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The Unrelieved Paradox Studies in the Theology of Franz Bibfeldt

by Martin E (University of Chicago) Marty

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The Unrelieved Paradox Studies in the Theology of Franz Bibfeldt by Martin E (University of Chicago) Marty

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Paul Ricoeur No theologian more thoroughly grasps the vicissitudes of my own hermeneutics [than does Bibfeldt]. Truly, Bibfeldt stands behind the text and in front of the text simultaneously; indeed, Bibfeldt is both time and narrative, both hermeneutics and human sciences, both Freud and philosophy. Bibfeldt, in short, is the text. David Tracy and Schubert Ogden (joint statement) Franz Bibfeldt is the practitioner without peer of that ongoing conversation which simply is theology, and which can only ever become good theology as it is done in the service of endless plurality and indecisive ambiguity. Wendy Doniger It was Bibfeldt I had in mind when I wrote, in Dreams, Illusions, and Other Realities , that 'various transformations may seem to take place . . . but in the end we cannot tell whether anything has happened or not.' Paul Ricoeur No theologian more thoroughly grasps the vicissitudes of my own hermeneutics [than does Bibfeldt]. Truly, Bibfeldt stands behind the text and in front of the text simultaneously; indeed, Bibfeldt is both time and narrative, both hermeneutics and human sciences, both Freud and philosophy. Bibfeldt, in short, is the text. David Tracy and Schubert Ogden (joint statement) Franz Bibfeldt is the practitioner without peer of that ongoing conversation which simply is theology, and which can only ever become good theology as it is done in the service of endless plurality and indecisive ambiguity. Wendy Doniger It was Bibfeldt I had in mind when I wrote, in Dreams, Illusions, and Other Realities, that 'various transformations may seem to take place . . . but in the end we cannot tell whether anything has happened or not.' Biblical Studies Bulletin Kudos to Eerdmans, for the republication -- indeed the second edition! -- of the legendary collection of essays in honor of a theologian who never existed. . . . Buy this book for all your too-serious friends. Paul Ricoeur No theologian more thoroughly grasps the vicissitudes of my own hermeneutics [than does Bibfeldt]. Truly, Bibfeldt stands behind the text and in front of the text simultaneously; indeed, Bibfeldt is both time and narrative, both hermeneutics and human sciences, both Freud and philosophy. Bibfeldt, in short, is the text. David Tracy and Schubert Ogden (joint statement) Franz Bibfeldt is the practitioner without peer of that ongoing conversation which simply is theology, and which can only ever become good theology as it is done in the service of endless plurality and indecisive ambiguity. Wendy Doniger It was Bibfeldt I had in mind when I wrote, in Dreams, Illusions, and Other Realities, that 'various transformations may seem to take place . . . but in the end we cannot tell whether anything has happened or not.' Paul Ricoeur-No theologian more thoroughly grasps the vicissitudes of my own hermeneutics [than does Bibfeldt]. Truly, Bibfeldt stands behind the text and in front of the text simultaneously; indeed, Bibfeldt is both time and narrative, both hermeneutics and human sciences, both Freud and philosophy. Bibfeldt, in short, is the text.- David Tracy and Schubert Ogden (joint statement)-Franz Bibfeldt is the practitioner without peer of that ongoing conversation which simply is theology, and which can only ever become good theology as it is done in the service of endless plurality and indecisive ambiguity.- Wendy Doniger-It was Bibfeldt I had in mind when I wrote, in Dreams, Illusions, and Other Realities, that 'various transformations may seem to take place . . . but in the end we cannot tell whether anything has happened or not.' - Paul Ricoeur No theologian more thoroughly grasps the vicissitudes of my own hermeneutics [than does Bibfeldt]. Truly, Bibfeldt stands behind the text and in front of the text simultaneously; indeed, Bibfeldt is both time and narrative, both hermeneutics and human sciences, both Freud and philosophy. Bibfeldt, in short, is the text. David Tracy and Schubert Ogden (joint statement) Franz Bibfeldt is the practitioner without peer of that ongoing conversation which simply is theology, and which can only ever become good theology as it is done in the service of endless plurality and indecisive ambiguity. Wendy Doniger It was Bibfeldt I had in mind when I wrote, in Dreams, Illusions, and Other Realities, that 'various transformations may seem to take place . . . but in the end we cannot tell whether anything has happened or not.'

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ISBN: 9780802869784
Publication date: 25th February 2013
Author: Martin E (University of Chicago) Marty
Publisher: William B Eerdmans Publishing Co
Format: Paperback / softback
Categories: Christian theology,

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