Versöhnung: Soteriologische Fallstudien (Studium by Gunther Wenz

By Gunther Wenz

Der neunte Band der Reihe „Studium Systematische Theologie“ bietet historische und systematische Informationen zur Soteriologie. Der biblische Ansatz wird anhand einer Gegenüberstellung des adamitischen Sündenfalls und der Höllenfahrt Jesu Christi identifiziert und insbesondere am paulinischen und johanneischen Kerygma expliziert. Als exemplarische Repräsentanten altkirchlicher Soteriologie des Ostens fungieren Athanasius und Maximus Confessor; für die klassische culture des mittelalterlichen und reformatorischen Westens stehen Anselm und Abaelard, Luther und Calvin. Die Darstellung neuzeitlicher Kritik von Stellvertretung und Satisfaktion beginnt mit den Sozinianern, die den weiteren Gang der Entwicklung bis zu Kant und darüber hinaus entscheidend bestimmen. Der Band schließt mit einer Skizze von Grundzügen einer aktuellen theologia crucis und einer inkarnationstheologisch fundierten Erlösungslehre, welche in den rechten theoretischen und praktischen Umgang mit den Aporien von Übel und Bosheit einzuweisen vermag.

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Pentecostalism and the Future of the Christian Churches by Mr. Richard Shaull,Waldo Cesar

By Mr. Richard Shaull,Waldo Cesar

In a global marked through anguish and poverty, conventional different types of Christianity were not able to talk successfully to the stories and desires of the bad. in the middle of this fact, Pentecostal events have sprung up in 3rd global nations and are transforming into at a amazing speed. This e-book through an American theologian and a Brazilian sociologist makes an attempt to appreciate Pentecostalism as a spiritual flow one of the poor.

Bringing theological mirrored image in discussion with well-documented social research, Shaull and Cesar express why Pentecostal activities characterize the emergence of a brand new kind of Christian religion and existence in accordance with impoverishment and marginalization. in addition they discover the aptitude those activities carry for reworking unjust monetary, social, and political buildings, and so they talk about what the church at huge can study from the Pentecostal experience.

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Christian Ritual and the Creation of British Slave by Nicholas M. Beasley

By Nicholas M. Beasley

This examine bargains a brand new and hard examine Christian associations and practices in Britain’s Caribbean and southern American colonies. targeting the plantation societies of Barbados, Jamaica, and South Carolina, Nicholas M. Beasley reveals that the culture of liturgical worship in those areas used to be extra bright and extra deeply rooted in ecu Christianity than formerly proposal. additionally, Beasley argues, white colonists’ attachment to non secular continuity used to be completely racialized. Church customs, sacraments, and ceremonies have been a method of regulating slavery and saying whiteness.

Drawing on a mixture of ancient and anthropological equipment, Beasley covers such themes as church structure, pew seating customs, marriage, baptism, communion, and funerals. Colonists created an atmosphere in sacred time and house that framed their rituals for optimum social impression, and so they asserted privilege and gear via privatizing a few rituals and via dispensing entry to rituals to humans of colour. all through, Beasley is delicate to how this tradition of worship replaced as each one colony reacted to its personal political, environmental, and demographic conditions throughout time. neighborhood components influencing who partook in Christian rituals and the way, whilst, and the place those rituals happened may possibly comprise the constitution of the Anglican Church, which tended to be much less hierarchical and centralized than at domestic in England; the extent of tensions among Anglicans and Protestants; the endurance of African non secular ideals; and colonists’ attitudes towards unfastened people of colour and elite slaves.

This publication enriches an present historiography that neglects the cultural strength of liturgical Christianity within the early South and the British Caribbean and provides a brand new account of the interpretation of early sleek English Christianity to early America.

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Paul Tillich and Pentecostal Theology: Spiritual Presence by Nimi Wariboko,Amos Yong

By Nimi Wariboko,Amos Yong

Paul Tillich (1886–1965) is generally considered as essentially the most influential theologians of the twentieth century. via bringing his idea including the theology and practices of a tremendous modern Christian circulate, Pentecostalism, this quantity provokes lively, efficient, serious, and inventive discussion with a large variety of theological themes. those essays stimulate strong dialog, interact on universal flooring in regards to the paintings of the Holy Spirit, and provide major insights into the common issues of Christian theology and Paul Tillich and his legacy.

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Pentecostal Theology: Living the Full Gospel (T&T Clark by Wolfgang Vondey

By Wolfgang Vondey

Pentecostalism is the main swiftly growing to be department of Christianity because the twentieth century, but it doesn't lend itself good to a unique doctrine and there's, as a result, no unmarried complete account of Pentecostal theology around the globe. Wolfgang Vondey indicates an account of Pentecostal theology that's real to Pentecostals around the globe whereas taking into consideration diversified model and explication one of the quite a few Pentecostal teams. He argues that Pentecostal theology is essentially interested by the renewal of the Christian existence pointed out via the remodeling paintings of the Holy Spirit and directed towards the dominion of God.

The publication unfolds in major elements illustrating the complete gospel tale and theology. 11 chapters determine the non secular underpinnings and motivations for Pentecostal theology, formulate a Pentecostal theology of motion, translate, observe, and exemplify Pentecostal practices and studies, and combine Pentecostal theology within the wider Christian tradition.

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The Renaissance and Reformation in Northern Europe by Margaret McGlynn,Kenneth R. Bartlett

By Margaret McGlynn,Kenneth R. Bartlett

This up to date model of Humanism and the Northern Renaissance now contains over 60 files exploring humanist and Renaissance beliefs, the fervour of faith, and the wealth of the hot global. jointly, the assets remove darkness from the chaos and brilliance of the historic period—as good as its disasters and inconsistencies.

The reader has been completely revised to satisfy the desires of the undergraduate lecture room. Over 30 ancient records were additional, together with fabric by means of Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Knox, William Shakespeare, Christopher Columbus, Miguel de Cervantes, and Galileo Galilei. within the advent, Bartlett and McGlynn determine humanism because the relevant expression of the eu Renaissance and clarify how this concept migrated from Italy to northern Europe. The editors additionally emphasize the function of the church and Christianity in northern Europe and aspect the occasions major as much as the Reformation. a brief essay on the best way to learn historic records is integrated. each one examining is preceded by means of a brief creation and ancillary fabrics are available on UTP's heritage concerns site (www.utphistorymatters.com).

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Spirit and Power: The Growth and Global Impact of by Donald E. Miller,Kimon H. Sargeant,Richard Flory

By Donald E. Miller,Kimon H. Sargeant,Richard Flory

Pentecostalism is the quickest growing to be non secular circulation on this planet, at present envisioned to have no less than 500 million adherents. within the movement's early years, such a lot Pentecostal converts lived in relative poverty, but the swiftly transferring social ecology of Pentecostal Christians contains many middle-class participants, in addition to more and more teens attracted through the tune and colourful worship of those church buildings. The stereotypical view of Pentecostals as "other-worldly" and disengaged from politics and social ministry can be being challenged, as Pentecostals-including many that are devoted to operating for social and political change-constitute becoming minorities in lots of international locations. Spirit and Power addresses 3 major questions: the place is Pentecostalism growing to be globally? Why it truly is transforming into? what's its social and political influence? The members to this quantity contain theologians, historians, and social scientists, who carry their assorted disciplinary views to endure on those empirical questions. The essays draw on vast survey learn in addition to in-depth ethnographic box tools, with analyses supplying diverging and infrequently competing motives for the expansion and impression of Pentecostalism round the world.

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Episcopalianism in Nineteenth-Century Scotland: Religious by Rowan Strong

By Rowan Strong

Rowan robust examines the heritage of Scottish Episcopalianism within the 19th century as a reaction to the hot urbanizing and industrializing society of the time. specifically, he seems to be on the a number of Episcopalian sub-cultures which needed to come to phrases with those social and fiscal alterations. those sub-cultures comprise Highland Gaels; North-East crofters, farmers and fisherfolk; city Episcopalians; aristocratic Episcopalians; and Evangelicals and Anglo-Catholics.
He presents additionally an overview of the background of Episcopalianism in Scotland from the 16th century to 1900, Rowan robust addresses the problem of Episcopalianism and Scottish id, that is topical today.

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Luther's Works, Volume 57 (Sermons IV) by Martin Luther

By Martin Luther

This quantity provides a range of Luther’s preaching among might 1531 and June 1539. within the first few years after the decisive nutrition of Augsburg in 1530 and the Augsburg Confession offered there, Luther grappled with how top to coach the doctrine of justification. His sermons facing Christian righteousness and the correct contrast of legislations and Gospel convey how he formulated this topic in a fashion that may be understood and practiced by way of his hearers for generations to come.

Luther’s preaching in the course of those years additionally addressed Baptism, ordination to the preaching place of work, marriage, Christ’s go back, the top of the realm, the confession of the Trinity within the creeds, and the individual of Christ.

those sermons clarify that Christian doctrine isn't just for the study room and textbook, but in addition and particularly for the listening to, admonition, and comfort of all Christians.

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Steel City Gospel: Protestant Laity and Reform in by Keith A. Zahniser

By Keith A. Zahniser

Demonstrating the ability non secular language, principles, and associations had in shaping revolutionary reform in Pittsburgh, this cross-disciplinary examine addresses major debates within the fields of Progressive-Era political historical past and American non secular background, whereas telling the tale of an business urban in an important period of change.

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