- Book Title: Theology of Hope
- Author: Jurgen Moltmann
- ISBN: 0334017041
- Publisher: SCM Press
- Year Published: 1969
- Our Normal Price: £16.50 GBP ($20.79 USD)
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- Description: S C M Press Ltd, 1969, second impression: card covered: signed by the author: approximately 5.5 x 8.5 inches tall. Contents: 48 headed divisions arranged as follows: – One) Introduction: Meditation on Hope. (What is the logos of Christian eschatology? The Believing Hope. This Sin of Despair. Does Hope Cheat Man of the Happiness of the Present? Hoping and Thinking). Two) Eschatology and Revelation. (The Discovery of Eschatology and Its Ineffectiveness. Promise and Revelation of God. Transcend dental Eschatology. The Theology of the Transcendental Subjectivity of God. The Theology of the Transcendental Subjectivity of Man. Progressive Revelation and the Eschatology of Salvation History. History as Indirect Self Revelation of God. The Eschatology of Revelation.) Three ) Promise and History. (Epiphany Religions and Faith in Terms of Promise. The Word of Promise. The Experience of History. Revelation and Knowledge of God. Promise and Law. Promise in the Eschatology of the Prophets. The Histori Fying of the Cosmos in Apocalyptic Eschatology) Four )The Resurrection and the Future of Jesus Christ. (Gospel and Promise. The God of the Promise. Paul and Abraham . Fulfilment Ecstasy in Primitive Christianity and the eschatologia grucis. The Death of God and the Resurrection of Christ. The Historical Question of the Resurrection of Christ and the Questionableness of the Historical Approach to History. The Approach of Form-Criticism to the Easter Narratives and the Questionableness of Its Existentialist Interpretation. The Eschatological Question as to the Future Horizon of the Proclamation of the Risen Lord. The Identity of the Lord who appears as Risen with the Crucified Christ. The Future of Jesus Christ. The Future of Righteousness. The Future of Life. The Future of the Kingdom of God and the Freedom of Man. Summary and Review.) Five) Eschatology and History. Criticism and Crisis. The Solved Riddle of History. The Historical Method. Historical Heuristics. Historiology. Eschatology of History – Philosophic Millenarianism. Death and Guilt As Driving Forces of the Historical Outlook. The Peculiarity of the Historians Universal Concepts. The Hermeneutics of Christian Mission. The Proofs of God and Hermeneutics. Mission Index Position.) Five) Exodus Church (Observations on the Escalatological Understanding of Christianity in Modern Society. Modern Society and the Cult of the Absolute. Religion as The Cult of the New Subjectivity./ Co- humanity/ Institution. Christianity within the Horizon of the Expectations of the Kingdom of God. The Alling of Christians in Society.) Index of names. Condition : signed by the author: ownership inscription to title page: overall very clean and good
- Condition: See Above
- Dustcover: No
- Binding: Paperback
- Type: Used Books
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