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Reinhold Niebuhr: The nature and implications of the relationship between his christology and anthropology
Only an interpretation of Reinhold Niebuhr which consistently adheres to the ideal/real dialectical structure intrinsic to his hermeneutics of myth does justice to the tensions inherent in his thought. The failure to ...
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF WALTER RAUSCHENBUSCH AND GUSTAVO GUTIERREZ' RESPECTIVE USES OF THE KINGDOM OF GOD AS A NORMATIVE SYMBOL FOR THEOLOGICAL ETHICS (LIBERATION THEOLOGY)
Walter Rauschenbusch, a leading theologian in the uniquely North American social gospel movement, and Gustavo Gutierrez, a founding figure in the development of liberation theology, are two of the most ethically, socially ...
The irreducibility of guilt in Dostoevsky
Dostoevsky views guilt as a qualitative determination of the person. Guilt's referent is man's personality, his ontological status, and not simply external or conventional judgments. Both the judgment and the chastisement ...
Jesus' parables, language and the common world: A response to Dominic Crossan's theology of story
For the last decade Dominic Crossan has been at the forefront of the movement from an historical to a language-based paradigm for interpretation of the New Testament. Much of his work during this time has addressed the ...