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Glaube und religiöse Rede bei Tillich und im Shin-Buddhismus : eine religionshermeneutische Studie

Author: Stefan S Jäger
Publisher: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, ©2011.
Series: Tillich research, v. 2.
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The challenges of the Late Modern form the shared horizon of Christian and Buddhist religious-hermeneutic efforts to demonstrate the relevance to everyday life of their respective transmitted doctrines. This work applies an interreligious comparison based on the implicit homiletics of Paul Tillich to examine how a particular understanding of faith and reality affects religious communication. This approach reveals  Read more...
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Comparative studies
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Jäger, Stefan S.
Glaube und religiöse Rede bei Tillich und im Shin-Buddhismus.
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, ©2011
(DLC) 2011022769
Named Person: Paul Tillich; Paul Tillich
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan S Jäger
ISBN: 9783110268874 3110268876 1283430665 9781283430661
OCLC Number: 774285623
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 614 pages).
Series Title: Tillich research, v. 2.
Responsibility: Stefan S. Jäger.

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The challenges of the Late Modern form the shared horizon of Christian and Buddhist religious-hermeneutic efforts to demonstrate the relevance to everyday life of their respective transmitted doctrines. This work applies an interreligious comparison based on the implicit homiletics of Paul Tillich to examine how a particular understanding of faith and reality affects religious communication. This approach reveals that Buddhism has been a kerygmatic religion from the start, as is especially clear in the tradition of Japanese Shin Buddhism.

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