Jesus and the Word

Jesus and the Word

Rudolf Karl Bultmann Louise Pettibone Smith Erminie Huntress Lantero / Sep 27, 2020
Jesus and the Word The kernel of Bultmann s work is a discussion of the life message of Jesus Bultmann s work is strictly historical The reader will not find a sentimental or romantic pictures of Jesus of Nazareth Inste
  • Title: Jesus and the Word
  • Author: Rudolf Karl Bultmann Louise Pettibone Smith Erminie Huntress Lantero
  • ISBN: 9780684717265
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • The kernel of Bultmann s work is a discussion of the life message of Jesus Bultmann s work is strictly historical The reader will not find a sentimental or romantic pictures of Jesus of Nazareth Instead, we are bound to the text of the New Testament, to the historical circumstances in which the text arose, with all the resources of Bultmann s immense lThe kernel of Bultmann s work is a discussion of the life message of Jesus Bultmann s work is strictly historical The reader will not find a sentimental or romantic pictures of Jesus of Nazareth Instead, we are bound to the text of the New Testament, to the historical circumstances in which the text arose, with all the resources of Bultmann s immense learning are faced with the living historical reality of Jesus life.
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      • Rudolf Karl Bultmann Louise Pettibone Smith Erminie Huntress Lantero

        Rudolf Karl Bultmann August 20, 1884, Wiefelstede July 30, 1976, Marburg was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of New Testament at the University of Marburg He was one of the major figures of early 20th century biblical studies and a prominent voice in liberal Christianity.Bultmann is known for his belief that the historical analysis of the New Testament is both futile and unnecessary, given that the earliest Christian literature showed little interest in specific locations Bultmann argued that all that matters is the thatness , not the whatness of Jesus, i.e only that Jesus existed, preached and died by crucifixion matters, not what happened throughout his life.Bultmann relied on demythologization, an approach interpreting the mythological elements in the New Testament existentially Bultmann contended that only faith in the kerygma, or proclamation, of the New Testament was necessary for Christian faith, not any particular facts regarding the historical Jesus.


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    1. Bultmann was a masterful exegete, but seemed to go a bit to far in his deconstruction of the Gospel portraits of Jesus Still, a very helpful book, which finds at the center of the historical Jesus teaching the call to radical obedience to God, the either or Well worth engaging, but read with a grain of salt.


    2. Brilliant overview of Bultmann s thoughts Lots to disagree with but, when he s right, he is so very right Very very exciting theology.


    3. I ve been carrying around this book for thirty years or so, and finally picked it off the shelf and read it I m glad that I did For many Rudolph Bultmann was a radical biblical critic, and he did read the Bible from a historical critical perspective In this book from the 1920s, Bultmann seeks to place Jesus in his historical context as a Jew among Jews This is important because attempts will be made to de Judaize Jesus by German theologians But Bultmann like Barth and Bonhoeffer stood out agains [...]


    4. I m appreciative of his desire to remove the concept of duality from theology in general but i don t buy his argument that Jesus was apolitical.


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