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Religious Studies
  • Author:
    S. J. Samartha
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    978-0883447338
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    Orbis Books (April 1, 1991)
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    190 pages
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For more than a century Christian theologians have attempted to construct theologies of religion that would be recognized as authentically Christian and authentic in relation to the historical and social reality of many religions

For more than a century Christian theologians have attempted to construct theologies of religion that would be recognized as authentically Christian and authentic in relation to the historical and social reality of many religions. This attempt usually ends in an impasse in which either only one religion is portrayed as holding the true path to salvation.

The Westminster Press PHILADELPHIA. Book Title: The Christology of the New Testament. 1. The Role of Christology in the Theological Thiniking of the First Christiaw 2. What is the Christological Problem in the New Testament? 3. The method to be Followed. The christological titles which refer to the earthly work of jesus. The Kyrios Title in Religions and in Emperor Worship 195. 2. The Kyrios in Judaism 199. 3. Kyrios Jesus and Early Christianity.

John P. Keenan, The Meaning of Christ: A Mahayana Theology (Maryknoll, . Orbis, 1989); and S. J. Samartha, One Christ-Many Religions: Toward a Revised Christology (Maryknoll, . Orthodox or traditionalist thought continues to retain a significant following especially in the circles of traditional Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy and conservative evangelicalism.

One Christ - Many Religions: Toward a Revised Christology. this discussion can only be the Christian faith in the Holy Trinity

One Christ - Many Religions: Toward a Revised Christology. this discussion can only be the Christian faith in the Holy Trinity. The leading idea must not be the claim to an absoluteness of Christianity, but the claim to the exclusivcness and truth of the revelation in Jesus Christ. Helpful for interfaith discussions are the I-am-sayings of Jesus in the gospel of John. On the one band they are open for religious experiences through Symbols, which are familiar from other religions.

ONE CHRIST-MANY RELIGIONS (Toward a Revised Christology; by S. Samartha; Imprint: Wipf and Stock). Here is a wise, radical, and illuminating book on the obstacles that a rigid interpretation of orthodox christological doctrines presents to dialogue with persons of other faiths. Invites Church Ministry Sport Join Heaven Earth Building People Places.

Here is a wise, radical, and illuminating book on the obstacles that a rigid interpretation of orthodox christological doctrines presents to dialogue with persons of other faiths. One Christ-Many Religions examines religious pluralism today and, in the l. Specifications.

Jesus Christ taught that he was Son of God. His teachings can be. .The Christian church is fundamental to believers The church is the place where the Christian faith is nurtured and where th. His teachings can be summarised, briefly as the love of God and love of one's neighbour. Jesus said that he had come to fulfil God's law rather than teach it. Justification by faith. The Christian church is fundamental to believers. Although it has many faults it is recognised as God's body on earth. The church is the place where the Christian faith is nurtured and where the Holy Spirit is manifest on earth. It is where Christians are received into the faith and where they are brought together into one body through the Eucharist.

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