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New Testament theology in a secular world : a constructivist work in philosophical epistemology and Christian apologetics

Author: Peter Lampe
Publisher: London ; New York : T & T Clark, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"New Testament Theology in a Secular World is an important and original new work in Christian apologetics. It is the first book to apply constructivist theory to biblical studies. Biblical Studies scholar Peter Lampe tackles head on such questions as: What do we understand by "reality?" How does this relate to what theology calls the "reality of God" or the "reality of resurrection?" How can we account for the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Lampe
ISBN: 9780567324177 0567324176 9780567388889 0567388883
OCLC Number: 657604471
Language Note: Translated from the German edition, Die Wirklichkeit als Bild: das Neue Testament als ein Grunddokument abendländischer Kultur im Lichte konstruktivistischer Epistemologie und Wissenssoziologie, with substantial subsequent revisions and augmentations by the author.
Description: viii, 207 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : indicating the problem --
Stages in the history of thought on the way to constructivism --
The brain as a designer --
Objectivity as intersubjectivity : the interface with sociology of knowledge --
A constructivist sociology of knowledge model --
Implications for theological discourse --
Application of the model to early Christian examples : the new reality of the early Christians --
Rather intellectus intellectui concordat than ens intellectui concordat? : normative reflections on the concept of truth and on intercontextual competition in a pluralistic society --
The prospect for a constructivist theory of historiography --
Appendix: Life after death in selected texts of ancient Judaism.
Other Titles: Wirklichkeit als Bild.
Responsibility: Peter Lampe ; translated by Robert L. Brawley from the German edition, with substantial subsequent revisions and augmentations by the author.

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