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Rudolf Karl Bultmann
|Statement||Roger A. Johnson.|
|Series||The Making of modern theology|
|Contributions||Johnson, Roger A., 1930-|
|LC Classifications||BX4827.B78 B75 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||346 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||346|
|ISBN 10||0005990610, 0005999774|
|LC Control Number||87018256|
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Rudolf Karl Bultmann’s most popular book is Jesus Christ and Mythology. In short, Bultmann's form criticism forced him to give up the idea that the New Testament was a historical story, and all of his work thereafter appears to have been an effort to salvage a "reason to believe" out of the ruins.
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He is famous as the one who "demythologized" the New Testament, but very few understand what he meant by this or Rudolf Bultmann book his hermeneutical program connects to the Rudolf Bultmann book areas of his theological : Wipf & Stock Publishers.
“First published in German inKonrad Hammann’s biography of Rudolf Bultmann is now available to English readers thanks to the translation of Philip Devenish. Throughout Hammann’s account, one theme frequently surfaces: Bultmann’s fostering of theological community.
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Rudolf Karl Bultmann (AugWiefelstede JMarburg) was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of New Testament at the University of Marburg. He was one of the major figures of early 20th century biblical studies and a prominent voice in liberal Christianity/5. The book ends with a superb meditation on Bultmann's Christmas sermons--a glimpse of Bultmann at his most attractive, or most seductive, depending on where you stand.'' --Benjamin Myers, Charles Sturt University ''David Congdon's lucid and innovative treatment of Rudolf Bultmann is an excellent contribution to scholarship/5(13).
Bultmann writes in the Introduction, Rudolf Bultmann book this book is to be anything more than information on intersting occurrences in the past, more than a walk through a museum of antiquities, if it is really to lead to our seeing Rudolf Bultmann book as a part of the history in which we have our being, or in which by critical conflict we achieve being, then this book must be in the nature of a continuous dialogue with history."/5(5).
Bultmann writes in the Introduction, "if this book is to be anything more than information on intersting occurrences in the past, more than a walk through a museum of antiquities, if it is really to lead to our seeing Jesus as a part of the history in which we have our being, Rudolf Bultmann book in which by critical conflict we achieve being, then this book must be in the nature of a continuous dialogue with history."Cited by: Rudolf Bultmann, 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 Rudolf Bultmann book message of the New Testament that was expressed in mythical terms.
Bultmann, the son of Rudolf Bultmann book. Theology of the New Testament by Rudolf Bultmann Written in the 20th century, originally published in two volumes, but it is perhaps the best presentation of the existential dimensions of New Testament thinking.
If you would like to explore this school of thought more deeply, search the Internet for: "Books on Existential Spirituality".Cited by: Book by Rudolf Bultmann, pp.44 Copy quote Christian life is not realized in developing the personality or in shaping human community and somehow changing the world but in turning away from the world and becoming free of it.
Bultmann is known for his belief that the historical analysis of the New Testament is both futile and Rudolf Karl Bultmann (AugWiefelstede – JMarburg) was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of New Testament at the University of Marburg/5.
RUDOLF BULTMANN P. JOSEPH CAHILL Philipps-Universität, Marburg How DOES one briefly explain the theological significance of a man whose diversified writings extend from his first book review in to the present decade?2 Is it possible for a short essay to disclose a fundamental unity in topics which range from source criticism, theAuthor: P.
Joseph Cahill. Looking for books by Rudolf Karl Bultmann. See all books authored by Rudolf Karl Bultmann, including Theology of the New Testament, and Jesus, and more on Existence and Faith: Shorter Writings of Rudolf Bultmann By Rudolf Bultmann; Schubert M.
Ogden Meridian Books, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Rudolf Bultmann -- who died on J at the advanced age of was the last of the theological giants who grew up in the universities of the Kaiser’s Germany (he began to study theology in at 19), and the last of the prophets who struggled to hear the word of the Christians’ Lord after what had happened in Teaching New Testament at Marburg University from to This book is an amazing introduction to Rudolf Bultmann's works.
I recommend, before you read this, to read his essay "What Does It Mean To Speak Of God?" first, as it, basically, contains most of Bultmann's thought explicated throughout this book.
I think Bultmann is a must read for anyone studying philosophy or theology, but especially theology/5. Rudolf Karl Bultmann (German:; 20 August – 30 July ) was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of New Testament at the University of was one of the major figures of early 20th century biblical studies and a prominent voice in liberal Christianity.
Bultmann is known for his belief that the historical analysis of the New Testament is both futile and unnecessary, given. As Bultmann wrote in one of his discussions on the resurrection (in Theology of the NT): “A merely ‘reminiscent’ historical account referring to what happened in the past cannot make the salvation-occurrence visible the salvation-occurrence continues to take place in the proclamation of the word”.
However, just when I most agree with him, the next sentence - “The salvation-occurrence is. If Bultmann’s thought is to be accurately grasped, one must begin with his understanding of the relation between God and the world.
(Cf. Schubert M. Ogden, "Introduction," in Rudolf Bultmann, Existence and Faith: Shorter Writings of Rudolf Bultmann, Ogden, ed. 14ff. Ogden takes the infinite qualitative difference between time and eternity.
Rudolf Bultmann (), Professor of New Testament at Marburg fromcertainly believed so. Bultmann provides an interesting and illuminating, albeit, in my view, problematic, way to think about how we might respond to these questions. Rudolf Bultmann (Makers of the modern theological mind) by Morris Ashcraft and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Myth and Christianity: An Inquiry into the Possibility of Religion without Myth by Karl and Rudolf Bultmann jaspers and a great selection of related books.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Rudolf Bultmann books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Rudolf Bultmann remains the most influential New Testament scholar of the twentieth century. He weds rigorous source and form criticism to an unrelenting historicism while still articulating a robust, challenging, and relevant theology.
Bultmann’s grand achievement is not that he Author: Rudolf Bultmann. 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 inwas subsequently carried out at the universities of Marburg and Berlin.
The hermeneutic of Rudolf Bultmann, to which the Marburg theologian gave definitive expression in this collection of essays, is extraordinarily important not only for study of the New Testament but also for theory of interpretation in general.
Bultmann's central thesis is that, in order for utterance to attain meaning, it has to be shareable/5(14). Rudolph Bultmann, Jesus Christ and Mythology (New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, ) Rudolph Bultmann () may be one of the two most important Protestant thinkers in the 20th century, carrying the Lutheran flag of modern scholarship alongside Karl Barth's conservative, Reform theology/5(8).
As the first volume in the Johannine Monograph Series, The Gospel of John: A Commentary by Rudolf Bultmann well deserves this place of pride. Indeed, this provocative commentary is arguably the most important New Testament monograph in the twentieth century, perhaps second only to The Quest of the Historical Jesus by Albert Schweitzer.
In contrasting Bultmann's and. 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 inwas subsequently carried out at the universities of Marburg and Berlin.5/5(1).
JESUS AND THE WORD () by Rudolf Bultmann. Translated by L. Smith & Erminie H. Lantero. Rudolf Bultmann in Jesus and the Word focuses on the problem of historiography and historicism. Historiography is defined as “the writing of history based on the critical examination of sources” and “historicism is a name given to that view which 1/5(1).
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 inwas subsequently carried out at the universities of Marburg and Berlin.4/5(3).
"As the first volume in the Johannine Monograph Series, The Gospel of John: A Commentary by Rudolf Bultmann well deserves this place of pride. Indeed, this provocative commentary is arguably the most important New Testament monograph in the twentieth century, perhaps second only to The Quest of the Historical Jesus by Albert : Wipf & Stock Publishers.
Theology of Rudolf Bultmann by Kegley, Charles W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Books Go Search Hello Select your address Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons AmazonBasics Gift Cards Customer Service Sell. Rudolf Bultmann was a German Protestant theologian, probably the most influential 20th-century student of the New Testament.
Background Bultmann, Rudolf was born on Aug in Wiefelstede, Oldenburg, Germany.