Reformation und Rationalitat

GA"nter Frank (Redaktør) ; Ernst-Joachim Waschke (Redaktør) ; Herman J. Selderhuis (Redaktør) ; Henk van den Belt (Innledning) ; Joar Haga (Innledning) ; AndrA s SzabA(3) (Innledning) ; Volker Leppin (Innledning) ; Michael Weichenhan (Innledning) ; Armin Kohnle (Innledning) ; G. van den Brink (Innledning)

Serie: Refo500 Academic Studies (R5as) 17

Text in German. On 19 October 1512, Martin Luther received his doctorate of theology under the chairmanship of Andreas Bodenstein of Karlstadt. Throughout his life, Luther remained tied to the Universityof Wittemberg. Les mer
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Text in German. On 19 October 1512, Martin Luther received his doctorate of theology under the chairmanship of Andreas Bodenstein of Karlstadt. Throughout his life, Luther remained tied to the Universityof Wittemberg. The Reformation movement was initially driven by and through his concern with academic issues, which also from the outset pertained to the relationship between theology and the other sciences.The contributors to this volume describe the relationship between faith and reason or ratio and pietas which was assessed in different ways in the Reformation, described by some as oppositional and by others as harmonious. Moreover, reformers referred back to medieval philosophical and theological points of view to relate reason with belief. The way in which this was done was definitive, for example for the establishment of universities, relations between science and the Church and in matters concerning the Bible and preaching. The lectures printed in this volume address the question of the relationship between the Reformation and reason before a European, interdenominational horizon.

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Dr. theol. Herman J. Selderhuis is Professor of Church History at the Theological University of Apeldoorn, Director of Refo500, Scientific Curator of the Johannes a Lasco Library, and President of the International Calvin Congress. Joar Haga, PhD, is a Research Fellow at MF Norwegian School of Theology. Dr. theol. Volker Leppin ist Professor fA"r Kirchengeschichte an der Evangelisch-Theologischen FakultAt der UniversitAt TA"bingen. Er ist u.a. Herausgeber der Unterrichtsmaterialreihe Martin Luther a Leben, Werk und Wirken. Dr. theol. Andreas J. Beck ist Professor fA"r Historische Theologie der Evangelisch-Theologischen FakultAt in Leuven, Belgien. Johannes Schilling is a retired professor of church history at the University of Kiel. Siegrid Westphal is a university lecturer for the history of the early modern period at the University of Osnabruck and head of the project. Bruce Gordon is the Creative Director for UniversityOfHealthCare, LLC, and plays an important role in writing the more creative projects, especially those