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The Christian existentialist; the philosophy and theology of self-fulfillment in modern society

Bernhard Häring

The Christian existentialist; the philosophy and theology of self-fulfillment in modern society

by Bernhard Häring

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Published by New York University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personalism.,
  • Existentialism.,
  • Christian ethics -- Catholic authors.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Bernard Häring.
    SeriesThe Deems lectures,, 1966
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB828.5 .H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 102 p.
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5605869M
    LC Control Number68013027

      Many enemies of Christianity were identified: Romanism, socialism, modern philosophy, atheism, Eddyism, Mormonism, spiritualism, and the like, but above all liberal theology, which rested on a naturalistic interpretation of the doctrine of faith, and German higher criticism and Darwinism, which appeared to undermine the Bible’s authority. This theology is a variant of the naturalism of John Dewey, which combined atheistic beliefs with religious terminology in order to construct a religiously satisfying philosophy for those who had lost faith in traditional religion. [See id. at ; but see Caplan at p. 23, fn ("The majority of Kaplan's views were formulated before he.

    The Author. IAN CLAUSEN (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is the Arthur J. Ennis Postdoctoral Fellow at Villanova University, USA. He previously held a two-year post at Valparaiso University as a Lilly Postdoctoral Fellow. His research centers on Augustine and the Augustinian moral tradition, and extends to twenty-first century debates on technology, moral theory and . An Ancient Message, Through Modern Means, to a Postmodern Mind. article by. "The intelligent public is waiting to hear from art what it does not hear from theology, philosophy and social theory and what it cannot hear from pure science. A broader, fuller, more coherent, more comprehensive account of what we human beings are, who we are, and.

    It has been reflected likewise in some of the basic works on existentialist philosophy which take man, the total stranger, for their central theme and which emphasize that homelessness is man’s fate. Homelessness, says Heidegger, is now the fate of all, the fate of the : Fritz Pappenheim.   • They were concerned that Protestant liberal theology had been so intent on making the Christian faith palatable to the modern mindset that it had lost the gospel. • A God without wrath created men without sin and brought into a Kingdom through the ministrations of a Christ without a : Dickson Bota.


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The Christian Existentialist: The Philosophy and Theology of Self-Fulfillment in Modern Society. The Deems Lectures. New York: New York University Press, John Macquarrie s wonderfully lucid book An Existentialist Theology: A Comparison of Heidegger and Bultmann (Harper & Row, The Christian Existentialist; the Philosophy and Theology of Self-Fulfillment in Modern Society.

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Personalism is an intellectual stance that emphasizes the importance of human s conceptualizations have been explored, so personalism exists in many different versions, and this makes it somewhat difficult to define as a philosophical and theological movement.

The term "personalism" was used in print first by Friedrich Schleiermacher in the last year of the 18th. Christian philosopher Milton Hunnex reveals how existentialism has penetrated modern theological circles: Unable to assimilate either the naturalism of Aristotle or that of the scientific revolution, Protestant theology eventually turned to idealism as the modern philosophy best adapted to Christian belief.

Christian theology, and helped introduce existential theology to the general public. His seminal work ` The Courage to Be' follows Kierkegaard's analysis of anxiety and life's absurdity, but puts forward the thesis that modern man must, via God, achieve. He takes a stance against the mainstream and popular social movement of existentialism by satirizing the philosophy.

Although he ponders about life’s meaning, Gardner opposes the “social benefits of adopting an existentialist posture,” while also believing that there is more to life than individual self-fulfillment (Nutter 50).

The history of Christ and the Disciples at Emmaus is one of promise and disappointment. The work was purchased by Carnegie Steel chairman Henry Clay Frick, when he first saw it unfinished on the artist’s easel in the summer of An avid patron of the arts, Frick immediately donated the work to the Carnegie Institute, where it became one of the.

Book Edition الطبعة الأولى. al-Ṭabʻah al-ūlá. Published The Christian existentialist; the philosophy and theology of self-fulfillment in modern society. Häring, Bernhard, BH3. On revelation as a personal self-disclosure, see Austin Farrer, “Revelation,” in Basil Mitchell, ed. Faith and Logic: Oxford Essays in Philosophical Theology (London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd, ), pp 85; also William J Abraham, “Revelation” in Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall mc,  The concept of the human person must be at the heart of all ethical inquiries Tomasz Strzebonski December 7, The concept of the human person must be at the heart of all ethical inquiries The Christian Existentialist: the Philosophy and Theology of Self-Fulfillment in Modern Society.

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The Ritschlian theology in which Barth was nurtured was controlled by a modern form of the critical philosophy of Immanuel Kant. [33] To be sure, Kant’s distinction between the noumenal and phenomenal realms does bolster a theology of radical transcendence and likely informs Barth’s theology to some degree.

HARING B Christian existentialist: the philosophy & theology of self-fulfillment in modern society: containing the Deems Lectures delivered at New York University in University of London/New York Pr pp hb dw disc around top & sl rb, pages v sl disc, some highlighting & few pen textual marks ow vg £A more contemporary Christian mystic would be Evelyn Underhill who authored the book, “Mysticism, A Study of the nature and Development of Man’s Spiritual Consciousness.” 2.

Initially an agnostic with an interest in Neo-Platonism, she eventually became an Anglo-Catholic with strong leanings toward mysticism. The Absurdity of Life Without God. One of the apologetic questions that contemporary Christian theology must treat is what has been called “the human predicament,” that is to say, the significance of human life in a post-theistic universe.

which reads more like a piece of modern existentialist literature than a book of the Bible.