Protestantisme med kød og blod

  • Niels Henrik Gregersen
Nøgleord: Martin Luther, Protestant principles, Friedrich Schleiermacher, theology of creation, liturgy, sacraments

Resumé

In this article, “Protestantism with blood and flesh”, it is argued that a Lutheran theology cannot and should not be reduced to general Protestant principles. Luther’s theology emerged as a result of renewed attentiveness to the basic expressions of the gospel: the audible word of God, the visible sacraments, the bodily aspects of communal life, and the evangelical signs of creation. The so-called Protestant Principles, at their best, are to be regarded as second-order and summarizing expressions of the primary life-utterances of the church, and of the corresponding experiences in ordinary life. Moreover, at a closer inspection the exclusive particles such as solo Christo and sola fide are to be taken as inclusive particles that provide a participation in God, enacted in faith, hope and love.

Publiceret
2010-12-31
Citation/Eksport
Gregersen, N. H. (2010). Protestantisme med kød og blod. Dansk Teologisk Tidsskrift, 73(4), 253-270. https://doi.org/10.7146/dtt.v73i4.106440
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