The Presence of God in the World: A Contribution to Postmodern Christology based on the Theologies of PaulTillich and Karl Rahner by Steven OgdenThe Presence of God in the World: A Contribution to Postmodern Christology based on the Theologies of PaulTillich and Karl Rahner by Steven Ogden

The Presence of God in the World: A Contribution to Postmodern Christology based on the Theologies…

bySteven Ogden

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Detailed analyses of Karl Krolow's autobiographical poetry, 1945-1958. Among others: «Selbstbildnis 1945», «Niemand wird helfen» (1950), «Robinson I-III» (1958). To ascertain the foreign influence, poems of the fifties are compared to French poems of similar theme, Krolow had translated. Example: Reverdy's «Monsieur X».
Marked differences in content and analytical methods: Sole focus on Krolow's autobiographical poetry, 1945-1958. Detailed interpretations of the same. Comparison with relevant French poems. By contrast: A. Rümmler, Die Entwicklung der Metaphorik in der Lyrik Karl Krolows (1942-1962) (Lang, 1972) and unpublished dissertation of T. Drevikovsky.
The Author: Vera B. Profit is Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Notre Dame. Particularly interested in modern French and German poetry, her previous publications include: Interpretations of Iwan Goll's late Poetry with a comprehensive and annotated Bibliography of the Writings by and about Iw...
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Title:The Presence of God in the World: A Contribution to Postmodern Christology based on the Theologies…Format:PaperbackDimensions:8.66 × 5.91 × 0.68 inPublished:October 9, 2007Publisher:Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3039113038

ISBN - 13:9783039113033

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Contents: Marginalisation of God and the reality of absence – Presumption of absence and the problem of presence – The ambiguity of experience as presence and absence – Epistemology and experience – Epistemology and the credibility of presence – The experience of faith communities in epistemology – A critical comparison of Tillich and Rahner – An incremental contribution to Christological knowledge – Tillich, Rahner and modernity – Postmodern insights of Tillich and Rahner – Postmodern Christology – Postmetaphysical Christology – The incarnation and presence and absence – The death-resurrection event and presence and absence.