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Jaspers and Bultmann; a dialogue between philosophy and theology in the existentialist tradition.

Author: Eugene Thomas Long
Publisher: Durham, N.C., Duke University Press, 1968.
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The purpose of this book is to make a contribution toward an understanding of some of the issues raised in the contemporary dialogue between philosophy and theology. I have concentrated in particular on the dialogue between Karl Jaspers, a philosopher, and Rudolf Bultmann, a theologian.
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Long, Eugene Thomas.
Jaspers and Bultmann.
Durham, N.C., Duke University Press, 1968
(OCoLC)614496367
Named Person: Karl Jaspers; Rudolf Bultmann; Karl Jaspers; Rudolf Bultmann; Karl Jaspers; Rudolf Bultmann; Karl Jaspers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene Thomas Long
OCLC Number: 256776
Description: vi, 153 pages 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
Philosophy and the illumination of existence --
Preliminary view of the nature of faith --
Philosophical and Christian faith --
2. Revelation and faith --
General revelation --
Special revelation --
Exclusivism and revelation --
Revelation and history --
3. Faith and language --
Theory of language --
Language and communication --
Language and meaning --
4. Faith and truth --
Faith and science --
Faith and reason --
Faith and tradition --
Faith and truth --
5. Summary and conclusion.

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The purpose of this book is to make a contribution toward an understanding of some of the issues raised in the contemporary dialogue between philosophy and theology. I have concentrated in particular on the dialogue between Karl Jaspers, a philosopher, and Rudolf Bultmann, a theologian.

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