Tradition and Creativity in Theology
- Theology as Witness: Gerhard von Rad's Contribution to the Study of Old Testament Theology. Schuele, Andreas // Interpretation: A Journal of Bible & Theology;Jul2008, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p256
The article discusses the contributions of Gerhard von Rad to the study of the Old Testament (OT) theology. Von Rad's publication on the theology of OT, which considered testimony as an intrinsic OT, stirred debates which brought it back in the scholarly agenda. The author suggests to divide the...
- BIBLE, CHURCH AND TRADITION IN THE 16th CENTURY REFORMATION. Grass, Tim // Journal of European Baptist Studies;Jan2003, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p20
The article focuses on the state of the Bible, church, and tradition during the 16th century reformation. It cites the consideration of the reformation as the competition between the Scripture and tradition. It discusses the definition of the phrase sola Scriptura. It explores the way the Bible,...
- EVANGELICAL DIFFERENCES. McDermott, Gerald // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb2014, Issue 240, p16
A letter to the editor is presented that responds to the article "Evangelical Retreat?" by Russell Moore in the December 2013 issue, which addresses the relationship of U.S. Evangelical Christians to church tradition regarding biblical interpretation.
- Commentary: Beyond the praise of the superficial God. Wentz, Richard E. // Anglican Theological Review;Fall90, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p359
Opinion. Ponders on the appreciation of tradition. Role of the church in the appreciation of tradition; Difficulty of understanding tradition.
- Tradition and revelation. Stackhouse, Max L. // Christian Century;11/6/96, Vol. 113 Issue 32, p1061
Focuses on religious tradition. Definition of tradition according to Jews and Christian denominations; Suspicion as a Protestant tradition; Biblical heritage regarding tradition; Implications about tradition and change in `The Book of Revelation.'
- John Paul II's Letter to Artists and the Force of Beauty. WILSON, JAMES MATTHEW // Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture;Winter2015, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p46
The article focuses on the 1999 Letter to Artists which was written by Pope St. John Paul II in which he discussed the New Evangelization. Various other topics discussed includes creativity of God, distinctiveness of the artistic work, communication with artwork, testimony of a mind and romantic...
- Mennonite Studies: Preparing for the Next Agenda. Lapp, John A. // Journal of Mennonite Studies;1983, Vol. 1, p201
The article focuses on the future developments of Mennonite studies. It relates that the substantial achievement in Mennonite studies has taken place in a time of general satisfaction with the character, style and quality of intellectual processes. It notes that the development of intellectual...
- Breaking the Word Weekdays. Garratt, Jeremy // Pastoral Review;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p71
The article presents several biblical passages for July and August 2011. These include Joshua 24: 14-19, Psalm 105 and Judges 6: 11-24. It also mentions that the said readings for ordinary time continue to move consistently which enunciate the foundational stories of Judaeo-Christian tradition...
- Chapter Six: SCRIPTURE IN THE THOUGHT OF LEIBOWITZ AND SOLOVEITCHIK. Sagi, Avi // Tradition vs. Traditionalism;2008, p119
Chapter 6 of the book "Tradition Versus Traditionalism: Contemporary Perspectives in Jewish Thought" is presented. It cites the views of Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Yeshayahu Leibowitz regarding how traditional religious beliefs have validity in a contemporary setting. It claims that though they...