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The communion of saints; a dogmatic inquiry into the sociology of the church.

Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [©1963]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
OCLC Number: 385130
Notes: "This translation is published in Great Britain under the title: Sanctorum Communio ... based on the third German edition of 1960."
Description: 256 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Towards a definition of social philosophy and sociology --
2. The Christian concept of the person and concepts of basic social relation --
The four schemes for the concepts of basic social relation in the light of the Christian concept of then person and of basic relation --
The concept of God and basic social relations and the concept of the i-thou relationship --
3. The primal state and the problem of community --
Preliminary --
The theological problem: human spirituality and sociality --
Personal being as structurally open --
Personal being as structurally closed --
The sociological problem --
Social community as community of will --
Typology of social communities --
Objective spirit --
4. Sin and the broken community --
Original sin --
Ethical collective persons --
5. Sanctorum communion --
Basic principles --
conclusion of the discussion in the concept of the church: retrospect and prospect --
A brief outline of the New Testament view of the church --
Positive presentation leading to the basic problems and their development --
The church established in and through Christ, its realization --
The Holy Spirit and the church of Jesus Christ, the actualization of the essential church --
Multiplicity of spirits --
Community of spirit --
The spiritual unity of the church, the collective person --
The empirical form of the church --
The objective spirit of the church and the Holy Spirit --
The logical relation between the empirical and essential church --
Sociological forms and functions for the empirical church --
The worshipping congregation --
The sanctorum communion as bearer of the ministry --
The sociological context of the act congregation, the three concentric circles --
The sociological problem of the care of souls --
Authority and freedom in the empirical church --
The church as an independent sociological type and its place in the order of sociological types --
Church and sect --
The individual form of the objective spirit in the church of today --
Church and proletariat --
Faith in the sanctorum communion and 'experiencing the church' --
The church and eschatology.
Other Titles: Sanctorum communio.

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