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The new hermeneutic

Author: Cornelius Van Til
Publisher: [Nutley, N.J.] : Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. Co., 1974.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cornelius Van Til
OCLC Number: 1684060
Description: vi, 230 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Chapter I: Its main representatives --
A. Ernst Fuchs --
1. The new problematics --
2. Beyond Bultmann --
a. On demythologization and an existential interpretation --
b. On the experience of faith --
c. On understanding the New Testament --
d. Love is God --
3. Hermeneutic --
a. Sprachlehre des Glaubens --
b. The language event as saving event --
c. The later Heidegger and the Silent Toll of Being --
d. Self-understanding --
i. The Easter faith --
ii. Vergangenheit des Todes --
iii. Christ as our origin and goal --
B. Gerhard Ebeling --
1. Justification by faith --
2. Participation in the essence of God --
3. God experienced as a question --
4. The radical questionableness of reality --
5. God is found in the conscience --
6. Faith as a vision of totality --
7. The failure of "objectivity" --
8. The critical-historical method --
9. The correlativity of the "subject" and the "object" of faith --
Chapter II: Reaction of some modern theologians --
A. John Dillenberger --
1. On broadening the new hermeneutic --
2. On going beyond the new hermeneutic --
3. The supra-lapsarian instinct --
4. Dillenberger's "improvements" --
5. Back to the parmenidean-heraclitean dilemma --
6. The modern Wesensshchau --
B. Fritz Buri --
1. The face of our time --
2. Is there room for faith today? --
3. Can we speak of God --
4. Deeper de-objectification --
5. Kant's three questions --
6. Back to the Parmenidean-Heraclitean dilemma --
7. Buri's new Christ --
C. Schubert M. Ogden --
1. Ogden on Barth's criticism of Bultmann --
2. Ogden's own criticism of Bultmann --
3. Bultmann and Parmenides --
4. Modern man's self-deceit --
5. On going beyond Bultmann --
6. Ogden's method and content --
7. Ogden's "sovereign grace" --
8. Ogden's "structural inconsistency" --
9. Back to Fuchs and Ebeling from Ogden via Buri and Dillenberger --
Chapter III: Reaction of some orthodox theologians --
A. D. R. Polman --
1. Under the spell of hermeneutik --
a. The Aufklarung (1650-1780) --
b. Kant's general approach --
Kant's ideas of autonomy, of abstract rationality and of contingency --
Kant's four rules of hermeneutics --
c. Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher (1768-1834) --
Albrecht Benjamin Ritschl (1822-1889) --
Ritschl on the Jesus of history --
e. The Christ of "old liberalism" --
f. New directions in hermeneutics --
g. The existential-Kerygmatic hermeneutic of Rudolf Bultmann --
h. The linguisticality of existence --
i. The new quest of the historical Jesus --
j. Robert G. Collingwood on history --
k. New directions in theology: Braaten --
l. New frontiers in theology --
m. Hans George Gadamer --
n. Dietrich Bonhoeffer --
o. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin's Christ-mystique --
p. Gordon D. Kaufmann --
Kaufmann's dialogue with God --
Kaufmann's dialogue with Malchus --
B. H. M. Kuitert --
1. Kuitert's writings --
2. Kuitert's general framework of thought --
a. Kuitert addresses reformed theologians --
The ethical is the non-intellectual --
The content and the packing --
Gerhard Ebeling on faith --
b. Evaluation of Kuitert's views --
Kuitert's great discovery --
Kuitert on the liberty train to Sartre --
The lights go out --
Kuitert's despair --
Kuitert's basic misalignments --
Kuitert's frantic search for objectivity in the light of tradition --
Kuitert's pro-me covenant theology --
Kuitert cries for help from drowning men --
c. Kuitert calls for a summit conference --
3. Kuitert's opening address --
b. Legitimate subjectivity: tradition --
b. The legitimacy of critical-historical research --
4. Kuitert's great betrayal --
a. Kuitert capitulates to modern science on the "origins of history" --
b. Kuitert capitulates to the "center" of history --
c. Kuitert capitulates to the modern philosophy with respect to the end of history --
Ernst Bloch: Das Prinzip Hoffnung --
Jurgen Moltmann: The Theology of Hope --
d. Kuitert's reevaluation of death --
e. Summary of Kuitert's views --
Kuitert's view of God --
Kuitert's view of man --
Kuitert's view of Christ --
Kuitert's view of Scripture --
C. S. U. Zuidema --
1. Zuidema's starting point --
2. Zuidema on modern humanism --
a. The philosophy of Occam --
b. Pioneers of humanism --
3. Zuidema on modern existentialism --
a. The "Christian existentialism" of Soren Kierkegaard --
b. Non-Christian existential philosophy --
Karl Jaspers --
Martin Heidegger --
c. Karl Barth existential theology --
d. The structure of Barth's doctrine of creation --
e. From Bultmann to Fuchs --
4. Zuidema on the new hermeneutic --
a. Fuchs-Ebeling --
b. Kuitert --
What is metaphysic? --
Chapter IV. The new hermeneutic of Holland --
1. Herman Wiersing --
2. G. P. Hartvelt --
3. J. Z. Koole --
4. F. J. Baarda --
5. C. Augustijn.
Responsibility: Cornelius Van Til.

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