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How Africa Shaped The Christian Mind

Author: Thomas C. Oden
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830837051
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Thomas C. Oden surveys the decisive role of African Christians and theologians in shaping the doctrines and practices of the church of the first five centuries, and makes an impassioned plea for the rediscovery of that heritage. Christians throughout the world will benefit from this reclaiming of an important heritage.

The Wiley Blackwell Companion To African Religions

Author: Elias Kifon Bongmba
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405196904
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"The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to African Religions" presents multidisciplinary perspectives on the religious beliefs and practices of the peoples in Africa. The rich diversity of African religious traditions is revealed through contributions from renowned scholars from across a variety of fields. Initial essays focus on methodological approaches to religion from anthropological, philosophical, and historical perspectives. These are followed by articles addressing religious experiences in indigenous, Christian, and Islamic traditions across the continent. Collectively, the volume offers rich insights into both the historical developments in African religions and contemporary religious issues, including the development of African-initiated churches, neo traditional religions, Pentecostalism, African religions, and gender relations. A concluding section delves into important topics at the intersection of culture and religion in Africa, including the arts, health, politics, globalization, and the economy.

Classic Christianity

Author: Thomas C. Oden
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061897329
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For the first time, Thomas Oden's Systematic Theology classic series (individually titled The Living God, The Word of Life, and Life in the Spirit) is available in one complete volume. A renowned theologian, Oden provides a consensus view of the Christian faith, delving deeply into ancient Christian tradition and bringing to the contemporary church the best wisdom from its past. In this magisterial work, Oden tackles the central questions of Christian belief and the nature of the trinity. Written for clergy, Christian educators, religious scholars, and lay readers alike, Classic Christianity provides the best synthesis of the whole history of Christian thought. Part one explores the most intriguing questions of the study of God—Does God exist? Does Jesus reveal God? Is God personal, compassionate, free?—and presents answers that reflect the broad consensus culled from the breadth of the church's teachers. It is rooted deeply and deliberately in scripture but confronts the contemporary mind with the vitality of the Christian tradition. Part two addresses the perplexing Christological issues of whether God became flesh, whether God became Christ, and whether Christ is the source of salvation. Oden details the core beliefs concerning Jesus Christ that have been handed down for the last two hundred decades, namely, who he was, what he did, and what that means for us today. Part three examines how the work of God in creation and redemption is being brought to consummation by the Holy Spirit in persons, through communities, and in the fullness of human destiny. Oden's magisterial study not only treats the traditional elements of systematical theology but also highlights the foundational exegetes throughout history. Covering the ecumenical councils and early synods; the great teachers of the Eastern church tradition, including Athanasius and John Chrysostom; and the prominent Western figures such as Augustine, Ambrose, Thomas Aquinas, Martin Luther, and John Calvin, this book offers the reader the fullest understanding of the Christian faith available.

John Wesley S Teachings Complete Set

Author: Thomas C. Oden
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780310516453
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This complete set of Thomas C. Oden's masterful study is a text-by-text guide to John Wesley's teachings. It introduces Wesley's thought on the basic tenets of Christian teaching: God, providence, and man (volume 1), Christ and salvation (volume 2), the practice of pastoral care (volume 3), and issues of ethics and society (volume 4).

Christentum Und Afrikanische Kultur

Author: Fiedler, Klaus
Publisher: Luviri Press
ISBN: 9996096858
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The missionaries have often been accused of having destroyed African cultures, be it deliberately or because they did not understand. The author draws a very different picture in his study of a number of German missionaries in various parts of Tanzania, who had a high appreciation of African culture. He argues that acceptance of inculturation attempts do not depend on race but on role, and the same applies to both Black and White.

Liebe

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Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 3788728701
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"Lege mich wie ein Siegel an dein Herz, wie ein Siegel an deinen Arm, denn stark wie der Tod ist die Liebe" - dieser biblische Vers hat nicht nur ungezählte Theologen zu geistigen Höhenfl ügen bewegt, sondern auch manch verliebte Leserin zu zärtlichen Träumereien verleitet. "Gott ist Liebe, und wer in der Liebe bleibt, bleibt in Gott und Gott bleibt in ihm" - diese biblische Botschaft war für viele der Kern jeder christlichen theologischen und ethischen Orientierung. Das Jahrbuch für Biblische Theologie 29 (2014) mit dem Titel "Liebe" nimmt das breite Spektrum religiöser, ethischer, emotionaler und sinnlicher Schattierungen auf, die mit dem Thema Liebe verbunden werden: Gottesliebe, Caritas und Humanität - und ebenso Amor, Leidenschaft und Eros. Herausragende Figuren, Texte und Bilder der Liebe, vom Hohenlied bis zur Fußwaschung, aber auch die tiefen Verbindungen der Liebe mit Glaube und Hoffnung und mit der Ausgießung des Heiligen Geistes loten das Spannungsfeld der biblischen Rede von Liebe aus und brechen enge und banale Vorstellungen von dieser Himmelsmacht auf: ein bereichernder und aufregender Streifzug durch die Bibel und ihre christliche und jüdische Wirkungsgeschichte. Mit Beiträgen von Thomas Böhm, Mariano Delgado, Walter Dietrich, Camille Focant, Ottmar Fuchs, Anni Hentschl, Ralf Koerrenz, Matthias Konradt, Gabrielle Oberhänsli-Widmer, Risto Saarinen, Andreas Schüle, William Schweiker, Andrea Taschl-Erber, Gerd Theißen, Günter Thomas und Michael Welker.

Der Ursprung Des Christentums

Author: Karl Kautsky
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3954556243
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In seinem Buch »Der Ursprung des Christentums« entwickelt der marxistische Theoretiker und Historiker Karl Kautsky (1854-1938) ein detailreiches Bild von Staat und Gesellschaft des frühen römischen Kaiserreichs, das mit der Gründungszeit des Christentums zusammenfällt. Großen Wert legt Kautsky dabei auf die Darstellung der religiösen und vor allem wirtschaftlichen Situation der unteren Gesellschaftsschichten, die sich durch die christliche Heilsbotschaft besonders angesprochen fühlten. Nachdruck der 1908 in Stuttgart erschienenen Originalausgabe.