010110 VO Introduction in Theology I (2014S)
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Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
- know what it means to think theologically and how theology as a rational science works within Christianity as well as related to non-religious issues;
- be able to find out what can lead theology to an anti-Jewish attitude and to avoid any kind of thinking that leads to them to this attitude;
- realize by an overview of the development of Christian thinking and teaching that Christian theory was and is always part of history and its changes;
- come to know that God's revelation is reflecting itself in a long series of experiences that have been transmitted by important witnesses;
- understand what it means for Christian theology that God's covenant with Israel has never been broken up.
W. Treitler, Auf Wanderschaft. Betrachtungen zum biblischen Glauben. 5. Auflage, Perchtoldsdorf 2013.Prüfungsrelevante Ersatzlektüre:
Ch. Cohn, Der Prozeß und Tod Jesu aus jüdischer Sicht. Aus dem Englischen von Christian Wiese und Hannah Liron, Frankfurt/Main 2001, 140-199.
J. B. Metz, Mystik er offenen Augen. Wenn Spiritualität aufbricht, Freiburg-Basel-Wien 2011.
W. Treitler, Auf Wanderschaft. Betrachtungen zum biblischen Glauben. 5. Auflage, Perchtoldsdorf 2013.
K. Wengst, Israel und wir. Eine theologische Perspektive, in: FrRu N.F. 17 (2010) 128-131.