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Reformation : legacy and future

Author: Petra Bosse-Huber; Serge Fornerod; Thies Gundlach; Gottfried Wilhelm Locher
Publisher: Geneva : World Council of Churches Publications, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Petra Bosse-Huber; Serge Fornerod; Thies Gundlach; Gottfried Wilhelm Locher
ISBN: 9782825416600 2825416606
OCLC Number: 902661542
Notes: Contributions from a congress sponsored by the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD) and the Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches (FSPC) held in Zurich in October 2013.
Description: xx, 333 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 23 cm
Contents: Part 1. Introducing the Reformation jubilee. "Who am I to stand in God's way?": opening sermon / Michel Müller --
The Reformation: remembering for our future / Gottfried Locher --
Why are we gathered together? / Nikolaus Schneider --
Part 2. Biblical studies. Romans 3:21-31 / Karen Georgia Thompson --
John 3:1-15 / Margot Kässmann --
Matthew 5:13-16 / Klara Tarr Cselovszky --
Part 3. Theological legacy of the Reformation. The Reformation's legacy / Rowan Williams --
An exclusive faith: the fourfold "alone" of Reformation theology / Ulrich H.J. Körtner --
The Swiss contribution to the Reformation movement / Peter Opitz --
Protestantism and postconfessionalism in Korea / Jong Wha Park --
The legacy of the Reformation and its significance for the ecumenical movement today / Olav Fykse Tveit --
Part 4. Themes and impact of the Reformation. A: Church history. Earlier Reformations and Reformation: Pierre Valdo, John Wycliffe, Jan Hus, Girolamo Savonarola / Fulvio Ferrario --
Breaking away or emerging from the Middle Ages? / Volker Leppin --
Humanism, Reformation, Enlightenment: connections and divisions / Christine Christ-von Wedel --
New media and new networks: the Reformation and the printed book / Martin Wallraff --
The princes' Reformation and the people's Reformation / Athina Lexutt --
Reformation, radical Reformation, Anabaptists, and the Peasants' War: Reformation between intolerance and revolution / Walter Fleischmann-Bisten --
Reformation jubilee and confessionalization / Erik A. de Boer --
Pietism: a second Reformation? / Martin Hirzel --
B. Social history. Impact of the Reformation on women's lives: Strasbourg in the 16th century / Anne-Marie Heitz Muller --
Reformation jubilees: a Protestant construction / Marianne Carbonnier-Burkard --
Caricature and satire in the age of Reformation and confessions / Frédéric Elsig --
Reformation and democracy: subsidiarity and the priesthood of all believers / Martin Sallmann --
C. Dogmatics. The "unintended" Reformation?: reflections on the Reformation, individualism, and the secular age / Christophe Chalamet --
Calvin's economic ethics: capitalist, socialist, or something else entirely? / François Dermange --
Reformation and politics: between prophetic voice and blind obedience / Douwe Visser --
D. Ecumenism. Luther's dispute with his Catholic opponents: the example of purgatory / Wolfgang Thoenissen --
A dialogue that turned into a monologue: correspondence between theologians from Tübingen and the Patriarch Jeremias II of Constantinople, 1573-1581 / Viorel Mehedinţu --
Reform or Reformation?: the Councils of Trent, Vatican I, and Vatican II / Johanna Rahner --
Part 5. The churches and the Reformation jubilee. In the beginning there was freedom / Thies Gundlach --
Challenges and opportunities of the jubilee: a Lutheran perspective / Anne Burghardt --
The Reformation jubilee and Christianity in China / Aiming Wang --
Commemorating the Reformation from an ecumenical perspective / Kurt Cardinal Koch --
Part 6. Evaluating the jubilee conference. A polyphony of Protestant voices / Michael Bünker --
Why we celebrate the jubilee / Ibrahim Wushishi --
Free evangelical churches and the jubilee / Frank Fornaçon --
Anabaptist and Mennonite churches and the Reformation jubilee / Hanspeter Jecker.
Responsibility: Petra Bosse-Huber, Serge Fornerod, Thies Gundlach, Gottfried Locher, editors.

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