Eschatological Hermeneutics (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
256
Utgivningsdatum
2020-03-19
Förlag
T.& T.Clark Ltd
Medarbetare
Depoortere, Frederiek (ed.), O. P., Kathleen McManus (ed.)
Dimensioner
234 x 156 x 20 mm
Vikt
404 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780567693938
Eschatological Hermeneutics (häftad)

Eschatological Hermeneutics

The Theological Core of Experience and Our Hope for Salvation

Häftad Engelska, 2020-03-19
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Eschatology is the foundation for exploring Edward Schillebeeckx's work. Daniel Minch provides an in-depth analysis of his hermeneutical theology, informed by access to original texts previously unavailable in English. He examines the historical and doctrinal origins of his methodology, hermeneutics as human experience, and the continuing relevance of the approach for today's socio-economic context. Today, economics drives our predictions for the future. But Minch shows that Schillebeeckx's work reminds us of a 'new image of humanity', as well as a 'new image of God', part of the Catholic shift to a future-oriented 'theology of hope' that took place after the Second Vatican Council. These resist both economic logic and fundamentalist views of God and history that have become pervasive in popular notions of Christianity.
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Daniel Minch is Assistant Professor of Dogmatic Theology at the Institute of Systematic Theology and Liturgical Studies, University of Graz, Austria.

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Preface Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1 The End of Traditional Eschatology-Vatican II as Catalyst for Fundamental Theology Chapter 2 Hermeneutics, Eschatology, and Critical Theory Chapter 3 The Definitive Turn To Experience-Hermeneutic Mediation And Praxical Anticipation Of Salvation Chapter 4 Unifying Experience and Anthropology-The Ontological Reduction Chapter 5 Secularization and the Postmodern Subversion Of Christian Eschatology Chapter 6 God, Experience, and Economic Apocalypticism Conclusion: Re-Placing the Eschatological Horizon-Proposals for the Contemporary Context Bibliography Index