105 Michael Hilton, The Christian Effect on Jewish Life (London: SCM, 1994) 2. Hermeneutics is a twin discipline of criticism, each a sort of technical skill (i.e., they rule a practice). 1 of The Christian Tradition; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971] 81). For an example of how the ot's witness to monotheism functioned as a constraint upon the development of trinitarian doctrine, see Gregory of Nyssa, “Concerning We Should Think of Saying that There are Not Three Gods to Ablabius,” The Trinitarian Controversy (trans. 9 Sendschreiben, 42 (On the Glaubenslehre, 66). § 30). See Erhard Lucas, “Die Zuordnung von Judentum und Christentum von Schleiermacher bis Lagarde,” EvTh 23 (1963) 590–607, esp. 112 “The Dogmatics of the History-of-Religions School,” 93. 13 In Schleiermacher's model of theology, biblical exegesis is the first part of historical theology. 2 Klaus Beckmann, Die fremde Wurzel. Schleiermacher observed that religion was encountering opposition within culture and especially from the more educated people (whom Schleiermacher criticized as the “all-too-knowing … 229-248. Schleiermacher and the King again clashed, beginning in 1821, when the King attempted to bring order to the diverse liturgies in the churches in Prussia by taking up the pen and writing his own liturgy. He argued against the canonical standing of the ot on the grounds that it expresses Jewish, not Christian, religion. ; Berlin: Reimer, 1860–1863) 4:394. Thomas Bailey Saunders; Fortress Texts in Modern Theology; Philadelphia: Fortress, 1986] 125). Elsewhere he states: “This exposition is based entirely on the inner experience of the believer; its only purpose is to describe and elucidate that experience” (Gl. There was no early Christian who simultaneously acknowledged the doctrinal authority of the Old Testament and interpreted it literally” (The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition 100–600 [vol. 76 This way of posing the question of the material continuity between the historical Jesus and the Christ of faith was the signal contribution of the post-Bultmannian “New Quest” initiated by Ernst Käsemann. The impressive influence of Schleiermacher's hermeneutics was first brought out by Dilthey. For him this conclusion was the unavoidable result of the advancing critical scholarship that was undermining the christological exegesis used to defend the church's claim to the ot against the synagogue's counter-claim to its sole rightful possession. An Inconsistency With Schleiermacher's Lack of Emphasis on Church Dogma and Piety - Free download as Word Doc (.doc), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. § 22.2). 80 Troeltsch wrote: “In the absence of historical-critical thinking, Jesus was naturally identified with God in order that he might be the immediate object of faith; with critical thinking, the God of Jesus becomes the object of faith, and Jesus is transformed into the historical mediator and revealer” (“The Dogmatics of the History-of Religions School,” in Religion in History [trans. Beckmann is troubled by the application of “myth” to the exegesis of the Bible as well as by the Hegelian interpretation of it given by Strauss, yet he correctly formulates the import of this hermeneutic for Strauss: “In his ‘mythical’ criticism of the gospels Strauss expressed in radical fashion the literary unity of the Old and New Testaments. 77 Adolf von Harnack correctly understood that Jesus “desired no other belief in his person and no other attachment to it than is contained in the keeping of his commandments” (What is Christianity? In his understanding of Christian ethics the imperative mood is replaced by a descriptive account of how Christians act in accordance with their religious consciousness. Such a nuanced approach is absent from Schleiermacher's portrayal. The young Schleiermacher was an admirer of Henriette *Herz and frequented the salons of Berlin. § 170–72. 28 Gl. 47 John B. Cobb, Jr. criticizes the tradition of Schleiermacher: “[T]he question of the distinctive essence of Christianity was subordinated to that of its superiority to other religions in such a way that the former question was inadequately treated” (Cobb, The Structure of Christian Existence [New York: Seabury, 1967] 14). § 8.4). "hasAccess": "0", Krister Stendahl, Paul Among Jews and Gentiles (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1976) 7–23. Born in Breslaw, Germany in 1768, Schleiermacher was the son of a Prussain armychaplain. George Hunsinger and William C. Placher; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992) 3, 68. 28 Gl. 73 Schleiermacher was the first to offer a course of lectures on the life of Jesus in 1819, thereby helping to launch the nineteenth century's quest for the historical Jesus. … [T]he Christian church was explicitly ‘supersessionist.’ It showed honor to and interest in the Hebrew Bible and claimed it as its own heritage, but it considered the New Testament as its foundational Scripture. See Gl. "crossMark": true, § 100.3). Christianity has been particularistic (as distinct from historically particular) in its own way on account of the belief that “outside of the church there is no salvation.” Finally, doubt must surely be cast on Schleiermacher's claim that monotheism has found its purest expression in Christianity when it is recalled that Jews and Muslims alike have traditionally looked upon trinitarianism as a relapse into polytheism. 79 Bultmann, Theology of the New Testament, 1:34–35. … Since theology is never a closed book, however, it falls to his admirers to improve—in his own spirit—upon his view of Judaism.”, 44 The ambiguity involved in the idea of an “essence” is that it is not merely descriptive in intent but prescriptive as well. 63 Schleiermacher defended the historical veracity of John's gospel in a note added to the third edition of the Speeches in 1821. A founder of Protestant theology. § 132.2. Such historical judgments are always matters of probability. Translations of Schleiermacher's texts are mine unless otherwise indicated. Schubert M. Ogden helpfully points out that the earliest, non-christological stratum of the synoptic tradition has a kerygmatic intent inasmuch as it seeks to confront the hearer/reader with the same decision for God called for by Jesus' words (The Point of Christology [San Francisco: Harper, 1982]112–15). If you should have access and can't see this content please. From the right, Christopher R. Seitz, seeking to rehabilitate a traditional view of biblical authority, denies that historical-critical study has any constitutive significance for theology (Word Without End: The Old Testament as Abiding Theological Witness [Waco: Baylor University Press, 2004] 97).
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