7 edition of On Niebuhr found in the catalog.
January 1, 2001
by University Of Chicago Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||276|
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Niebuhr has always had a strong interest in politics. Many of his books articulate a realistic Christian interpretation of the realm of war and the state. He was a prominent defender of just war theory, and his writings influenced many politicians and presidential cabinet members in the last half of the 20 th century. A book that one can barely escape reading on the way to earning a seminary degree is Christ and Culture, by H. Richard hed in , the book quickly became a classic. Its categories -- such as "Christ against culture" and "Christ of culture" -- have ever since been familiar reference points in the field of Christian ethics and in debates about how Christians and the church should.
Take, for instance, Niebuhr on the Eschaton. Using a distinction found in the work of the philosopher of language Wilbur Urban, we can say that Niebuhr viewed the eschatology of the Book of Revelation as an evocative “symbolic truth,” at the center of which is “the truth of the symbol.”. In our own era it’s unthinkable that a theologian would write one of the indispensable books on American foreign policy. But at nearly the exact midpoint of the last century, the Christian thinker Reinhold Niebuhr’s classic The Irony of American History took the measure of not only America’s role in the emergent Cold War but also its sense of mission in the world.
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Gilkey read Niebuhr's books prior to his experience in China (narrated in the book Shantung Compound) and was guided through that experience by Niebuhr's thinking.
After the war he returned to the U.S. and entered Union Theological Seminary, where he was a student and later a colleague of both Reinhold Niebuhr () and Paul Tillich ( Cited by: This Library of America volume, prepared by Niebuhr’s daughter, is a collection of four indispensable books—Leaves from the Notebook of a Tamed Cynic (), Moral Man and Immoral Society (), The Children of Light and the Children of Darkness (), and The Irony of American History ()—and other essays, sermons, and lectures.
On Niebuhr book Looking for books by Reinhold Niebuhr. See all books authored by Reinhold Niebuhr, including Moral Man and Immoral Society: A Study of Ethics and Politics, and The Nature and Destiny of Man, Vol 1: Human Nature, and more on Reinhold Niebuhr | American theologian | Niebuhr called the subject of this book "the double wrestle of the church with its Lord and with the cultural society with which it lives in symbiosis." And he described various understandings of Christ "against," "of," and "above" culture, as well as Christ "transforming" culture, and Christ in "paradoxical" relation to it.
Cited by: Reinhold Niebuhr (–)taught for many years at Union Theological Seminary, in New York City, On Niebuhr book well as lecturing and preaching all over the country.
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This book is arguably Reinhold Niebuhr's most important work. It offers a sustained articulation of Niebuhr's theological ethics and is considered a landmark in twentieth-century thought. The Library of Theological Ethics series focuses on what it means to think theologically and ethically.
It presents a selection of important and otherwise. This 50th-anniversary edition, with a new foreword by the distinguished historian Martin E. Marty, who regards this book as one of the most vital books of our time, as well as an introduction by the author never before included in the book, and a new preface by James Gustafson, the premier Christian ethicist who is considered Niebuhr’s contemporary successor, poses the challenge of being 4/5(6).
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His new book, “A Higher Loyalty, Niebuhr’s theology starts with the myth of the Garden of Eden. In Genesis, God created Adam and Eve, and they lived in the paradise of Eden. Reinhold Niebuhr (rīn´hōld nē´bŏŏr), –, American religious and social thinker, City, Mo.
A graduate of Yale Divinity School, he served (–28) as pastor of Bethel Evangelical Church in Detroit, where he became deeply interested in social problems. Drawing on the political theology of Reinhold Niebuhr, described by Barack Obama as 'one of my favourite philosophers', this book assesses the challenges facing the President during his first term.
It evaluates his success in adhering to Niebuhr's path of 'Christian realism' when faced with the pragmatic demands of domestic and foreign affairs. In Candidate Obama used the ideas of 'Hope. Richard Niebuhr has 21 books on Goodreads with ratings. Richard Niebuhr’s most popular book is Christ and Culture.
Barthold Georg Niebuhr (27 August – 2 January ) was a Danish–German statesman, banker, and historian who became Germany's leading historian of Ancient Rome and a founding father of modern scholarly cal Rome (rather than Greece) caught the admiration of German thinkers.
By Niebuhr was inspiring German patriotism in students at the University of Berlin by. The analysis offered by H. Richard Niebuhr in his influential book, Christ and Culture, is helpful in a careful examination of Augustine’s attitude toward the r As such, it may not offer a holistic portrait of Christ and Culture, as I focus almost exclusively on Niebuhr’s analysis /5.
The book, of course, was Moral Man and Immoral Society (). My fa-ther's amazed and shocked assessment was, as we shall see, typical of the response of liberal Protestants, and in fact of most of Niebuhr's friends, to this explosive : Langdon Gilkey.
It brings together the books Leaves from the Notebook of a Tamed Cynic (), his personal reflections on his experiences as a young pastor in Detroit as it was being transformed by the explosive growth of the auto industry; Moral Man and Immoral Society (), a brilliant and tough-minded work that draws out the implications of Niebuhr’s.
Niebuhr’s answer in his greatest book, Moral Man and Immoral Society (), launched a new era in American theology and social ethics.
Politics is about struggling for power. Human groups never willingly subordinate their interests to the interests of others. Liberal denials of. Niebuhr’s book deals with the “enduring problem” of Christ and culture, how the two are often times in opposition to one another, and how the historical church has sought to harmonize the two.
This “problem” is not an anomaly nor a hindrance to the kingdom of God. God’s message has always been an enduring problem to culture.Does Civilization Need Religion?: A Study in the Social Resources and Limitations of Religion in Modern Life by Reinhold Niebuhr and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at .Download Free Christ And Culture H Richard Niebuhr In the classic Christ and Culture, H.
Richard Niebuhr crafted a magisterial survey of the many ways of answering that question--and the related question of how Christ's followers understand their own place in the world. Niebuhr called the subject of this book "the double wrestle of the church with.