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by Daphne Hampson

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ISBN:
0521604354
Author:
Daphne Hampson
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Religious Studies
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English
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press (March 11, 2004)
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336 pages
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Hampson's feel for Lutheranism is impressive, as is her discussion of Catholicism and the difference .

Hampson's feel for Lutheranism is impressive, as is her discussion of Catholicism and the difference between the two traditions. As such, this book would be an important read for those interested in those traditions and in the dialogue between them. Journal of American Academy of Religion exceptionally readable volume. Catholic and Lutheran thought are differently structured, embodying divergent conceptions of self and God. Roman/Lutheran ecumenism, culminating in the 1999 'Joint Declaration', attempts to reconcile incompatible systems based on different philosophical presuppositions.

Catholic and Lutheran thought are differently structured, embodying divergent conceptions of self and God. Roman/Lutheran ecumenism, culminating in the 1999 "Joint Declaration," attempts to reconcile incompatible systems based on different philosophical presuppositions. Drawing on a wealth of material, the author considers these structural questions within a historical context. Kierkegaard is shown, in a complex model, to hold together strengths which historically have been exemplified by the two traditions.

Christian Contradictions. The Structures of Lutheran and Catholic Thought. Sagovsky, Nicholas 2004

Christian Contradictions. Sagovsky, Nicholas 2004. Christian Contradictions? Hampson, Jüngel and Lane on Justification and the Structures of Lutheran and Catholic Thought. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, Vol. 4, Issue.

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Margaret Daphne Hampson (born 1944) is an English theologian. Educated at Oxford and at Harvard, she held a personal Chair in "Post-Christian Thought" at the University of St Andrews. Hampson's distinctive theological position has both gained her notoriety and been widely influential. Holding that Christianity is neither true nor moral (in not being gender inclusive), she believes the overcoming of patriarchal religion to be fundamental to human emancipation

Catholic and Lutheran thought are differently structured, embodying divergent conceptions of self and God. Kierkegaard is shown, in a complex model, to hold together strengths which historically have been exemplified by the two traditions

This ground-breaking book provides a new perspective on Christian practices of silence. This study investigated the factor structure of the 12-item Faith Maturity Scale and the association of Protestant Faith Maturity and Doctrinal Orthodoxy.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 42 (cloth), £1. 9 (paper). This ground-breaking book provides a new perspective on Christian practices of silence. An original, theologically informed work, written by a significant Quaker theologian Provides a new perspective on Christian practices of silence Considers the theological and ethical significance of these practices Relates silence, listening and communication to major contemporary issues Takes forward.

Similar books and articles. Christian Contradictions: The Structures of Lutheran and Catholic Thought. Daphne Hampson - 2013 - Oxford University Press. Philosophical Resources for Christian Thought. Perry D. LeFevre (e. - 1968 - Nashville, Abingdon Press.

Catholic and Lutheran thought are differently structured, embodying divergent conceptions of self and Go. Christian Contradictions : The Structures of Lutheran and Catholic Thought. Roman/Lutheran ecumenism, culminating in the 1999 Joint.

Catholic and Lutheran thought are differently structured, embodying divergent conceptions of self and God. Roman/Lutheran ecumenism, culminating in the 1999 "Joint Declaration," attempts to reconcile incompatible systems based on different philosophical presuppositions. Drawing on a wealth of material, the author considers these structural questions within a historical context. Kierkegaard is shown, in a complex model, to hold together strengths which historically have been exemplified by the two traditions. This is an important work in systematic theology which considers questions quite fundamental to Western religion. It should interest theologians of all backgrounds and church historians.