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Ausgabe:

April/2015

Spalte:

441–443

Kategorie:

Systematische Theologie: Dogmatik

Autor/Hrsg.:

Teglbjærg Kristensen, Johanne S.

Titel/Untertitel:

Body and Hope. A Constructive Interpretation of Recent Eschatology by Means of the Phenomenology of the Body.

Verlag:

Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2013. X, 306 S. = Dogmatik in der Moderne, 5. Kart. EUR 74,00. ISBN 978-3-16-152913-9.

Rezensent:

Deena M. Lin

Johanne Stubbe Teglbjærg Kristensen received her doctorate in 2009, and Body and Hope emerges out of her dissertation. It addresses traditional eschatological themes of death, resurrection, the Second Coming, and judgment by way of a phenomenology of the body. She describes this as a »soft neo-metaphysical« eschatology that is more ontological in its emphasis by focusing on an in-be-tween, embodied movement of the flesh (3).
Classified as a radical eschatology, it critically engages with Paul Tillich, Jürgen Moltmann, and Wolfhart Pannenberg, while also serving historical and classical eschatological interests through the themes it discusses. Her aim is to cure eschatology of its incorporation of dualistic matrices of intelligibility that do harm by juxtaposing self and ...


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