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On the theology of death.

Rahner, Karl

On the theology of death.

[Translated by Charles H. Henkey.]

by Rahner, Karl

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Published by Herder and Herder in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Death,
  • Martyrdom

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT825 R313 1972
    The Physical Object
    Pagination118p.
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18694725M

      The Theology of Death aims to offer some sharply defined schemes to focus thought in a Christian environment in which death, hell and heaven have almost lost their place. The topic of hope is a key element and the book explores the birth and fostering of hope within Christian traditions.5/5(1). George Eldon Ladd, in his A Theology of the New Testament (p. ) states: “God did not make himself known through a system of teaching nor a theology nor a book, but through a series of events recorded in the Bible. The coming of Jesus of Nazareth was the climax of this series of redemptive events; and his resurrection is the event that.

    Donald Gowan offers a unified reading of the prophetic books, showing that each has a distinctive contribution to make to a central theme. These books--Isaiah through Malachi--respond to three key moments in Israel's history: the end of the Northern Kingdom in BCE, the end of the Southern Kingdom in BCE, and the beginning of the restoration from the /5. He wrote many books, including Judas and Jesus: Amazing Grace for the Wounded Soul (), The Soul of God: A Theological Ray S. Anderson (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) was senior professor of theology and ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, where he had taught since /5(3).

      1 The Question of Death and the Christian Answer 1. 2 Death and the Contemporary Mind 3 Towards a Theology of Human Death 4 Divine Judgement and Life After Death? 5 Christ's Victory Over Death 6 Christian Hope and Life Beyond Death 7 Christian Perspectives on Death and Dying 8 The Human Ecology of Death and Dying Author: Ray S. Anderson. The Theology of Death aims to offer some sharply defined schemes to focus thought in a Christian environment in which death, hell and heaven have almost lost their place. The topic of hope is a key element and the book explores the birth and fostering of 5/5(1).


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Rainer's theology on death explores the relationship of God with humankind through and with the reality of death.

His writing is biblically sound and centered on the Catholic tradition of death as encountering God. The writings do not attempt any type of conversation or sugar coat the reality of what death is/5(3). Rainer's theology on death explores the relationship of God with humankind through and with the reality of death.

His writing is biblically sound and centered on the Catholic tradition of death as encountering God. The writings do not attempt any type of conversation or sugar coat the reality of what death is.

It is a good read/5(3). Book arrived on time in condition promised. Rainer's theology on death explores the relationship of God with humankind through and with the reality of death. His writing is biblically sound and centered on the Catholic tradition of death as encountering God/5(3).

The Theology of Death is undoubtedly a masterful and comprehensive study about death and our varied attitudes toward his inevitable life event.

Certainly On the theology of death. book text is unique in that it directly confronts a cultural taboo with historical contexts, religious influence, and human by: On the Theology of Death book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. /5(8). The Theology of Death aims to offer some sharply defined schemes to focus thought in a Christian environment in which death, hell and heaven have almost lost their place.

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Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. Get print book. No eBook available. AbeBooks; Amazon On the Theology of Death. Karl Rahner. Herder and Herder, - Death - pages. 1 Review.5/5(1). I Death as an event concerning man as a whole --The universalilty of death --Death as the separation of body and soul --Death as concluding man's state of pilgrimage --pt.

II Death as the consequence of sin --Adam's freedom from death --Death as guilt and as a natural phenomenon --Further exploration of the essence of natural death, in virtue.

OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: pt. I Death as an event concerning man as a whole --The universality of death --Death as the separation of body and soul --Death as concluding man's state of pilgrimage --pt. II Death as the consequence of sin --Adam's freedom from death --Death as guilt and as natural phenomenon --Further exploration.

This final death is often seen as the extension or finalization of spiritual death. This final death is the culmination of the spiritual death in which the individual is banished from the presence of God forever (Rev.

) Eschatological death is the permanent abode following physical death. Implications from a Theology of Death. When illness plunges us into unfamiliar territory, even to the point of death, Larchet teaches us to marshal spiritual reserves in a society dominated by technology and materialism.

In a time when the physician has been dubbed the high priest of the god of Modern Medicine, Larchet encourages us to situate these crucial experiences within the framework of their relationship to the unique reality of the Holy Trinity/5(10).

The Theology of Death aims to offer some sharply defined schemes to focus thought in a Christian environment in which death, hell and heaven have almost lost their place.

The topic of hope is a key element and the book explores the birth and fostering of. The Theology of Death aims to offer some sharply defined schemes to focus thought in a Christian environment in which death, hell and heaven have almost lost their place.

The topic of hope is a key element and the book explores the birth and fostering of hope within Christian : Douglas Davies. Indeed, he saw the “death of God” working itself out in the theological collapse of mainline Protestantism, which perception catalyzed an “ecumenical conversion” that governed his thought through his magnum opus, Systematic Theology ().

The Promise of Robert W. Jenson’s Theology: Constructive Engagements. Edited by Stephen John. OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Zur Theologie des Todes. Description: pages ; 22 cm. Contents: Pt.

I Death as an event concerning man as a whole --The universality of death --Death as the separation of body and soul --Death as concluding man's state of pilgrimage --pt. II Death as the consequence of sin --Adam's freedom from death --Death as guilt and as.

Book Description. The Death of Death in the Death of Christ is a polemical work, designed to show, among other things, that the doctrine of universal redemption is unscriptural and destructive of the gospel. Those who see no need for doctrinal exactness and have no time for theological debates which show up divisions between Evangelicals may.

This book offers a theological foundation for engaging with the realities of suffering and dying. Designed particularly for practical theology students and trainee caregivers, it introduces the spiritual and theological issues raised by suffering and by: 2. The first part of the book is grounded in biblical issues and in historical and philosophical theology.

It seeks to establish several schemes of death theology related, for example, to early Christianity's Jewish cultural milieu, to belief in Christ's resurrection and to Christology, to issues of millennial belief and to an emergent liturgical practice.

Behind such action is a belief that death does not have the last word. Christians believe death has been overcome already in the death and resurrection.

The second part of the book takes up several contemporary models of the theology of death. The first pursues a traditional acceptance of an other-worldly afterlife, the second explores worldly analysis of eternal life as a quality of contemporary existence devoid of any future state.

Death, Mortality. Death is the absence or withdrawal of breath and the life force that makes movement, metabolism, and interrelation with others possible. The Old Testament.

The Nature of Death. Life and death are totally under Yahweh's sovereignty. God is the source of all life .The Death of Death in the Death of Christ is a polemical work, designed to show, among other things, that the doctrine of universal redemption is unscriptural and destructive of the gospel.

There are signs today of a new upsurge of interest in the theology of the Bible: a new readiness to test traditions, to search the Scriptures and to.Theology of Dying M ICHAEL K.

BICE, an Anglican priest and a doctor, writing in the July edition of the Journal of Religion and Health states that 'To die healthy means to die in wholeness'. 1 Such a notion is peculiar in the extreme. The common notion is that to die is unhealthy. An individual.