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2359-8107
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15 Mar 2013
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Angielski, Niemiecki

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Tom 11 (2019): Zeszyt 2 (August 2019)

Informacje o czasopiśmie
Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
2359-8107
Pierwsze wydanie
15 Mar 2013
Częstotliwość wydawania
3 razy w roku
Języki
Angielski, Niemiecki

Wyszukiwanie

14 Artykułów
access type Otwarty dostęp

Editorial RES 2/2019

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 149 - 153

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Under What Conditions Would the Orthodox Engage in the Judeo-Christian Dialogue?

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 154 - 166

Abstrakt

Abstract

The official dialogue between Churches and Judaism began between the two world wars, in America and then in England and intensified after the Second World War, reaching most Western European countries. The Eastern Churches felt estranged from this dialogue led by the Western Churches, as they have neither the same approach, nor the same history, nor the same texts of reference. This is why the Orthodox Churches wish to enter the dialogue according to their own approach, relying on their own texts, and recontextualizing the Fathers of Church when they speak about Judaism. By basing the dialogue on the origins of the Church, the Orthodox can justify why certain liturgical texts are obsolete and harmful to the Christian conscience. They will also be able to show how their tradition is close to and in continuity with the Jewish tradition. By doing so, they will be sensitive to the rebuilding of the unique people of God, composed of Christians and Jews according to the Epistle to the Ephesians (2.14)

Słowa kluczowe

  • Judeo-Christian Dialogue
  • Judeo-Catholic dialogue
  • Orthodox approach
  • Fathers of the Church and Jews
  • Soloviev
  • Boulgakov
  • Ecumenism
access type Otwarty dostęp

Jewish Elements in the Tradition of the Orthodox Church. A Contribution to Dialogue

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 167 - 179

Abstrakt

Abstract

The present article deals with the question of Jewish and Christian-Orthodox dialogue. The author focuses on the ambivalences regarding the relation to Jewish heritage in the liturgical tradition of the Orthodox Church: on the one hand, an un-reflected anti-Judaism of the old byzantine texts (especially in the “Holy and Great Week”), on the other hand a distinctive, hagiographical appreciation of the personalities of the Old Testament. The main challenge remains the development in the Orthodox collective mentality of a new sensibility (in sense of a metanoia) regarding this matter.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Jewish and Christian Orthodox Dialogue
  • liturgical tradition
  • anti-Judaism
access type Otwarty dostęp

Forsaken or Not? Patristic Argumentation on the Forsakenness of Jews Revisited

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 180 - 198

Abstrakt

Abstract

After the Shoah, the Catholic-Jewish dialogue has reached considerable intellectual depth, existential honesty, theological advancement and thematic width. The Orthodox Church, however, has hardly started its process of reconciliation. At the heart of the problem is the patristic argumentation on the forsakenness of the Jews, which in the Early Church was organically connected with the truth of Christianity. The patristic authors, however, were largely ignorant of the theological developments of Rabbinic Judaism and thus based their reasoning on mistaken presuppositions. In our times, this is especially clear with the patristic argument that it is perpetually impossible for the Jews to return to rule their Holy Land and Jerusalem.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Judaism
  • Jews
  • Jewish
  • Christian
  • Orthodox
  • dialogue
  • Patristic
  • argumentation
  • Holy Land
  • Jerusalem
  • Temple
  • post-Shoah theology
  • reconciliation
access type Otwarty dostęp

Γένος μέν ἐξ ἑβραίων or the Jewish Origin of Romanos the Melodist: From Overestimations to Underestimations and Finding Bridges between the West and the East

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 199 - 208

Abstrakt

Abstract

This study focuses on ananalysis of a Jewish genus expression, found in a kontakion with a still doubtful paternity. This expression gave rise to an entire academic discussion, often with contradictory opinions, on the Jewish origin of Romanos. This study contributes to this debate by bringing forth new evidence from both West and East, which can make up a new tool for evaluating the expression itself.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Saint Romanos the Melodist
  • kontakia
  • Jewish
  • hymnography
  • Orient
  • West
  • origin
  • γένος μέν ἐξ ἑβραίων
access type Otwarty dostęp

Fulfillment in Continuity: The Orthodox Christian Theology of Biblical Israel

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 209 - 236

Abstrakt

Abstract

Concentrating on the Orthodox theology of biblical Israel within the context of fulfillment theology, the argument is that the early Church envisioned itself as the continuation of Israel of the Jewish Bible rather than its replacement. In the author’s view, the current understanding of the distinction between replacement and fulfillment theology, the early Christian theological conception of the Church as Israel, and the ways in which both contemporaneous pagans and Jews viewed the nascent Christian faith support this assertion.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Church
  • Israel
  • fulfillment
  • patristic
  • supersessionism
  • replacement
  • Orthodox
  • Judaism
  • Christianity
  • Liturgy
access type Otwarty dostęp

Facing Anti-Judaism in the Romanian Orthodox and the Liturgical Texts?

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 237 - 252

Abstrakt

Abstract

The modern problem of political correctness appeared recently in the Romanian Orthodox Church too and produced different reactions. In this paper I want to discuss the anti-Judaic language that can be encountered in the cult, particularly during the Holy Week, and the solutions to treat these expressions. In the Catholic and Protestant world, the anti-Judaic speech was abandoned,1 so it seems that only the Orthodox churches have kept the texts that might be deemed as offensive for the Jewish people. As we shall observe, the Romanian Orthodox Church offers an interesting case on this issue. Beside the liturgical texts, I will also approach the problem of the accommodation of the biblical texts in the Orthodox Church, since some modern translations have pushed the modification so far.

Słowa kluczowe

  • anti-Judaism
  • Holy Week
  • Enkomia
  • Byzantine liturgy
  • Romanian Orthodox Church
access type Otwarty dostęp

Byzantine Liturgical Hymnography: a Stumbling Stone for the Jewish-Orthodox Christian Dialogue?

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 253 - 267

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article discusses the role of Byzantine liturgical hymnography within the Jewish-Orthodox Christian dialogue. It seems that problematic anti-Jewish hymns of the Orthodox liturgy were often put forward by the Jewish side, but Orthodox theologians couldn’t offer a satisfactory answer, so that the dialogue itself profoundly suffered. The author of this study argues that liturgical hymnography cannot be a stumbling stone for the dialogue. Bringing new witnesses from several Orthodox theologians, the author underlines the need for a change of perspective. Then, beyond the intrinsic plea for the revision of the anti-Jewish texts, this article actually emphasizes the need to rediscover the Jewishness of the Byzantine liturgy and to approach the hymnography as an exegesis or even Midrash on the biblical texts and motives. As such, the anti-Jewish elements of the liturgy can be considered an impulse to a deeper analysis of Byzantine hymnography, which could be very fruitful for the Jewish-Christian Dialogue.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Jewish-Orthodox Christian Dialogue
  • Byzantine Hymnography
  • anti-Judaism
  • Orthodox Liturgy
access type Otwarty dostęp

Jewish-Christian Dialogue to Nostra Aetate in the Catholic and the Orthodox Churches

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 268 - 300

Abstrakt

Abstract

Chapter 4 of the Declaration Nostra Aetate of the Second Vatican Council marks a decisive turn of the relations between Catholics and Jews. Numerous books and articles have tried to discuss the application of this declaration 50 years after its proclamation by Pope Paul VI. on October 28, 1965, to take stock. Nostra Aetate has also been recorded by Orthodox theologians, as some articles attest. After skimming the initiated implementation of this chapter through the ensuing Jewish-Catholic dialogue, we will introduce the Jewish Orthodox. We will distinguish the Judeo-Christian dialogue at the universal level and at the local level. For the Jewish-Catholic dialogue at the local level, we will examine the situation in France and for the Jewish-Orthodox dialogue the situation in Romania. In view of the connection between theology and history, we will mention not only the texts related to this dialogue, but also some events that have favored or slowed it down.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Nostra aetate
  • Dialogue Catholic Jews
  • Orthodox Christians-Jews Dialogue
  • ecumenic Dialogue
  • Revision of Liturgy
access type Otwarty dostęp

Research Project on the Jewish-Orthodox Christian Dialogue

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 301 - 302

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

L’Ecumenismo delle radici. Cristiani ortodossi ed ebrei: storia dei rapporti, prospettive di dialogo

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 303 - 306

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Receptions of Paul in Early Christianity. The Person of Paul and His Writings Through the Eyes of His Early Interpreters

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 307 - 313

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Pellegrini in Oriente – la Comunità di Taizé e il mondo ortodosso

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 314 - 316

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Apocalypticism and Eschatology in Late Antiquity. Encounters in the Abrahamic Religions, 6th-8th Century

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 317 - 323

Abstrakt

14 Artykułów
access type Otwarty dostęp

Editorial RES 2/2019

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 149 - 153

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Under What Conditions Would the Orthodox Engage in the Judeo-Christian Dialogue?

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 154 - 166

Abstrakt

Abstract

The official dialogue between Churches and Judaism began between the two world wars, in America and then in England and intensified after the Second World War, reaching most Western European countries. The Eastern Churches felt estranged from this dialogue led by the Western Churches, as they have neither the same approach, nor the same history, nor the same texts of reference. This is why the Orthodox Churches wish to enter the dialogue according to their own approach, relying on their own texts, and recontextualizing the Fathers of Church when they speak about Judaism. By basing the dialogue on the origins of the Church, the Orthodox can justify why certain liturgical texts are obsolete and harmful to the Christian conscience. They will also be able to show how their tradition is close to and in continuity with the Jewish tradition. By doing so, they will be sensitive to the rebuilding of the unique people of God, composed of Christians and Jews according to the Epistle to the Ephesians (2.14)

Słowa kluczowe

  • Judeo-Christian Dialogue
  • Judeo-Catholic dialogue
  • Orthodox approach
  • Fathers of the Church and Jews
  • Soloviev
  • Boulgakov
  • Ecumenism
access type Otwarty dostęp

Jewish Elements in the Tradition of the Orthodox Church. A Contribution to Dialogue

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 167 - 179

Abstrakt

Abstract

The present article deals with the question of Jewish and Christian-Orthodox dialogue. The author focuses on the ambivalences regarding the relation to Jewish heritage in the liturgical tradition of the Orthodox Church: on the one hand, an un-reflected anti-Judaism of the old byzantine texts (especially in the “Holy and Great Week”), on the other hand a distinctive, hagiographical appreciation of the personalities of the Old Testament. The main challenge remains the development in the Orthodox collective mentality of a new sensibility (in sense of a metanoia) regarding this matter.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Jewish and Christian Orthodox Dialogue
  • liturgical tradition
  • anti-Judaism
access type Otwarty dostęp

Forsaken or Not? Patristic Argumentation on the Forsakenness of Jews Revisited

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 180 - 198

Abstrakt

Abstract

After the Shoah, the Catholic-Jewish dialogue has reached considerable intellectual depth, existential honesty, theological advancement and thematic width. The Orthodox Church, however, has hardly started its process of reconciliation. At the heart of the problem is the patristic argumentation on the forsakenness of the Jews, which in the Early Church was organically connected with the truth of Christianity. The patristic authors, however, were largely ignorant of the theological developments of Rabbinic Judaism and thus based their reasoning on mistaken presuppositions. In our times, this is especially clear with the patristic argument that it is perpetually impossible for the Jews to return to rule their Holy Land and Jerusalem.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Judaism
  • Jews
  • Jewish
  • Christian
  • Orthodox
  • dialogue
  • Patristic
  • argumentation
  • Holy Land
  • Jerusalem
  • Temple
  • post-Shoah theology
  • reconciliation
access type Otwarty dostęp

Γένος μέν ἐξ ἑβραίων or the Jewish Origin of Romanos the Melodist: From Overestimations to Underestimations and Finding Bridges between the West and the East

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 199 - 208

Abstrakt

Abstract

This study focuses on ananalysis of a Jewish genus expression, found in a kontakion with a still doubtful paternity. This expression gave rise to an entire academic discussion, often with contradictory opinions, on the Jewish origin of Romanos. This study contributes to this debate by bringing forth new evidence from both West and East, which can make up a new tool for evaluating the expression itself.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Saint Romanos the Melodist
  • kontakia
  • Jewish
  • hymnography
  • Orient
  • West
  • origin
  • γένος μέν ἐξ ἑβραίων
access type Otwarty dostęp

Fulfillment in Continuity: The Orthodox Christian Theology of Biblical Israel

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 209 - 236

Abstrakt

Abstract

Concentrating on the Orthodox theology of biblical Israel within the context of fulfillment theology, the argument is that the early Church envisioned itself as the continuation of Israel of the Jewish Bible rather than its replacement. In the author’s view, the current understanding of the distinction between replacement and fulfillment theology, the early Christian theological conception of the Church as Israel, and the ways in which both contemporaneous pagans and Jews viewed the nascent Christian faith support this assertion.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Church
  • Israel
  • fulfillment
  • patristic
  • supersessionism
  • replacement
  • Orthodox
  • Judaism
  • Christianity
  • Liturgy
access type Otwarty dostęp

Facing Anti-Judaism in the Romanian Orthodox and the Liturgical Texts?

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 237 - 252

Abstrakt

Abstract

The modern problem of political correctness appeared recently in the Romanian Orthodox Church too and produced different reactions. In this paper I want to discuss the anti-Judaic language that can be encountered in the cult, particularly during the Holy Week, and the solutions to treat these expressions. In the Catholic and Protestant world, the anti-Judaic speech was abandoned,1 so it seems that only the Orthodox churches have kept the texts that might be deemed as offensive for the Jewish people. As we shall observe, the Romanian Orthodox Church offers an interesting case on this issue. Beside the liturgical texts, I will also approach the problem of the accommodation of the biblical texts in the Orthodox Church, since some modern translations have pushed the modification so far.

Słowa kluczowe

  • anti-Judaism
  • Holy Week
  • Enkomia
  • Byzantine liturgy
  • Romanian Orthodox Church
access type Otwarty dostęp

Byzantine Liturgical Hymnography: a Stumbling Stone for the Jewish-Orthodox Christian Dialogue?

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 253 - 267

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article discusses the role of Byzantine liturgical hymnography within the Jewish-Orthodox Christian dialogue. It seems that problematic anti-Jewish hymns of the Orthodox liturgy were often put forward by the Jewish side, but Orthodox theologians couldn’t offer a satisfactory answer, so that the dialogue itself profoundly suffered. The author of this study argues that liturgical hymnography cannot be a stumbling stone for the dialogue. Bringing new witnesses from several Orthodox theologians, the author underlines the need for a change of perspective. Then, beyond the intrinsic plea for the revision of the anti-Jewish texts, this article actually emphasizes the need to rediscover the Jewishness of the Byzantine liturgy and to approach the hymnography as an exegesis or even Midrash on the biblical texts and motives. As such, the anti-Jewish elements of the liturgy can be considered an impulse to a deeper analysis of Byzantine hymnography, which could be very fruitful for the Jewish-Christian Dialogue.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Jewish-Orthodox Christian Dialogue
  • Byzantine Hymnography
  • anti-Judaism
  • Orthodox Liturgy
access type Otwarty dostęp

Jewish-Christian Dialogue to Nostra Aetate in the Catholic and the Orthodox Churches

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 268 - 300

Abstrakt

Abstract

Chapter 4 of the Declaration Nostra Aetate of the Second Vatican Council marks a decisive turn of the relations between Catholics and Jews. Numerous books and articles have tried to discuss the application of this declaration 50 years after its proclamation by Pope Paul VI. on October 28, 1965, to take stock. Nostra Aetate has also been recorded by Orthodox theologians, as some articles attest. After skimming the initiated implementation of this chapter through the ensuing Jewish-Catholic dialogue, we will introduce the Jewish Orthodox. We will distinguish the Judeo-Christian dialogue at the universal level and at the local level. For the Jewish-Catholic dialogue at the local level, we will examine the situation in France and for the Jewish-Orthodox dialogue the situation in Romania. In view of the connection between theology and history, we will mention not only the texts related to this dialogue, but also some events that have favored or slowed it down.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Nostra aetate
  • Dialogue Catholic Jews
  • Orthodox Christians-Jews Dialogue
  • ecumenic Dialogue
  • Revision of Liturgy
access type Otwarty dostęp

Research Project on the Jewish-Orthodox Christian Dialogue

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 301 - 302

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

L’Ecumenismo delle radici. Cristiani ortodossi ed ebrei: storia dei rapporti, prospettive di dialogo

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 303 - 306

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Receptions of Paul in Early Christianity. The Person of Paul and His Writings Through the Eyes of His Early Interpreters

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 307 - 313

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Pellegrini in Oriente – la Comunità di Taizé e il mondo ortodosso

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 314 - 316

Abstrakt

access type Otwarty dostęp

Apocalypticism and Eschatology in Late Antiquity. Encounters in the Abrahamic Religions, 6th-8th Century

Data publikacji: 08 Aug 2019
Zakres stron: 317 - 323

Abstrakt

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