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Die unvollendete Reformation

Evangelische Theologie
Heft 04/2017
77. Jahrgang

Erschienen: August 2017
ISSN: 0014-3502
Einzelpreis: 15,99 €


Weitere Themen: Wie weit reicht die Nächstenliebe? – Altruismus als intelligente Form des Nutzenkalküls? – »Der Gerechte wird sich freuen […] und wird seine Füße baden in des Gottlosen Blut.« (Ps 58,11). Zum Beten der Rachepsalmen

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von: Bernd Oberdorfer

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Hauptartikel

Die unvollendete Reformation

Ungelöste Probleme – ökumenische Antworten
von: Jürgen Moltmann

On the occasion of the anniversary of the Reformation, Jürgen Moltmann makes the case for a new theological culture of debate that is not willing to accept the ecclesial status quo but rather seizes and continues the reformatory impulse. It is also the task of the Protestant churches to overcome their establishmentarian heritage and foster a ›catholic‹ unity of the church in the sense of a ›universal papacy of all baptized‹. For inspiration, they should turn to the peacemaking ethos of the anabaptist Tradition, who were persecuted also by the Protestant Reformers in the 16th century. According to Moltmann, the reformatory doctrine of justification focused unilaterally on forgiveness for the culprits, while nowadays the focus should rather be on the perspective of the victims of sinful violence. With regard to ecumenism, time has come for a common celebration of the Eucharist. Moltmann argues for a contemporary ›formation of hope‹ in the light of the resurrection of Jesus following the ›re-formation of faith‹ of the 16th century.
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Wie weit reicht die Nächstenliebe?

Das biblische Konzept in der Diskussion über den Altruismus
von: Thomas Söding

Altruism and love of neighbor are different, but not irreconcilable concepts. Biblical ethics confirms the possibility of love of God, neighbor and self being one in accordance with another. Dialogue with philosophical, educational and psychological concepts of altruism will help to reflect the awareness of the problems connected with the ethical potential of the commandment of love rooted so deeply in the Bible. These concepts span between the poles of identity and sociability, authority and freedom, religion and ethos. Its core is the hermeneutical ability to communicate between a reflected theocentrism and humanitarianism. Thus one can realize the biblical approach not to develop a peculiar moral but to enforce morality itself and to provide secular ethical approaches of liberal cultures with a religious dialogue partner setting its limits and showing its pathways.
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Altruismus als intelligente Form des Nutzenkalküls?

Zur Diskussion anthropologischer Verhaltensannahmen im Dialog mit den Wirtschaftswissenschaften
von: Traugott Jähnichen

This contribution scrutinizes the traditional, ethically charged alternative of altruism and egoism. It presupposes to view altruism and selfishness as a continuum of possible behavior that can be balanced in different ways according to the individual logic of their ranges of action. The systematic-theological starting point of this approach is Martin Luther’s distinction between the actions of Christians as private persons or as officials. This distinction proves highly relevant under the conditions of functionally diverse societies.
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»Der Gerechte wird sich freuen […] und wird seine Füße baden in des Gottlosen Blut.« (Ps 58,11)

Zum Beten der Rachepsalmen
von: Nadine Hamilton

The essay probes the question whether or not the so-called Psalms of Revenge may be prayed either in private settings or churches. In his Finkenwalde sermon on Psalm 58, Dietrich Bonhoeffer considers them as »Psalm[s] of an Innocent«; it is thus questionable whether a mere christological reading does justice to these psalms or rather subordinates them to the respective christological preconception. Alternatively one should try to pay attention to the strangeness of these texts apparent in their narrative sense and theological horizon. It is only then that one can (with Bonhoeffer) develop the christological reading as an additional level of these texts that enables us to understand these verses as God’s word in human words.
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Kritisches Forum

Amazing grace

Zu John Barclays Buch über »Paul and the gift«
von: Christine Gerber

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Jetzt rede ich: Eilert Herms’ Theorie der Religiosität

von: Michael Welker

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Zur Situation

Radikale Pluralität als Herausforderung für Demokratie und Kirche

von: Rebekka A. Klein

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