Theology forthe third millennium
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Theology forthe third millennium an ecumenical view by Hans KuМ€ng

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Published by Doubleday in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Theology, Doctrinal.,
  • Ecumenical movement.,
  • Christianity and other religions.,
  • Theology -- Methodology.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementHans Küng ; translated by Peter Heinegg.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBT78
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 316 p. :
Number of Pages316
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21336928M
ISBN 100385244983

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THEOLOGY. FOR THE THIRD MILLENNIUM. This book has much to say about the end of days and what is yet to come. A great study of the Word of God that helps you prepare for the final days and learn to trust God for His supra natural power and help. Over 20 hours of mp3s. And not only do we need to be redeemed, but as the book of Revelation makes clear, so does creation itself. That's why it speaks of a new heaven and a new earth. The consequences of sin are not just the fact that it rains on the just and the unjust, and we have death in our bodies and a need for salvation. In Theology for the Third Millennium, which culminates thirty years of scholarship, Hans Kung reaffirms the relevance of theology in a modern world where religion is constantly questioned- /5.   Translation of: Theologie im Aufbruch Bibliography: p. [] Includes indexes Foreword -- Direction: on the way to "postmodernity" -- Postmodern: a heuristic concept -- Crisis and the departure toward the new -- The function of religion in postmodernity -- [Part I.] Classical conflicts -- [Section I.] Ecumenical theology caught in the cross fire -- Consequences of the dispute between Pages:

Hans Kung obtained a doctorate in theology from the Sorbonne in He was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in In he was named by Pope John XXIII a theological consultant for the second Vatican Council and played the key role in the writing of Vatican II, which radically modernized key areas of Catholic questioning of traditional Church doctrines led to a Vatican /5(7). Theology at its broadest is thinking about questions raised by and about the religions. ‘Theology for the third millennium’ argues that if theology is taken as being concerned with questions within that area, then there is no doubt that, if the human race continues, theology will be at least as common and as necessary in the third as in any previous : David F. Ford. Get this from a library! Theology for the third millennium: an ecumenical view. [Hans Küng] -- Discusses theological issues, the principles of Christian theology, the relationship between Christianity and the world's religions, and the postmodernism of Karl Barth. In Theology for the Third Millennium, which culminates thirty years of scholarship, Hans Küng reaffirms the relevance of theology in a modern world where religion is constantly questioned- .

About Theology for the Third Millennium. In Theology for the Third Millennium, which culminates thirty years of scholarship, Hans Küng reaffirms the relevance of theology in a modern world where religion is constantly questioned—and frequently attacked. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Preface: The structure of this volume --Introductory clarifications --A relational ecclesiology in the Third Millennium: what makes the Third Millennium different?--The historical starting point: ecclesiology from to the beginning of the Third Millennium --The philosophical starting. In partnership with Third Millennium Ministries The Gospels: Summary and Theology Discover the Background, Message, Structure, Content, Original Meaning, and Modern Application of the Gospels. [Author’s note: Many have requested that Bibliotheca Sacra publish a series of articles dealing with the contemporary discussion of the millennial issue in theology. Beginning with this Number, this series will be undertaken. It is the desire of the author to be constructive, not controversial; but due note will be taken of the many recent books which have appeared bearing on this subject.