Der Weg Jesu Christi PDF Í Der Weg PDF \

Der Weg Jesu Christi PDF Í Der Weg PDF \


Der Weg Jesu Christi [Ebook] ➡ Der Weg Jesu Christi By Jürgen Moltmann – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Way of Jesus Christ discusses the following topics 1 The symbol of the way embodies the aspect of process and brings out christology's alignment towards its goal This symbol can comprehend Christ' The Way of Jesus Christ discusses the following topics The symbol Der Weg PDF \ of the way embodies the aspect of process and brings out christology's alignment towards its goal This symbol can comprehend Christ's way from his birth in the Spirit and his baptism in the Spirit to his self surrender on Golgotha It also makes it possible to understand the path of Christ as the way leading from his resurrection to his parousia the way he takes in the Spirit to Israel to the nations and into the breadth and depth of the cosmos The symbol of the way makes us aware that every human christology is historically conditioned and limited Every human christology is a 'christology of the way ' not yet a 'christology of the home country ' a christology of faith not yet a christology of sight So christology is no than the beginning of eschatology; and eschatology as the Christian faith understands it is always the consummation of christology Finally but not least important every way is an invitation A way is something to be followed 'The way of Jesus Christ' is not merely a christological category It is an ethical category too Anyone who enters upon Christ's way will discover who Jesus really is; and anyone who really believes in Jesus and the Christ of God will follow him along the way he himself took Christology and christopraxis find one another in the full and completed knowledge of Christ This christology links dogmatics and ethics in closer detail than in the previous volumes.


10 thoughts on “Der Weg Jesu Christi

  1. Gordon Gordon says:

    This is the first Jurgen Moltmann book that I have read cover to cover and I found it to be an excellent approachable book a good place to begin studying JM's theology Initially I felt the book was a reasonable recommendation for someone who is not grounded in theological studies but I have to pull back from that view somewhat While JM is much easier to read than Karl Barth he does refer to doctrines themes figures and movements with an assumption that the reader has some knowledge in these areas This does not make this book an impossible read for the layperson just a harder readThat being said what better place to begin to understand a Christian theologian's thinking than with christology? For anyone familiar with JM two of his defining thoughts the suffering of God and the eschatology of hope are tightly bound with JM's christology I found this book to be an excellent transition from my narrow study of JM's thinking as it has had an impact on modern theology to a systematic understanding of JM's theology as a whole My appetite is whetted to read many of his works


  2. Spencer Spencer says:

    Great book on Christology by Jurgen Moltmann Every book that guy writes is an event Moltmann has a bunch of concerns that form his reading of Christology He seeks to re situated Christology not in terms of the conservative traditional metaphysical categories two natures or the liberal anthropological schemes Christ as god conscience but in terms of the messianic categories of the Old Testament He later spells out a social Christology that understands Jesus identity through his developing eschatological narrative relationship with the Father with Israel and the oppressed Much of the book goes through chunks of Jesus' life and teaching moving from the significance of his birth baptism miracles acts suffering resurrection ascension and final return So often Chrstology separates nature from work from teaching In doing so he seeks a Christology that better understands the separation of Jews and Christians but than that as he shows through the latter parts of each section a Old Testament grounded Christology creates a biblical 1 liberation theology 2 feminist theology and 3 a workable eco theology Moltmann is one of theologians that is edgy yet robust classic yet contemporary incorporating the best of conservative and liberal theology while refusing to toe party lines for either


  3. Douglas Douglas says:

    In general I appreciate the theological work of Jürgen Moltmann In this book however I noted the absence of a coherent thread a leitmotif if you will that holds together an otherwise rambling survey of contemporary christological proposals and constructs Apparently the frame in relation to which Moltmann was developing his christology is a novel version of messianic Christology the shape texture and color of which is the pluralism of ancient Jewish construals of the messianic expectation The options explored range from a personalistindividualist notion of Christ's salvific efficacy through a socialist social construction ist or communitarianist notion to a cosmic apprehension in the spirit of Teilhard de Chardin in which an evolutionist trajectory is given credibility The end result is an appeal to an eschatological insight in which Christ is the one byintothrough whom all things τα παντα come to beOn the other hand Moltmann wrotepublished this work in 1989 almost thirty years ago So why am I reading it now after teaching christology in my theology classes for thirty five years? I thought in those years and think now that there are other major thinkers whose work in christology is insightful and suggestive of a way forward in answering the uestion Who do people say that I am?


  4. Dwight Davis Dwight Davis says:

    Moltmann here offers a messianic christology As is typical with Moltmann the book is excellent I have a few minor uibbles but overall I can’t recommend this book highly enough Particularly helpful are the chapters on the resurrection and the parousia


  5. Andy Gore Andy Gore says:

    As ever a mix of thought provoking of not agreeing with of always having your horizons broadened


  6. Charles Williams Charles Williams says:

    How is this book even helpful? Very convoluted not to mention wrong in so many things


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10 thoughts on “Der Weg Jesu Christi

  1. Gordon Gordon says:

    This is the first Jurgen Moltmann book that I have read cover to cover and I found it to be an excellent approachable book a good place to begin studying JM's theology Initially I felt the book was a reasonable recommendation for someone who is not grounded in theological studies but I have to pull back from that view somewhat While JM is much easier to read than Karl Barth he does refer to doctrines themes figures and movements with an assumption that the reader has some knowledge in these areas This does not make this book an impossible read for the layperson just a harder readThat being said what better place to begin to understand a Christian theologian's thinking than with christology? For anyone familiar with JM two of his defining thoughts the suffering of God and the eschatology of hope are tightly bound with JM's christology I found this book to be an excellent transition from my narrow study of JM's thinking as it has had an impact on modern theology to a systematic understanding of JM's theology as a whole My appetite is whetted to read many of his works

  2. Spencer Spencer says:

    Great book on Christology by Jurgen Moltmann Every book that guy writes is an event Moltmann has a bunch of concerns that form his reading of Christology He seeks to re situated Christology not in terms of the conservative traditional metaphysical categories two natures or the liberal anthropological schemes Christ as god conscience but in terms of the messianic categories of the Old Testament He later spells out a social Christology that understands Jesus identity through his developing eschatological narrative relationship with the Father with Israel and the oppressed Much of the book goes through chunks of Jesus' life and teaching moving from the significance of his birth baptism miracles acts suffering resurrection ascension and final return So often Chrstology separates nature from work from teaching In doing so he seeks a Christology that better understands the separation of Jews and Christians but than that as he shows through the latter parts of each section a Old Testament grounded Christology creates a biblical 1 liberation theology 2 feminist theology and 3 a workable eco theology Moltmann is one of theologians that is edgy yet robust classic yet contemporary incorporating the best of conservative and liberal theology while refusing to toe party lines for either

  3. Douglas Douglas says:

    In general I appreciate the theological work of Jürgen Moltmann In this book however I noted the absence of a coherent thread a leitmotif if you will that holds together an otherwise rambling survey of contemporary christological proposals and constructs Apparently the frame in relation to which Moltmann was developing his christology is a novel version of messianic Christology the shape texture and color of which is the pluralism of ancient Jewish construals of the messianic expectation The options explored range from a personalistindividualist notion of Christ's salvific efficacy through a socialist social construction ist or communitarianist notion to a cosmic apprehension in the spirit of Teilhard de Chardin in which an evolutionist trajectory is given credibility The end result is an appeal to an eschatological insight in which Christ is the one byintothrough whom all things τα παντα come to beOn the other hand Moltmann wrotepublished this work in 1989 almost thirty years ago So why am I reading it now after teaching christology in my theology classes for thirty five years? I thought in those years and think now that there are other major thinkers whose work in christology is insightful and suggestive of a way forward in answering the uestion Who do people say that I am?

  4. Dwight Davis Dwight Davis says:

    Moltmann here offers a messianic christology As is typical with Moltmann the book is excellent I have a few minor uibbles but overall I can’t recommend this book highly enough Particularly helpful are the chapters on the resurrection and the parousia

  5. Andy Gore Andy Gore says:

    As ever a mix of thought provoking of not agreeing with of always having your horizons broadened

  6. Charles Williams Charles Williams says:

    How is this book even helpful? Very convoluted not to mention wrong in so many things

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