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Theology for the third millennium : an ecumenical view

Autor: Hans Küng
Editora: New York : Doubleday, 1988.
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Discusses theological issues, the principles of Christian theology, the relationship between Christianity and the world's religions, and the postmodernism of Karl Barth
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Küng, Hans, 1928-
Theology for the third millennium.
New York : Doubleday, 1988
(OCoLC)597790826
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Hans Küng
ISBN: 0385244983 9780385244985
Número OCLC: 17265521
Notas: Translation of: Theologie im Aufbruch.
Includes indexes.
Descrição: xvi, 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: Foreword --
Direction: on the way to "postmodernity" --
Postmodern: a heuristic concept --
Crisis and the departure toward the new --
The function of religion in postmodernity --
[Part I.] Classical conflicts --
[Section I.] Ecumenical theology caught in the cross fire --
Consequences of the dispute between Rome, Luther, and Erasmus --
Chances for a third force? --
The restoration of the counter-reformation --
Erasmus the unloved --
A reformer before the reformers --
The emergency: Wittenberg versus Rome --
Between Rome and Wittenberg: neutrality instead of commitment --
Martin Luther's share of the guilt --
On the responsibility of theology at the moment of truth --
Ecumenical theology between aggression and flight --
[Pt. I / Section II.] The Bible and Church tradition --
Unfinished business between Catholicism, Protestantism, and Orthodoxy --
Scripture "and" tradition: the Catholic answer to Luther --
Scripture "or" tradition: a weak compromise by Vatican --
Scripture taken literally: the Protestant version of infallibility --
Does inspired mean unerring? Vatican II and the Bible --
The ecumenical solution: scripture as testimony to revelation --
Is the orthodox tradition in keeping with scripture?: the problem of the Eastern Church --
Yes to the Bible, tradition, and authority --
No to biblicism, traditionalism, and authoritarianism --
What Christians believe in --
[Pt. I / Section III.] Schism because of the Bible? --
On the problem of the unity of scripture and the Church --
Is the unity of the Church grounded in the New Testament canon? / Ernst Kä̈semann --
The dispute over unity / Hermann Diem --
Narrowing the area of discussion: agreements --
The reason for the multiplicity of confessions: selection --
Evangelical Catholicity as an imperative --
Postscript 1986 --
[Pt. I / Section IV.]Dogma versus the Bible? --
Historico-critical exegesis as a challenge to dogmatic theology --
on the misery of today's dogmatic theology --
The sacraments: "instituted by christ"? --
Church offices: "in the apostolic succession"? --
Jesus Christ: in the shadow of dogma? --
[Part II.] Future perspectives --
[section I.] How does one do Christian theology? --
Steps toward understanding --
Vatican II and its consequences --
A comparison of two Christologies / Edward Schillebeeckx --
What is the norm for Christian theology? --
The consensus on historico-critical exegesis --
What to do in the jungle of hypotheses? --
What is the horizon of Catholic theology? --
Critical correlation without critical confrontation? --
[Section II.] Paradigm change in theology and science --
Fundamental historical-theological clarification --
In search of connections --
The theoretical framework --
What does paradigm change mean? / Thomas S. Kuhn --
Macro, meso, and micro paradigms --
How does novelty come into being?: parallels from natural science and theology --
A total break? the question of continuity --
Differences between theology and science --
A critical ecumenical theology --
Horizon? the world (first constant) --
What standard? the Christianmessage (second constant) --
[Pt. II / Section III.] A new basic model of theology? --
Disputable and indisputable points --
"Paradigm": a controversial concept --
Clarifications --
The present-day crisis: what we don't have to argue about any more --
Four dimensions of the postmodern paradigm --
[Pt. II / Section IV.] Theology on the way to a new paradigm --
Reflections on my own career --
The paradigm of Catholic traditionalism --
Speculative escape routes? / Karl Rahner --
A theology of crisis / Karl Barth --
Bridging the gap between exegesis and dogmatic theology --
The Christian message as the basic norm of theology --
Today's world of experience as the horizon of theology --
From the modern-enlightened to the postmodern paradigm --
Theology in the postmodern paradigm --
Ethos and style of critical ecumenical theology --
[Part III.] A new departure toward a theology of the world religions --
[Section I.] on paradigm change in the world religions --
Preliminary reflections on an analysis of the religious situation of the age --
The distinction between religion and paradigm --
The question of epochal thresholds --
The survival of "outdated" paradigms in art and religion --
Does paradigm change mean progress? --
Constants and variables in Buddhism --
[Section II.] Is there one true religion? --
An essay in establishing ecumenical criteria --
One or several: a pragmatic solution? --
Four basic positions --
The knotty question of a criterion for truth --
The human element: general ethical criterion --
The authentic or canonical: general religious criterion --
On the specifically Christian criterion --
On the way to ever greater truth --
[Part IV.] Karl Barth and the postmodern paradigm --
Dates and places of original publication --
Theological confrontation --
Catholic attempts at understanding --
Ecumenical understanding --
Karl Barth: initiator of a "postmodern" paradigm in theology --
Karl Barth: not the perfector of the postmodern paradigm in theology --
Creation-revelation: the permanent challenge of "natural theology" --
Criticism of "theological exegesis": the permanent challenge of Rudolf Bultmann --
A critical-sympathetic rereading of Barth against the background of postmodernity.
Outros Títulos: Theologie im Aufbruch.
Responsabilidade: Hans Küng ; translated by Peter Heinegg.

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Discusses theological issues, the principles of Christian theology, the relationship between Christianity and the world's religions, and the postmodernism of Karl Barth

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