3 edition of Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth found in the catalog.
Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth
Charles James Nice Bailey
1963 in Nashville .
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 131-136.
|LC Classifications||BV8 .B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 136 l.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||63025852|
Dr. Moore-Keish’s research interests include Reformed theology, liturgical theology (esp. the theology and practice of the sacraments), and feminist theology. She also has interests in ecumenical theology and interfaith issues including: Reformed-Roman Catholic relations, Christian-Jewish relations, and the religions of India. 1 day ago God thus has a “three-fold mode of being,” as Barth puts it: Father or creator, Son or revealer, and Spirit or ongoing presence. This has nothing to do with tritheism; Christians worship one God. Bender’s final two chapters provide arresting examples of Barth’s dialectical or yes-and-no thinking process.
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Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth; an ecumenical study in comparative dogmatics. The author also concedes that Barth has little to say about two critical facets of a life of faith: worship and ethics. The latter topic is particularly surprising when one considers that Barth lived through both World Wars, the Holocaust, and the birth of the atomic by: Barth attempted to set the Gospel in a new language which could be understood by contemporary society because Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth book old transmission of the Gospel was inadequate.
Barth taught universal election, and that the Word of God only becomes the Word of God through the work of the Holy Spirit to each individual in a subjective way. On the other hand, the theology of Barth, with its emphasis on the Christ in whom all humanity is elected and saved, would seem to undercut the claims of a contextual theology that takes its cues from the experience of finite ethnic, social, or gender groups.
In my previous post, we saw that Barth (in Church Dogmatics I/2) objected to so-called ‘I-hymns’ on the basis of a perceived separation of the Holy Spirit from Christ. The result of this is effectively a turn from the objectivity of Christian faith as revealed in Jesus Christ by the Spirit to the subjectivity of the Christian’s own faith or relationship with God in Christ.
Galli, editor-in-chief at Christianity Today, has written his book to reintroduce Karl Barth to evangelicals for two reasons. First, initial evangelical introductions to Barth’s theology ‘got him wrong’ (6) with Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth book result that a deep distrust developed among (especially North American) evangelicals so that even today his work is often Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth book or dismissed by them (2).
faith, and whether the grave charge Professor Karl Barth Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth book made against it of having substituted the word of man for the Word of God is not more than half justified.l In any case, what gave German theology its relative pre-eminence in the last century may be traced to three outstanding circumstances, two of these more extraneous,File Size: 2MB.
The people of God sing. The role of music in worship is biblical. After escaping from the Egyptians and crossing the Red Sea, the people of Israel sang a song to the Lord (Exod. 15). Singing was part of Israel’s formal worship in both tabernacle and temple (1 Chron.
). The Psalms bear rich testimony that in joy and sorrow, in. In Wittman’s judgment, both Thomas and Barth can uphold both affirmations and so “confess God as God.” This confession—especially Thomas’s understanding of it—provide an alternative to contemporary doctrines of God guilty of “unwarranted historicism” ().
The bulk of the book exposits first Thomas then Barth on these matters. The second major contribution to the study is when Migliore, in his introduction, says that 'Theological reflection must play an important role in the life of Two contemporary theologies of worship: Masure and Barth book church because the church must be self-critical.' Theology is NOT the same as coming up with good liturgies or hymns or 'contemporary worship' services /5.
This book is complimentary to Buschart and Eilers’s Theology of Retrieval in a number of ways. The former are certainly attentive to the ecclesial context in which theologies of retrieval are situated, but Allen and Swain are able to explore the churchly domain of Reformed catholicity in greater depth, mindful not only of discrete doctrines.
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Christians must read the Bible. It lights our pathway (Psa. When the Word of God is ingested and applied to our lives.
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Barth's theology found its expression mainly through his closely reasoned fourteen-part magnum opus, Die Kirchliche Dogmatik. Having taken over 30 years to write, the Church Dogmatics is regarded as one of the most important theological works of all time, and represents the pinnacle of Barth's achievement as a theologian.
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