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Bonhoeffer's theology; classical and revolutionary

Author: James W Woelfel
Publisher: Nashville [Tenn.] Abingdon Press [1970]
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Woelfel, James W.
Bonhoeffer's theology.
Nashville [Tenn.] Abingdon Press [1970]
(OCoLC)600330582
Named Person: Dietrich Bonhoeffer; Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James W Woelfel
ISBN: 0687036402 9780687036400
OCLC Number: 75495
Description: 350 pages 25 cm
Contents: I. Liberal culture and secularity: Intellectual honesty ; The man of liberal education ; Liberality versus liberalism ; Bonhoeffer's Menschlichkeit ; Secularization and the redefinition of nihilism --
II. The personalist-existentialist revolution in philosophy: The limitations of philosophical existentialism ; Bonhoeffer's theological personalism ; Nietzsche --
III. The impact of Luther: Christ and conscience ; Simul justus et peccator : dialectic of radical obedience ; Bonhoeffer's Lutheran precursor : Sören Kierkegaard --
IV. Karl Barth and the nature of theology: Barth and Bonhoeffer ; Theological presuppositions and method --
V. Revelation and religion / Bonhoeffer ; Rudolf Bultmann --
Paul Tillich ; Karl Heim ; Karl Barth --
VI. The humanity of God in Christ: Finitum capax infiniti ; Christ pro me ; This-worldy transcendence ; Being-there-for-others --
VII. The dialectical reality of the church: The christopersonal community ; The church in a world "come of age" ; Classical theology and the spirituality in the prison writings --
VIII. Biblical hermeneutics: Dogmatic-theological exegesis ; Historical criticism ; "Non-religious interpretation of Biblical concepts" --
IX. The development of a christological ethics: Under the Third Reich ; Orders of preservation ; The recall to ultimacy --
A second look at the Penultimate ; The "religionless" Christian --
X. Paths in Bonhoeffer interpretation: Divergence or dialectic? ; Conservative, radical, or liberal?
Responsibility: [by] James W. Woelfel.

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