Jesus by Joachim Ringleben at English summary: In a close exegetical reference to the Gospel of Mark, with the addition of the Sermon on the . Jesus: ein Versuch zu begreifen / Joachim Ringleben. Author. Ringleben, Joachim. Published. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, Physical Description. xiv, Jesus by Joachim Ringleben. (Hardcover ).
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In Christianity, theological language must be understood against the background of the multifaceted semantic field of Logos.
Theological Language in Martin Luther – Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion
In Luther, religious language as the language of the Bible is to be understood on the one hand by its character as a living address to humankind and on the other as an immediate confession of the believer in spontaneous reaction to it. In biblical language, the Word of God, conveyed in human terms, comes closer to us than we do to our own selves and transforms our earthly existence to the goal of everlasting life.
Theological language is intellectual interpretation and conceptual reflection on religious language with a theoretical aim—in other words, its intent is to reach an agreement about itself under the conditions of the overall context; it concerns the truth of religious language and texts.
Because Luther—linguistically aware to the highest degree—recognized the specific distinctiveness of biblical language, and of New Testament language in particular, his writings ringlebdn an abundance of differentiated reflections on the state of appropriate theological language.
In particular, the unity of God and man in Christ compels a new sort of language or way of thinking. In God, opposites coincide. New Testament language, in its fundamentals, is eschatologically oriented. Luther undertook this with an eschatology of the Word of God. Traditional formal logic replaces the logic of real language with an artificial model.
Jesus, Joachim Ringleben. (Hardcover )
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