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Impulse aus der Reformation

Zeitschrift für Evangelische Ethik
Kommentare, Studien, Berichte, Dokumentationen, Diskussionen, Rezensionen, Bibliographie
Heft 03/2016
60. Jahrgang

Erschienen: Juli 2016
ISSN: 0044-2674
Einzelpreis: 26,99 €


Ethik ohne Grenzen? ­ ­­­­­­­– Impulse aus der Reformation für das gegenwärtige Verständnis von Familie – Impulse aus der Reformation für das gegenwärtige Verständnis von Bildung – Reformation und Recht

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

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Einleitung

von: Ulrich H.J. Körtner

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Kommentar

Ethik ohne Grenzen?

von: Reiner Anselm

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Studien

Impulse aus der Reformation für das gegenwärtige Verständnis von Familie

von: Georg Raatz

The article »Impulses of the Reformation to the current understanding of family« initially deals with theological, methodological und historic-hermeneutical prolegomena following Ulrich Barth and Ernst Troeltsch. Subsequently the study reconstructs Luther’s conception of the household and its premodern structure, as well as its preadaptive advances to the modern age. Finally the essay evaluates potentials of Luther’s theology to the process of secularization (in the meaning of Niklas Luhmann) and to the development of the modern conception of family. In respect to Luther’s two kingdoms doctrine family lost its religious dignity and society evolved into modern functionally differentiated society. In this concept family represents a point of intersection and underlies the rational standards of e.g. law, mass media and social sciences.

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Impulse aus der Reformation für das gegenwärtige Verständnis von Bildung

von: Antje Roggenkamp

Since the 1960, religious education tries to communicate with pedagogic science, but not successfully. The reflection about these issues demands impulses which could be drawn from the theological discussion of the Reformation and could result in to a new comprehension of education. Nevertheless, the works of Ulrich Zwingli, Philipp Melanchthon and Martin Luther emphasize that the crisis of the education system in the Middle-Age can be just overcome by focusing on a subjective view but also on central theological thoughts which are able to determine the relations between philosophy and theology and therefore, the relation of pedagogic science and religious education.
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Reformation und Recht

von: Rochus Leonhardt

To approach to the question of the Protestant heritage of today’s legal culture, the article first applies to the position of Luther, who discussed the relationship between religion, law and politics at quite different levels. On second place, the present text examines the influence of the Reformation on the legal history development in Western Europe, especially in Germany. In this way, it is possible to expose the historical roots of the ›limping‹ separation of state and religion, which is typical for the situation in the Federal Republic of Germany until today. The third section contains reflections on the sustainability, or rather future viability of the current relationship between state and religion in Germany. These considerations are necessary because the religious situation has changed a lot, especially in the last 100 years.
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Rezensionen

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Literaturhinweise

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Autoren

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