Postliberal theology arose amongst scholars who either taught or studied at Yale Divinity School, such as George Lindbeck, Hans Wilhelm Frei, and . The Nature of Doctrine: Religion and Theology in a Postliberal Age. ISBN 978-0-664-24618-1. Michener, Ronald T. (2013).
Postliberal theology arose amongst scholars who either taught or studied at Yale Divinity School, such as George Lindbeck, Hans Wilhelm Frei, and alumnus Stanley Hauerwas. It is sometimes referred to as the "Yale school" or "narrative theology .
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S, PhD systematic Theology Student, FTS, CA George A. Lindbeck (1923- ) was born in China to American Lutheran missionary parents. After his doctoral degree in Theology, he continued in Yale as a professor till his retirement. Because of his expertise as a medievalist, he was invited to represent the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) as an observer at the Second Vatican Council
The Nature of Doctrine book. The Nature of Doctrine is, as Lindbeck confessed, an introduction to what he calls "postliberal theology
The Nature of Doctrine book. This groundbreaking work lays the foundation for a theology. ISBN. 0664246184 (ISBN13: 9780664246181). The Nature of Doctrine is, as Lindbeck confessed, an introduction to what he calls "postliberal theology. Unfortunately, Lindbeck never got around to publish a fuller treatment on his methodology, but some of his students have made great strides on his behalf. Lindbeck's thesis is as foll Very few theologians spark a generation(s) of scholarship, much less just one work of those theologians.
Lindbeck, George A. Год: 2009. Издательство: Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read
Lindbeck, George A. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Women in the biblical world : a survey of Old and New Testament perspectives. University Press of America. McCabe, Elizabeth A.
In 1984 George A. Lindbeck presented a new approach to viewing religion and doctrine in his book The Nature of Doctrine. As the subtitled indicates, it was his desire to provide a "framework for discussion" (10) that was compatible with the emerging postliberal movement. What he came up with is non-theological approach that advocates a cultural-linguistic view of religion and a rules-based understanding of doctrine.
This groundbreaking work lays the foundation for a theology based on a cultural-linguistic approach to religion and a regulative or rule theory of doctrine. Although shaped intimately by theological concerns, this approach is consonant with the most advanced anthropological, sociological, and philosophical thought of our times.
Lindbeck addresses the problem of the interrelationship of doctrinal permanence and change, conflict . George A. Lindbeck is Pitkin Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology in the department of Religious Studies and the Divinity School, Yale University.
Lindbeck addresses the problem of the interrelationship of doctrinal permanence and change, conflict and compatibility, unity and disunity, variety and uniformity among, but especially within, religions. He considers theories of religion both within and ecumenical framework and in the wider intellectual and psychosocial context. The Nature of Doctrine: Religion & Theology in a Postliberal Age (9780664246181) by George Lindbeck.
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The chapter raises some questions about his antipathy toward. The chapter concludes that religious understanding must be explained on its own terms, and that it has both a practical and a theoretical dimension.
Author: George A. Lindbeck
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press; Underlining edition (January 1, 1984)
Pages: 142 pages
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