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The thought of Rudolf Bultmann.

Author: André Malet
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971, [©1969]
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Malet, André.
Thought of Rudolf Bultmann.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971, [©1969]
(OCoLC)614670056
Named Person: Rudolf Bultmann; Rudolf Bultmann
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: André Malet
OCLC Number: 128261
Notes: Translation of Mythos et logos.
Description: vii, 440 pages 24 cm
Contents: Part One: Bultmann's Categories --
The problem stated --
1. What is "objectivity"? --
2. The Mind of the "natural man" --
I. The Greek Mind --
II. The Modern Mind --
3. The Biblical mind --
4. Myth --
5. Historie/Geschichte --
Part Two: Bringing the Categories into play --
The problem stated --
6. God --
I. God is not an Object --
II. God is Lord --
7. God's Actions and Miracles --
8. The Word of God --
9. Jesus Christ --
I. Liberal "Demythization" --
II. "Demythization" according to the History of Religion --
III. Demythologization --
IV. The Rationalism of Orthodoxy --
V. The Trouble with Conservative Exegesis --
10. Tradition, Church, Sacrament --
I. Tradition --
II. The Primitive Community as an Eschatological Community --
III. Paul's View of the Church --
IV. John's View of the Church --
V. Objectifying the Church --
11. Sin, Grace, Predestination --
I. Sin and Grace --
II. Predestination --
12. The Commandments of Love --
13. The Old Testament and the New --
14. Christianity and Humanism --
15. Christianity and Other Religions --
Part Three: Theology and Ontology --
The problem stated --
16. Bultmann and Heidegger --
I. Why Ontology is Necessary (the Direct proof) --
II. Why Ontology is Necessary (the Indirect Proof) --
III. Faith and Ontology --
IV. Heidegger's Ontoloty --
17. Bultmann and Jaspers --
18. Bultmann and Barth --
19. Conclusion.
Other Titles: Mythos et logos.
Responsibility: Translated from the French by Richard Strachan. Pref. by Rudolf Bultmann.

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