5 edition of Theology Between the East and West: A Radical Legacy found in the catalog.
November 30, 2002
by Wipf & Stock Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Frank D. MacChia (Editor), S. Paul Chung (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||465|
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: Theology Between the East and West: A Radical Legacy: Essays in Honor of Jan Milic Lochman (): Macchia, Frank D.: BooksFormat: Paperback. Frank D. Macchia is Director of Graduate Programs in Religion and Associate Professor of Theology at Vanguard University of Southern California. Paul S. Chung is Faculty Lecturer at the Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, which is part of the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California.
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Book description: In CE, the Great Schism between Eastern and Western Christianity occurred, and the official break of communion between the two ancient branches of the church continues to this day. Lossky's account makes clear the profound theological differences between East and West, as well as offering an important contribution to ecumenism and to the life of Christian devotion.
The tradition of the Eastern Church is presented as a mystical theology with. But the author, that is to say Lossky, seems to assume that that tension between East and West, i.e., between the Trinitarian theology of the Cappadocians and the Trinitarian theology of Augustine, Lossky seems to assume that the tension was of such a sharp and radical character as to exclude any kind of reconciliation and overarching synthesis.
This panoramic tale recounts the explosive results of an enduring cultural exchange between East and West and tells of puritanical insurgents, Hinduphiles, scientists and philosophers who embraced a radical agenda of reform.
These visionaries dissented from the entrenched custom of meat-eating, and sought to overthrow a rapacious consumer society.1/5(1). The first book in death-of-God theology was published by Gabriel Vahanian in theoretical attention to political theology generally and to the legacy of Carl is a radical theology of Author: Jeffrey W Robbins, Clayton Crockett.
[Mr. Djerejian is the author of "Danger and Opportunity—An American Ambassador's Journey Through the Middle East" (Simon & Schuster Threshold Editions, September, ) A former ambassador to. Promoting academic literacy on non-Western traditions of philosophy, Philosophy East and West has for over half a century published the highest-quality scholarship that locates these cultures in their relationship to Anglo-American philosophy.
Philosophy defined in its relationship to cultural traditions broadly integrates the professional discipline with literature, science, and social practices.
Althusser and Theology intends not so much to fill a gap in Althusser scholarship as to make an important contribution to the contemporary radical left movement. In this regard, Althusser and Theology is of significant importance in the current debates on the Left concerning its relation to theology.
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out of 5 stars Aristotle East and West is a heck of a good book Reviewed in the United States on Janu The purpose of David Bradshaw's excellent book is to explain and evaluate the radically different understandings of the divine nature in the Greek East and the Latin West.
The book is a mix of travelogue, art history, church history and theology, as the authors examine ancient images of Christ's resurrection in both the East and the West.
His Radical Revelation: A Philosophical Approach is published by Bloomsbury in He is editor-in-chief of The Oxford Handbook of Divine Revelation. Matthew Z. VALE is a doctoral student in Systematic Theology and World Religions and World Church at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana), where he is a Richard and Peggy Notebaert Premier Fellow.
‘Political Theology’ as critical theology and as a ‘theology with its face towards the world’ is committed to ‘justice, peace and the integrity of creation’ and is : Tanya Van Wyk. Free Online Library: II. Georges Vasilievich Florovsky (): Russian intellectual historian and orthodox theologian.
(Religious Historians, East and West). by "Modern Age"; News, opinion and commentary Literature, writing, book reviews Political science Authors, Russian Criticism and interpretation Russian writers Theologians. In this creative and original book, Paul S. Chung interprets Karl Barth as a theologian of divine action.
Chung appreciates Barth's dogmatic theology as both contextual and irregular, and he retrieves the neglected sides of Barth's thought with respect to political radicalism, Israel, natural theology, and religious pluralism.
The multitude of denominations within the Christian church today leads many to view the church as schismatic and contentious. A large contingent of these people calls for a reunification of Christianity, resembling the church of ancient times. While unity should always be a primary goal amongst the people of God, it must be a unity in and for the glory of Christ.The history of the Filioque controversy is the historical development of theological controversies within Christianity regarding three distinctive issues: the orthodoxy of the doctrine of procession of the Holy Spirit as represented by the Filioque clause, the nature of anathemas mutually imposed by conflicted sides during the Filioque controversy, and the liceity (legitimacy) of the insertion.
The book discusses the development of the Byzantine text type and argues that Basil's text of Matthew represents its earliest known witness. Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature ()Cited by: 2.