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Wer bin ich Mit Fokus auf den ersten Glaubensartikel

Wer bin ich    Mit Fokus auf den ersten Glaubensartikel Author Paula Svoboda
ISBN-10 9783640754748
Release 2010
Pages 60
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Unterrichtsentwurf aus dem Jahr 2010 im Fachbereich Theologie - Religion als Schulfach, Note: 3,0, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Veranstaltung: HS Fachdidaktik 1, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Die von mir zu entwerfende Doppelstunde beschaftigt sich mit dem Glauben an Gott als Schopfer und den Menschen als das Ebenbild Gottes im Rahmen des Lehrplanthemas 11.2 Wer bin ich'." Dieser Glaube ist vom christlichen Glauben untrennbar und fur das Verstandnis der christlichen Grundlagen notwendig. Ausserdem spielt sie eine grosse Rolle bei dem Selbstverstandnis des Menschen und seiner Existenz. Deswegen ist seine Behandlung im Unterricht von Bedeutung. Die Lehrkraft sollte vor dem Unterricht diesen Glauben reflektieren und einen eigenen Standpunkt finden, um authentisch zu bleiben. Es muss berucksichtigt werden, dass nicht jeder diesen Glauben teilt. Daher ergibt sich die Schwierigkeit dieses Unterrichtsentwurfs in dem Bestreben, den Schulern den Glauben an die Schopfung darzustellen ohne zu indoktrinieren. Der eigene Glaube darf naturlich zur Sprache kommen, die eigene Meinung der Schuler muss aber jederzeit respektiert werden und sollte im Unterricht eine wichtige Rolle spielen. Dies ist die Herausforderung, die sich mir personlich stellt."



Feminist Edges of the Qur an

Feminist Edges of the Qur an Author Aysha A. Hidayatullah
ISBN-10 9780199359592
Release 2014-04-01
Pages 288
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Aysha Hidayatullah presents the first comprehensive analysis of contemporary feminist interpretations of the Qur'an. Synthesizing prominent feminist readings of the Qur'an in the United States since the late twentieth century, she provides an essential introduction to this nascent field of Qur'anic scholarship and engages in a deep investigation-as well as a radical critique-of its methods and approaches. With a particular focus on feminist "impasses" in the Qur'anic text, she argues that many feminist interpretations rely on claims about feminist justice that are not fully supported by the text, and she proposes a major revision to their exegetical foundations. A provocative work of Muslim feminist theology, Feminist Edges of the Qur'an is a vital intervention in urgent conversations about women and the Qur'an.



Qur ans of the Umayyads

Qur   ans of the Umayyads Author François Déroche
ISBN-10 9789004261853
Release 2013-12-02
Pages 208
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For the first time, the dramatic changes the Qur’anic code underwent during the Umayyad period (660-750 C.E.) are analysed and presented on the basis of a selection of material in good part unpublished.



Socrates and the Fat Rabbis

Socrates and the Fat Rabbis Author Daniel Boyarin
ISBN-10 0226069184
Release 2009-09-28
Pages 408
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What kind of literature is the Talmud? To answer this question, Daniel Boyarin looks to an unlikely source: the dialogues of Plato. In these ancient texts he finds similarities, both in their combination of various genres and topics and in their dialogic structure. But Boyarin goes beyond these structural similarities, arguing also for a cultural relationship. In Socrates and the Fat Rabbis, Boyarin suggests that both the Platonic and the talmudic dialogues are not dialogic at all. Using Michael Bakhtin’s notion of represented dialogue and real dialogism, Boyarin demonstrates, through multiple close readings, that the give-and-take in these texts is actually much closer to a monologue in spirit. At the same time, he shows that there is a dialogism in both texts on a deeper structural level between a voice of philosophical or religious dead seriousness and a voice from within that mocks that very high solemnity at the same time. Boyarin ultimately singles out Menippean satire as the most important genre through which to understand both the Talmud and Plato, emphasizing their seriocomic peculiarity. An innovative advancement in rabbinic studies, as well as a bold and controversial new way of reading Plato, Socrates and the Fat Rabbis makes a major contribution to scholarship on thought and culture of the ancient Mediterranean.



The End of Sacrifice

The End of Sacrifice Author Susan Emanuel
ISBN-10 9781459627529
Release 2011-08-22
Pages 232
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The religious transformations that marked late antiquity represent an enigma that has challenged some of the West's greatest thinkers. But, according to Guy Stroumsa, the oppositions between paganism and Christianity that characterize prevailing theories have endured for too long. Instead of describing this epochal change as an evolution within the Greco - Roman world from polytheism to monotheism, he argues that the cause for this shift can be found not so much around the Mediterranean as in the Near East. The End of Sacrifice points to the role of Judaism, particularly its inventions of new religious life following the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE. The end of animal sacrifice gave rise to new forms of worship, with a concern for personal salvation, scriptural study, rituals like praying and fasting, and the rise of religious communities and monasticism. It is what Christianity learned from Judaism about texts, death, and, above all, sacrifice that allowed it to supersede Greco - Roman religions and, Stroumsa argues, transform religion itself. A concise and original approach to a much - studied moment in religious history, The End of Sacrifice will be heralded by all scholars of late antiquity.



Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies

Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Author Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies, COMSt
ISBN-10 3732317706
Release 2015-01-21
Pages 700
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The present volume is the main achievement of the Research Networking Programme 'Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies', funded by the European Science Foundation in the years 2009-2014. It is the first attempt to introduce a wide audience to the entirety of the manuscript cultures of the Mediterranean East. The chapters reflect the state of the art in such fields as codicology, palaeography, textual criticism and text editing, cataloguing, and manuscript conservation as applied to a wide array of language traditions including Arabic, Armenian, Avestan, Caucasian Albanian, Christian Palestinian Aramaic, Coptic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Persian, Slavonic, Syriac, and Turkish. Seventy-seven scholars from twenty-one countries joined their efforts to produce the handbook. The resulting reference work can be recommended both to scholars and students of classical and oriental studies and to all those involved in manuscript research, digital humanities, and preservation of cultural heritage. The volume includes maps, illustrations, indexes, and an extensive bibliography.



German Protestants Remember the Holocaust

German Protestants Remember the Holocaust Author K. Hannah Holtschneider
ISBN-10 3825855392
Release 2001
Pages 225
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Drawing on the methodology of collective memory this dissertation analyses representations of the Holocaust and Jews in three German Protestant theological texts (Rheinischer Synodalbeschluss 1980, F.-W. Marquardt's Von Elend und Heimsuchung der Theologie and B. Jungst's Auf der Seite des Todes das Leben). The analysis of these texts is informed by the development of narratives of collective memory of the Holocaust in German society in the 1980s and 1990s (the miniseries Holocaust and Heimat, the Bitburg Controversy, the Historikerstreit and the Goldhagen Controversy) and by the study of generational transmission of Holocaust memory in the third generation of non-Jewish Germans. In particular, the paradigms generated by Christian reflection on the Holocaust and Jews and their consequences for current Christian-Jewish relations in Germany are addressed. The theological narrative of this study becomes increasingly complex through the inclusion of social and generational issues of Holocaust remembrance in Germany. Dr. K. Hannah Holtschneider, geb. 1971, Junior Research Fellow am Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations in Cambridge, UK. 1991 - 95 Theologiestudium in Wuppertal, Bochum und Dublin, 1995 - 96 Jewish Studies in Oxford, 1996 - 2000 Promotion in Birmingham.



Scripture Poetry and the Making of a Community

Scripture  Poetry  and the Making of a Community Author Angelika Neuwirth
ISBN-10 0198701640
Release 2013-12
Pages 704
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In this book, the Qur'an is portrayed in its first and original manifestation, i.e., as the proclamation of the Prophet Muhammad addressed to his listeners. Angelika Neuwirth shows how the proclamation of the Qur'an and its debate of both the Biblical and the pagan poetic traditions gradually induced the emergence of a new religious community.



The Virtues Or The Examined Life

The Virtues  Or The Examined Life Author Romanus Cessario
ISBN-10 0826413889
Release 2002-05-30
Pages 202
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The characteristic feature of the Christian moral life remains the very person of Jesus Christ. As the Eternal Word of the Father, Christ supplies the universal, personal, and concrete norm for all moral comportment. When human action flows from the agent's union with Christ, human freedom meets up with its own graced source of energy. From the moment that a human creature encounters the triune God, the creature discovers who he is: For when God chooses a person to share in the blessed communion of his own life, the individual achieves a quality of personal being that only God can bestow. The more authentic our relationship with the Persons of the blessed Trinity becomes, the more the divine life takes hold of us and, through the virtues, shapes our daily actions. This new book treats the virtues of the Christian life from a Trinitarian perspective. The chapters pursue a common theme: To show believers how they can decide what is morally good and, by embracing the moral good, grow to the full statue of Christ's own loving kindness. To achieve this aim, the text treats in an innovative and fresh manner both the theological virtues, faith, hope, and charity, as well as the cardinal moral virtues, prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance. The author also reflects on allied questions of moral theology and so provides a significant commentary on the third part of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.



The Bible in Arabic

The Bible in Arabic Author Sidney H. Griffith
ISBN-10 9781400846580
Release 2013-07-21
Pages 272
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From the first centuries of Islam to well into the Middle Ages, Jews and Christians produced hundreds of manuscripts containing portions of the Bible in Arabic. Until recently, however, these translations remained largely neglected by Biblical scholars and historians. In telling the story of the Bible in Arabic, this book casts light on a crucial transition in the cultural and religious life of Jews and Christians in Arabic-speaking lands. In pre-Islamic times, Jewish and Christian scriptures circulated orally in the Arabic-speaking milieu. After the rise of Islam--and the Qur'an's appearance as a scripture in its own right--Jews and Christians translated the Hebrew Bible and the Greek New Testament into Arabic for their own use and as a response to the Qur'an's retelling of Biblical narratives. From the ninth century onward, a steady stream of Jewish and Christian translations of the Hebrew Bible and New Testament crossed communal borders to influence the Islamic world. The Bible in Arabic offers a new frame of reference for the pivotal place of Arabic Bible translations in the religious and cultural interactions between Jews, Christians, and Muslims. Some images inside the book are unavailable due to digital copyright restrictions.



Religion and Reflection

Religion and Reflection Author Robert P. Scharlemann
ISBN-10 3825880990
Release 2004
Pages 263
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Robert P. Scharlemann is one of the most profound inter-preters of the philosophy and theology of Paul Tillich. The unifying theme of these essays might, perhaps, be described as the systematic question of the ontological connection between the symbol God and the concept of being. Robert P. Scharlemann is professor at the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville.



The Abbasid Tradition

The Abbasid Tradition Author Francois Deroche
ISBN-10 187478051X
Release 2004-07
Pages 192
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This splendid book describes the Qur'ans of the eight to tenth centuries in the Khalili Collection. It provides an exotically illustrated catalogue with detailed scholarship encompassing the history of the subject.



Theology of the Biblical Witness

Theology of the Biblical Witness Author Klaus Nürnberger
ISBN-10 3825873528
Release 2002
Pages 439
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The "Word of God" emerged and evolved as a divine response to changing human needs in biblical history. By tracing the historical trajectories of six paradigms of salvation, including exodus, kingship, and sacrifice, through a millennium of biblical history, this volume reveals a vibrant current of meaning underlying the texts and expresses growing insight into God's redemptive intentions, which can be extended to the present predicaments of humankind. Klaus Nrnberger is professor emeritus of systematic theology and theological ethics at the University of Natal in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.



Dreaming the Land

Dreaming the Land Author Hans-Georg Ziebertz
ISBN-10 3825800822
Release 2007
Pages 221
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Dreaming the Land: Theologies of Resistance and Hope is a theme that testifies to the contextual nature of practical theology. This present volume contains a collection of essays with international contributions to practical theology. In their original form, these essays were presented at the seventh biennial conference of the International Academy of Practical Theology (IAPT) held at Brisbane/Australia in June 2005. The dreaming and the land are both concepts central to the thinking of the aboriginal peoples of Australia. The dreaming encompasses the creative and life-giving forces which govern and express the lifeworld of these same people, while the land is sacred space where the spirits of the ancestors of all human, plant, and animal life are represented. The theme is the common thread in the first part of the book. Here, the search for theologies of resistance and hope is related to experiences in the southern hemisphere, to issues of the land as a concept for practical theology, and to questions of human rights. Hans-Georg Ziebertz is professor at the University of Wuerzburg (Germany). Friedrich Schweitzer is professor at the University of Tubingen (Germany).



Humanities and Option for the Poor

Humanities and Option for the Poor Author Magdalena Holztrattner
ISBN-10 3825889270
Release 2005
Pages 224
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The concept of a preferential option for the poor calls for a special attention to the weakest members of a particular society. Such an option is a challenge for the ethics of science as well. How can we pursue an "option for the poor" in the humanities? Can we do that without generating "ideologies"? This volume gives an account of these questions. Representatives of sociology, religious studies, law, economics, theology, history and philosophy try to answer this question. It is manifest that the discussion of an option for the poor is also a matter of intellectual integrity.



Death and Afterlife

Death and Afterlife Author Stephen T. Davis
ISBN-10 9781349105267
Release 2016-01-06
Pages 211
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This book began as a series of papers at a conference called "Death and Afterlife" held in Claremont, California in January, 1987 under the auspices of the Department of Religion of the Claremont Graduate School. The responses to each paper and several comments are also included.



Religious Leadership and Christian Identity

Religious Leadership and Christian Identity Author Doris Nauer
ISBN-10 3825880362
Release 2005
Pages 240
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Research into the field of religious leadership in relation to Christian identity is highly complex. What is meant by religious leadership? What do we really mean if we talk about Christian identity? And most of all, what is the implied relationship between religious leadership and Christian identity? Is there a necessary substantial relation between both? If so, how has leadership contributed in the past to Christian identity and how will it in the contemporary context stimulate a Christian identity? This book explores and addresses such questions. Doris Nauer teaches theology at the University of Tbingen, Germany. Rein Nauta is professor of psychology of religion at the Tilburg University, The Netherlands. Henk Witte teaches theology at the Tilburg University, The Netherlands.