und Offenbarung. Rahner too endorses the option for a Christology from below in the light of the contemporary situation, although within a different methodological framework.
Opposed to Pannenberg’s idea of the resurrection being a continuation . Moltmann and Pannenberg accentuate the vital work of Jesus Christ in the eschaton.
Opposed to Pannenberg’s idea of the resurrection being a continuation of the cross, Moltmann argues for meaning of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. He deploys a dialectic concerning the Cross and resurrection which represent polar ends - death and life. In his theodicy for instance, the Cross plays a vital role. For the believer, it represents the present suffering, while the resurrection is the promise of the future, new creation. For both theologians, Jesus represents God’s future. However, Pannenberg focuses on the work of God through history which culminates in the incarnation.
Both Pannenberg and Rahner retain a sense of historicity in their equal conviction of a human centric reality .
Both Pannenberg and Rahner retain a sense of historicity in their equal conviction of a human centric reality, although Rahner is not quite as bound by his historicity. He views human knowledge as incomplete and grounded in the idea of becoming.
Pannenberg studied in Berlin, Göttingen, Heidelberg, and Basel. Pannenberg was a professor on the faculties of several universities consistently, after 1958. In Basel, Pannenberg studied under Karl Barth Pannenberg was an outspoken critic of the approval of homosexual relations by the Evangelical Church in Germany, going so far as to say that a church which approves of homosexual practice is no longer a true church.
Pannenberg’s al views are put in dialogue with such thinkers of the 20th century as O.Then the article explores Pannenberg’s views on the Christian church’s role in the forming of Western civilization. Cullmann, K. Rahner, J. Daniélou, E. Mühlenberg. In addition to the constructive contribution of the church to the civilized system of European nations, Pannenberg views destructive consequences of Christians’ retreat from their true religious missions, seen in such dramatic events as religious wars and the extinction of the Christian state.
Author: James T. Bridges
Category: Christian Books
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (August 1, 1987)
Pages: 259 pages
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