Erscheinungsdatum: 19.10.2017, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Chair of Verity, Titelzusatz: Political preaching and pulpit censure in eighteenth-century Scotland, Autor: Crawford, Ronald Lyndsay, Verlag: Humming Earth, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: RELIGION // Christian Church // History // Christliche Kirchen // Konfessionen // Gruppen, Rubrik: Religion // Theologie, Christentum, Seiten: 470, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 675 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Erscheinungsdatum: 30.07.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Preacher, Titelzusatz: a Discourse Shewing, What Are the Particular Offices and Employments of Those of That Character in the Church With a Free Censure of the Most Common Failings and Miscarriages of Persons in That Sacred Employment : to Which Is Added, a Catalo, Verlag: HardPress Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: HISTORY // General, Rubrik: Geschichte, Seiten: 448, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 644 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Do you long to be loved unconditionally - to be able to share who you really are without masks or pretense? Is it your desire to be a part of a family of believers who are changing into the likeness of Christ? Do you wonder if such a fellowship actually exists? "Yes, it does," says Larry Crabb. He calls it "The Safest Place on Earth." Rather than a place for people to display their goodness and hide their failures in fear of censure, the church should be open, supportive, and compassionate in dealing with our weaknesses, says Dr. Crabb. In such a place, there is no expectation that people have arrived at some level of perfection; it's a place where people journey toward God. With compelling narrative, Larry Crabb presents an inspiring new vision of this wonderful place where we learn what it means to "be like Jesus," what the process of getting there looks like, and how we can act as God's agents in each other's lives to help each other stay on course. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Larry Crabb, Ph.D.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tnwd/000019/bk_tnwd_000019_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Life and times of the 14th-century German spiritual leader Meister Eckhart, whose theory of a personal path to the divine-inspired thinkers from Jean Paul Sartre to Thomas Merton, and most recently, Eckhart Tolle. Meister Eckhart was a medieval Christian mystic whose wisdom powerfully appeals to seekers seven centuries after his death. In the modern era, Eckhart's writings have struck a chord with thinkers as diverse as Heidegger, Merton, Sartre, John Paul II, and the current Dalai Lama. He is the inspiration for the best-selling New Age author Eckhart Tolle's pen name, and his 14th-century quotes have become an online sensation. Today, a variety of Christians, as well as many Zen Buddhists, Sufi Muslims, Jewish Cabbalists, and various spiritual seekers, all claim Eckhart as their own. Meister Eckhart preached a personal, internal path to God at a time when the Church could not have been more hierarchical and ritualistic. Then and now, Eckhart’s revolutionary method of direct access to ultimate reality offers a profoundly subjective approach that is at once intuitive and pragmatic, philosophical yet non-rational, and, above all, universally accessible. This "dangerous mystic’s" teachings challenge the very nature of religion, yet the man himself never directly challenged the Church. Eckhart was one of the most learned theologians of his day, but he was also a man of the world who had worked as an administrator for his religious order and taught for years at the University of Paris. His personal path from conventional friar to professor to lay preacher culminated in a spiritual philosophy that combined the teachings of an array of pagan and Christian writers, as well as Muslim and Jewish philosophers. His revolutionary decision to take his approach to the common people garnered him many enthusiastic followers as well as powerful enemies. After Eckhart’s death and papal censure, many religious women and clerical supporters, known as the Frie 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mark Bramhall. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/003875/bk_peng_003875_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Cherem (or rem ), is the highest ecclesiastical censure in the Jewish community. It is the total exclusion of a person from the Jewish community. It is a form of shunning, and is similar to excommunication in the Catholic Church. Cognate terms in other Semitic languages include the Arabic term ar m (forbidden, taboo, off-limits, sacred or immoral), and the Ethiopic `irm (meaning accursedThe most famous case of a cherem is that of Spinoza, the seventeenth century philosopher. Also Leon Trotsky became subject of cherem in 1918.
Cherem is the highest ecclesiastical censure in the Jewish community. It is the total exclusion of a person from the Jewish community. It is a form of shunning, and is similar to excommunication in the Catholic Church. Cognate terms in other Semitic languages include the Arabic term ar m (forbidden, taboo, off-limits, sacred or immoral), and the Ethiopic `irm (meaning accursed). The most famous (for Gentiles) case of a cherem is that of Spinoza, a seventeenth century philosopher.
Nineteenth-century continental theology is usually associated with the classic liberal Protestantism of Schleiermacher and Ritschl. On the other side of the theological divide there was the Dutch Neo-Calvinist school, a sharp reaction to liberalism. Yet the theological realm of that era also included the Kohlbrügge school, which founded its theological method upon the "Older Testament" and re-read and applied the documents of the Reformation for its time. The most important representative of this school is Eduard Böhl (1836-1903), who advocated a return to Reformed doctrine and church order and a strong Christological reading of the Old Testament. He also rejected historical criticism, for which he was subjected to censure. Moving into the field of systematics, Böhl suggested a new reading of "the image of God". His peculiar understanding of the imago Dei was also his biggest contribution to theological anthropology, this in turn influenced his views on Christology and salvation. Although Böhl saw himself as a Reformed theologian, he would cross swords with those who claimed the same for themselves. Böhl especially valued the teachings of Martin Luther, whom he held as a better exegete than the Genevan Reformer. Böhl's theology is best captured as Reformation theology within the context of the Kohlbrügge school. Although the names of Luther and Calvin are well known in church history, and to a lesser degree, so is Kohlbrügge's, Böhl's is not. This historico-theological account of Böhl's life and work sheds some rare but much-needed shafts of light on a theologian who has wrongfully fallen into oblivion.
Petrus Johannis Olivi (c. 1248–1298) is today considered one of the most important intellectuals of the second half of the 13th century. Although he died at a young age, he left behind an impressive philosophical and theological work which was placed under the censure of the Church various times. The contributions in this volume (in French and Italian) reveal a broad spectrum of Olivi's different scholarly methods, demonstrating his intellectual activity and presenting some of his most original philosophical theories.