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introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann.

Walter Schmithals

introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann.

by Walter Schmithals

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Published by Augsburg Pub. House in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bultmann, Rudolf Karl, 1884-1976.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4827.B78 S273 1968b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 334 p.
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5622512M
    LC Control Number68031995

    Published in David W. Congdon, The Mission of Demythologizing: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology (Minneapolis: Fortress, ), , here, Should one, for example, portray the creation and origins of the world analogously to an emergence of a piece of art, one is using mythical language or human analogy to portray the divine. Rudolf Karl Bultmann (bŏŏlt´män), –, German existentialist theologian, educated at the universities of Tübingen, Berlin, and taught at the universities of Breslau and Giessen and from to was professor at the Univ. of Marburg. Strongly influenced by the existentialist philosophy of Martin Heidegger, Bultmann is best known for his work on the New Testament.

    An introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann.. [Walter Schmithals] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Rudolf Bultmann; Rudolf Bultmann: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Schmithals. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Rudolf Bultmann, a highly acclaimed New Testament scholar, was born in the former German state of Oldenburg. His theological training, which began at the University of Tubingen in , was subsequently carried out at the universities of Marburg and Berlin.4/5(1).

    What the name of Charles Darwin is to the field of biological science, the name of Rudolf Bultmann is to the world of New Testament study. Virtually every student of theology worldwide is introduced to the writings of German scholar Rudolf Karl Bultmann (–) and his students. Bultmann himself contributes an introductory chapter of autobiographical reflections, and the editor offers an introduction to the main aspects and influences of Bultmann's thought. Among the contributors are D. G. Bornkamm, E. M. Good, H. P. Owen, Paul S. Minear, Schubert M. Ogden, John MacQuarrie, and others, and the whole range of Bultmann's.


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Introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann by Walter Schmithals Download PDF EPUB FB2

Although the name of Rudolf Bultmann is so well-known, and a considerable number of his writings, and specialist discussions of them, are available in English, there has so far been no thorough basic introduction setting out Bultmann's theology in a comprehensive by: 6. An introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann; Hardcover – January 1, /5(1).

An introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann [Walter Schmithals] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bultmann demythologizes the texts because, ultimately, the Christian Gospel is no He is famous for his demythologizing project which seeks to interpret the biblical texts, which we composed in a mythological context, in terms understandable to the modern man - i.e.

in existential categories, indebted to the existential phenomenology of Martin Heidegger, Bultmann's friend and colleague.4/5. Introduction: Rudolf Bultmann --Theology as talk of God --Man --inauthenticity and sin --Authenticity and faith --The saving event: cross and resurrection --The saving event: revelation --The saving event: the word --The historical Jesus --The problem of hermeneutics: general considerations --The problem of hermeneutics: demythologizing.

Introduction to the Theology of Rudolf Bultmann by Schmithals, Walter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - An Introduction to the Theology of Rudolf Bultmann; by Schmithals, Walter - AbeBooks. ''David Congdon's lucid and innovative treatment of Rudolf Bultmann is an excellent contribution to scholarship.

Those eager to understand, appreciate, and, most importantly, learn from one of the most important (and, alas, most misunderstood) 'greats' of twentieth-century European theology have, in this book, an indispensable resource.''/5(13). Chapter 1 jump starts Bultmanns theology by examining the message of Jesus.

Bultmann states that the message of Jesus is the presupposition for the theology of the New Testament rather than a part of that theology itself (p3). Bultmann also claims that the /5(8). Rudolph Bultmann (Making of Modern Theology): Interpreting Faith for the Modern Era by Rudolf Karl Bultmann and Roger A.

Johnson out of 5 stars 4. The survey of his theology by Walter Schmithals (Introduction to the Theology of Rudolf Bultmann [Augsburg, ]) successfully demonstrates how wide was his scope. But he was primarily a New Testament scholar, not a philosopher; his datum was Scripture.

An Introduction to the Theology of Rudolf Bultmann: Schmithals, Walter: Books - ews: 1. Rudolf Bultmann book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

Rudolf Bultmann is one of the most widely known but least read theol. Rudolf Bultmann, in full Rudolf Karl Bultmann, (born AugWiefelstede, Germany—died JMarburg, West Germany), leading 20th-century New Testament scholar known for his program to “ demythologize ” the New Testament—i.e., to interpret, according to the concepts of existentialist philosophy, the essential message of the New Testament that was.

Although the name of Rudolf Bultmann is so well-known, and a considerable number of his writings, and specialist discussions of them, are available in English, there has so far been no thorough basic introduction setting out Bultmann's theology in a comprehensive way.

This gap has now been admirably filled by the present book, which derives from a. Introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann. Minneapolis, Augsburg Pub. House [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Rudolf Bultmann; Rudolf Karl Bultmann; Rudolf Bultmann: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter Schmithals.

In this introduction to his theology—the first of its kind in over twenty years—David W. Congdon guides readers through ten central themes in Bultmann’s theology, ranging from eschatology and dialectic to freedom and advent.

Karl Barth and Rudolf Bultmann became friends when they met in Marburg in Bultmann was strongly influenced by Barth's criticism of liberal theology. However, the different directions they took in their interpretation of the Bible drove them apart.

Their 'debate' lasted for years, being conducted in published articles, lectures and letters. From to Rudolf Bultmann offered an introductory course in theology, the so-called theological encyclopedia, which he continually revised and refined.

The work, finally published posthumously, shows the early, combative Bultmann struggling with inherited tradition. Theological Interpretation In the quest for theological meaning Bultmann now introduces two terms which are really modes of access to theSachexegese Bible: and Sachkritik. Sachexegese is largely identified with the traditional histor­ ical exegesis, the identification of what is said and what is done.

Rudolf Karl Bultmann (German: ; 20 August – 30 July ) was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of the New Testament at the University of was one of the major figures of earlyth-century biblical studies.A prominent critic of liberal theology, Bultmann instead argued for an existentialist interpretation of the New Testament.

Schmithals, An Introduction to the Theology of Rudolf Bultmann, Augsburg Fortress Publishers (). ISBN Schubert M. Ogden, Christ Without Myth: A Study Based on the Theology of Rudolf Bultmann, SMU Press; Reprint edition () ISBN It is difficult to overestimate the singularity of Rudolf Bultmann.

Bultmann's Theology of the New Testamentchanged the course of New Testament interpretation and has continued to influence the /5(3).An introduction to the theology of Rudolf Bultmann; translated from the German by John Bowden S.C.M.

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