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role of Christian ethics in postmarxist and postmodern Estonia

Meego Remmel

role of Christian ethics in postmarxist and postmodern Estonia

by Meego Remmel

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Published by Verlag für Kultur und Wissenschaft in Bonn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity -- Estonia.,
  • Estonia -- Church history.,
  • Estonia -- Social conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMeego Remmel.
    SeriesEdition pro mundis -- Bd. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination74 p. ;
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18481757M
    ISBN 103932829344

    Groothius D. Truth Decay. Leicester: IVP, A great medium-weight book on truth and culture that's not too deep or too shallow. It deals well with secular authors, and has the best chapters I have yet read on Christianity, art and ethics in a postmodern world. Carson D. The Gagging of God. Leicester: Apollos, Not for the fainthearted!   Question: "What is post-modern Christianity?" Answer: Post-modern Christianity is just as difficult to lock down in a concise definition as post-modernism itself. What started in the s in architecture as a reaction to modernist thought and style was soon adopted by the art and literary world in the s and s.

    This course presents a biblical model for ethics in a postmodern world, examining the ethical theories of obligation and value from a philosophical perspective. The lectures survey various ethical systems, identify unstated assumptions in ethical theories, and evaluate those . CHRISTIAN ETHICS IN A POSTMODERN WORLD The Rise of Postmodernity Since Federico de Onis’s use of the term ‘postmodernismo’ to describe the Spanish and Latin-American poetry of which had reacted against the ‘excess’ of modernism in , (Rose ) “Postmodernism.

      The instantiation of postmodern preferences has had varying effects on ecclesial communities, and has even given rise to new religious groups. Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong, “Tower of Babel” painting, Italian philosopher Gianni Vattimo. The salient characteristics of postmodern philosophy can be seen in many aspects of contemporary culture. "Studies in Polemical Theology, Jurisprudence and Canon Law." Fifteen essays and four book reviews covering religion and law, social ethics, and the defence of Christian faith. Includes "Modern Theology and Contemporary Legal Theory: A Tale of Ideological Collapse," Can Blasphemy Law Be Justified?".


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