Martin Kolozs's Karl Rahner: Innsbrucker Jahre (German Edition) PDF

By Martin Kolozs

ISBN-10: 3703008377

ISBN-13: 9783703008375

SCHWERPUNKT-BIOGRAPHIE EINES DER EINFLUSSREICHSTEN KONZILSTHEOLOGEN DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS
Karl Rahner warfare einer der wichtigsten Theologen des 20. Jahrhunderts. Sein Einfluss auf das Zweite Vatikanische Konzil, an dem er als Berater des Wiener Kardinals König teilnahm, ist bis heute unbestritten und weiterhin Thema einer breiten, internationalen Forschung.

In Innsbruck hat der Jesuitenpater Karl Rahner drei wichtige Phasen seines Lebens verbracht:
• 1936-1939: Machtübernahme und Vertreibung durch die Nazis, die Theologie in Innsbruck wurde geschlossen
• 1948-1964: Rahner gilt als Revoluzzer und wird vor dem Konzil von den eigenen Leuten ruhig gestellt
• 1981 bis zu seinem Tod 1984: diese Zeit ist gezeichnet vom bedrohlichen Gesundheitszustand des Theologen
Karl Rahner galt als Großer Denker in einer engstirnigen Welt
Grundlegende Arbeiten seines reichen publizistischen Wirkens sind in diesen drei Abschnitten entstanden. Diesen "Innsbrucker Jahren" widmet Martin Kolozs in seiner Biografie besondere Aufmerksamkeit und zeigt Anknüpfungspunkte zu Papst Franziskus und dessen "Kirche der Sünder" auf.

Mit Interviews mit em. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Otto Muck SJ und Univ.-Prof. Dr. Günther Wassilowsky sowie kommentierten Lesevorschlägen, zusammengestellt von Univ.-Prof. Dr. Roman A. Siebenrock.

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New PDF release: Philosophical Approaches to the Devil (Routledge Studies in

By Benjamin W. McCraw,Robert Arp

ISBN-10: 113893304X

ISBN-13: 9781138933040

This assortment brings jointly new papers addressing the philosophical demanding situations that the concept that of a satan provides, bringing philosophical rigor to remedies of the satan. members process the assumption of the satan from a number of philosophical traditions, methodologies, and types, delivering a accomplished philosophical review that contemplates the lifestyles, nature, and objective of the satan. whereas a few papers take a classical method of the satan, drawing on biblical exegesis, different members strategy the subject of the satan from epistemological, metaphysical, phenomenological, and moral views. This quantity can be suitable to researchers and students drawn to philosophical conceptions of the satan and comparable parts, akin to philosophers of faith, theologians, and students operating in philosophical theology and demonology.

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Download e-book for kindle: Method in Theology: (Lonergan Studies) by Bernard Lonergan

By Bernard Lonergan

ISBN-10: 080206809X

ISBN-13: 9780802068095

ISBN-10: 1487503016

ISBN-13: 9781487503017

Method in Theology stands, with perception, as Bernard Lonergan's most vital paintings. it truly is Lonergan's solution to those that might argue that during this time of cultural swap and dissolution the believer is afloat on a sea of multiplying theologies, with no rudder or compass. Lonergan was determined in his refusal to be defeatist in this aspect. whereas agreeing that theology needs to continuously switch to mediate among faith and tradition, he labored out an imperative strategy to advisor and keep an eye on this ongoing process.

This is a reprint of the 1973 version. a brand new annotated variation of approach in Theology could be released ultimately as part of the accrued Works of Bernard Lonergan.

Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984), a professor of theology, taught at Regis university, Harvard college, and Boston collage. a longtime writer identified for his Insight and Method in Theology, Lonergan got quite a few honorary doctorates, was once a spouse of the Order of Canada in 1971 and was once named as an unique contributors of the overseas Theological fee by means of Pope Paul VI.

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New PDF release: The Metamorphosis of Finitude: An Essay on Birth and

By Emmanuel Falque,George Hughes

This publication starts from a philosophical premise: not anyone should be on this planet until they're born into the area. It examines this premise within the gentle of the theological trust that start serves, or should serve, as a version for figuring out what resurrection may possibly characterize for us this present day. in spite of everything, the fashionable Christian must locate a way of realizing resurrection, and the dogma of the resurrection of the physique is vacuous until we will be able to relate it philosophically to our personal global of expertise.

Nicodemus first posed the query "How can somebody be born after having grown old?
Can one input a moment time into the mother's womb and be born?" This publication reads that challenge within the context of latest philosophy (particularly the concept of Husserl, Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, and Deleuze). A phenomenology of the physique born "from lower than" is noticeable as a paradigm for a theology of non secular rebirth,
and for rebirth of the physique from "on high."

The Resurrection alterations every thing in Christianity—but it's also our personal our bodies that has to be remodeled in resurrection, as Christ is transfigured. and how within which i'm hoping to be resurrected physically in God, sooner or later, is determined by the best way I dwell physically today.

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Read e-book online Das edle Herz: Die Welt von innen verändern (German Edition) PDF

By Karmapa Dorje Ogyen Trinley,Dalai Lama,Ursula Richard

ISBN-10: 3942085399

ISBN-13: 9783942085397

Wir Menschen sind in allen Aspekten unseres Lebens voneinander abhängig. Nur deshalb können wir die Probleme, mit denen wir konfrontiert sind - im persönlichen, sozialen und ökologischen Bereich -, dadurch verändern, dass wir unsere Einstellungen und Verhaltensweisen verändern. Der Karmapa zeigt, used to be Menschlichkeit im Zeitalter der Globalisierung konkret bedeutet und von uns fordert. Er ermutigt uns, Visionen einer besseren Welt zu schaffen und uns Schritt für Schritt an deren Verwirklichung zu machen.

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New PDF release: Theology and Marxism in Eagleton and Žižek: A Conspiracy of

By O. Sigurdson

ISBN-10: 0230340113

ISBN-13: 9780230340114

Taking its cue from the renewed curiosity in theology between Marxist and politically radical philosophers or thinkers, this examine inquires into the explanations for this curiosity in theology concentrating on the British literary theorist Terry Eagleton and the Slovenian thinker and psychoanalyst Slavoj Žižek, as modern trendy Marxist thinkers.

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T. A. Cavanaugh's Double-Effect Reasoning: Doing Good and Avoiding Evil PDF

By T. A. Cavanaugh

ISBN-10: 0199272190

ISBN-13: 9780199272198

T. A. Cavanaugh defends double-effect reasoning (DER), often referred to as the main of double influence. DER performs a job in anti-consequentialist ethics (such as deontology), in not easy circumstances within which one can't discover a great with out additionally inflicting a foreseen, yet no longer meant, undesirable influence (for instance, killing non-combatants while bombing an army target). This examine is the 1st book-length account of the heritage and matters surrounding this arguable method of not easy circumstances. will probably be essential in theoretical ethics, utilized ethics (especially clinical and military), and ethical theology. it is going to additionally curiosity felony and public coverage scholars.

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Gregory E. Ganssle's Thinking About God: First Steps in Philosophy PDF

By Gregory E. Ganssle

ISBN-10: 0830827846

ISBN-13: 9780830827848

do we particularly take into consideration God? do we turn out Gods lifestyles? What approximately religion? Are there reliable purposes to think within the Christian God? What approximately evil? do we quite be aware of with our finite minds something needless to say a few transcendent God? will we keep away from wondering God?

The genuine challenge, says thinker Gregory E. Ganssle, isn't no matter if we will be able to take into consideration God, yet even if we'll imagine good or poorly approximately God. Admittedly there's a lot of undesirable pondering going round. yet Ganssle, who teaches scholars, desires to aid us imagine larger, specially approximately God. He thinks philosophy can truly support.

In the 1st a part of this e-book Ganssle lays the basis for transparent and cautious considering, delivering us an introductory advisor to doing philosophy. within the moment half Ganssle then takes us throughout the strategy of considering good approximately God specifically. He asks us to think about no matter if there are reliable purposes to think that God exists. He thinks there are! In a 3rd half Ganssle addresses the thorny factor of the life either one of God and of evil. He thinks theres a sound manner via this challenge. within the ultimate half Ganssle is helping us thread our approach via questions like: what's God like? What can God do? What can God recognize? How does God speak? He thinks that there are a few transparent solutions to those questions, at the least if youre conversing in regards to the God of Christianity.

If you are looking on your first booklet for considering truly and thoroughly approximately God, then you will take pleasure in the great pondering present in this book.

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Download e-book for iPad: Levinas, Judaism, and the Feminine: The Silent Footsteps of by Claire Elise Katz

By Claire Elise Katz

ISBN-10: 0253216249

ISBN-13: 9780253216243

ISBN-10: 025334302X

ISBN-13: 9780253343024

Challenging earlier interpretations of Levinas that gloss over his use of the female or convey how he overlooks questions raised via feminists, Claire Elise Katz explores the robust and efficient hyperlinks among the female and faith in Levinas’s paintings. instead of viewing the female as a metaphor without value for ladies or as a way to enhance conventional stereotypes, Katz is going past questions of sexual distinction to arrive a extra profound knowing of the function of the female in Levinas’s notion of moral accountability. She combines feminist interpretations of Levinas with interpretations that target his Jewish writings to bare that the female presents a massive bridge among his philosophy and his Judaism. Katz’s analyzing of Levinas’s notion of the female opposed to the backdrop of discussions of girls of the Hebrew bible issues to special shifts in modern philosophy towards the construction of lifestyles and take care of the other.

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Is God a Vegetarian?: Christianity, Vegetarianism, and by Richard Alan Young PDF

By Richard Alan Young

ISBN-10: 0812693930

ISBN-13: 9780812693935

Is God a Vegetarian? is likely one of the such a lot entire explorations of vegetarianism within the Judeo-Christian culture. younger, a linguistics and New testomony pupil, makes an attempt to respond to the query being requested with higher and bigger frequency: "Are Christians morally obligated to be vegetarians?"
Many individuals are stressed concerning the obvious combined messages in the Bible. at the one hand, God prescribes a vegetarian nutrition within the backyard of Eden and the apocalyptic visions of Isaiah and John suggest the recovery of a vegetarian nutrition. in spite of the fact that, it's also transparent that God allows, Jesus partakes in, and Paul sanctions the consuming of flesh. Does the Bible provide any transparent guidance?
Close readings of key biblical texts touching on nutritional customs, vegetarianism, and animal rights make up the substance of the booklet. instead of ignoring or providing a literal, twentieth-century interpretation of the passages, the writer analyzes the voices of those conflicting nutritional motifs inside their very own social contexts. Interwoven all through those readings are discussions of latest matters, corresponding to animal checking out and experimentation, the fur undefined, elevating animals in factories, and the results of meat-eating on human health.
Thirteen chapters hide such subject matters as
-- the vegetarian vitamin within the backyard of Eden
-- the garments of the 1st people in animal skins
-- God's allowing people to devour meat
-- animal sacrifice
-- the nutritional behavior of Jesus and the early apostles
-- Paul's condemnation of vegetarianism as heresy
-- the nutritional perspectives of the early church fathers
-- the peaceful kingdom.
The writer offers vegetarian recipes on the finish of every bankruptcy. An epilogue comprises instructions for changing into a vegetarian and a suggested interpreting list.
Insightful and tough, Is God a Vegetarian? poses provocative questions for vegetarians, Christians, and an individual reflecting upon her own offerings and moral function in our global today.

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