By Dieter Hornemann
By Dieter Hornemann
By Friedhardt Gutsche,Werner Siegert
Diese Erfahrung kommt vielen Besuchern von Hauskreisen und anderen Kleingruppen bekannt vor. Friedhardt Gutsche und Werner Siegert sind jedoch davon überzeugt, dass guy manche Bibeltexte unterschiedlich verstehen und sich doch in der Grundbeziehung zu Jesus Christus eins sein kann.
Anhand zahlreicher konkreter Textbeispiele gehen sie fundiert, aber in verständlicher Sprache auf die scheinbaren Widersprüche innerhalb der Bibel ein und nehmen hierbei besonders die verschiedenen Zielgruppen der Bibel in den Blick. Aus ihrem reichen Erfahrungsschatz schöpfend, schlagen sie dabei immer wieder die Brücke zum Alltag in Gemeinden und Kleingruppen und geben hilfreiche Praxistipps.
By Jon Stewart
By Kurt Flasch
By Iyalosa ApetebiiOlaomi Osunyemi Akalatunde
By A.W. Moore
In this daring and leading edge new paintings, Adrian Moore poses the query of if it is attainable for moral considering to be grounded in natural cause. for you to comprehend and solution this query, he's taking a clean and demanding examine Kant’s ethical and spiritual philosophy.
Identifying 3 Kantian topics – morality, freedom and faith – and featuring adaptations on every one of those subject matters in flip, Moore concedes that there are problems with the Kantian view that morality might be ruled by way of ‘pure’ cause. He does notwithstanding guard a heavily similar view concerning a concept of cause as socially and culturally conditioned. during doing this, Moore considers intimately, rules on the middle of Kant’s suggestion, resembling the specific important, unfastened will, evil, wish, everlasting existence and God. He additionally makes artistic use of the tips in modern philosophy, either in the analytic culture and out of doors it, reminiscent of ‘thick’ moral innovations, varieties of lifestyles and ‘becoming those who we are’. during the ebook, a guiding principle is that to be rational is to make feel, and that not anything is of better price to exploit than making sense.
By Catrina Welch
By Jay Trott
The smooth period started with Descartes and the try and use the 'cogito' to procure a transparent realizing of transcendent being. regrettably, the 'cogito' ended in nothingness via its resistance to constructs of “being." Then Kant tried to synthesize nothingness with being within the transcendental aesthetic, with combined effects. ultimately, Nietzsche used the facility of nothingness itself (or nihilism) to negate any thought of being for the sake of the desire to power.
But nihilism resulted in an analogous nothingness because the 'cogito' did, for the reason that nihilism, too, was once in accordance with resistance. the constraints of the superman grew to become obtrusive during the paintings and tradition that mirrored his damaging perfect of absolute resistance to “the good"--and but nihilism additionally exhibits the top of philosophy and its try and describe transcendent price and the nice of happiness. The superman is useless, and philosophy seems to be lifeless as well.
The query now's if it is attainable to head past nihilism and locate the id, function, and which means that the human spirit craves. Essays on the finish of the Age makes use of illustrations from literature, song, technological know-how, and sacred texts to teach why the superman did not receive happiness, and to indicate easy methods to a brand new mode of being.
Jay Trott is a clinical author, conductor, and composer. he's the writer of a e-book of dialogues referred to as At Smith's condominium: the hunt for that means in a Postmodern Age.
By William E. Mann
By Hans-Dieter Mutschler