Recherche – Detailansicht
Dogmen- und Theologiegeschichte
Hinlicky, Paul R.
Luther and the Beloved Community. A Path for Christian Theology after Christendom. Foreword by M. L. Mattox.
Grand Rapids-Cambridge: Eerdmans 2010. XXV, 405 S. gr.8°. Kart. US$ 45,00. ISBN 978-0-8028-6492-5.
Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen
Paul Hinlicky is a prolific Lutheran scholar. This book on Luther and the Beloved Community follows The Substance of Faith: Luther’s Doctrinal Theology for Today (2008), which he coedited with Mickey Mattox and Dennis Bielefeldt, and his monograph Paths Not Taken: Fates of theology from Luther through Leibniz (2009).
However, this book is not so much about Luther’s theology as it is about H.’s rendition of Luther in the way he would like Lutheran theology to be perceived and received in the 21st century. In H.’s own words the book is about »›my‹ Luther, Luther as I appropriate him« (xviii). H. has set himself the task of probing Christian belief today and in that endeavor to engage Luther’s theology in a contemporary »critical dogmatics«, which is actually an ...
Lesen sie als Abonnent weiter: