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2359-8107
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15 Mar 2013
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Tom 9 (2017): Zeszyt 3 (December 2017)

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

Wyszukiwanie

0 Artykułów
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Editorial RES 3/2017

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 343 - 345

Abstrakt

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Martin Luther’s Reformation Reflected in the Orthodox Theology

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 346 - 359

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article presents an evaluation of Martin Luther’s reformatory theology from the point of view of orthodox theology. To this day there are only a few orthodox theologians who have undertaken systematic analyzes of Luther’s theology. Although their attitude to Lutheran theology was critical, they underlined that Martin Luther did not want to form a new denomination. They viewed Martin Luther’s Reformation not as a renewal of ecclesial life, but as an innovation within Christianity. The ecumenical dialogues have brought about a change in the understanding of Lutheran theology, in the sense that there are some orthodox theologians who have worked out convergent Lutheran doctrines with orthodox theology.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Reformation
  • Martin Luther
  • ecumenical dialogue
  • Orthodoxy
Otwarty dostęp

Some of Martin Luther‘s Written References to the Eastern Church

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 360 - 370

Abstrakt

Abstract

In his honest desire to reform the Catholic Church, Martin Luther looked up sometimes to Eastern Christianity and its Ancient Fathers. Especially in the context of his debates with Catholic theologians, Luther tried to accomplish a theological norm through quotes and arguments from the spiritual thesaurus of the Eastern Church. In spite of the fact that Luther‘s references to the Eastern Church show a certain ambiguity and are not as extensive as one would wish today, these are of particular importance and carry undeniable weight for the Reformation period and the Reformers’ knowledge of Eastern Christianity. Luther’s mentions of the Eastern Church constitute until today the basic points of modern ecumenism between Protestantism and Orthodoxy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Luther
  • Eastern Church
  • Orthodox Theology
  • Reformation and Orthodoxy
  • Leipzig Debate
Otwarty dostęp

Martin Luther’s Interpretation on Magnificat. Vademecum of Christian Education for Rulers

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 371 - 393

Abstrakt

Abstract

Considering the ethical, anthropological and theological perspectives on the institution of a secular leader, as they are presented in Martin Luther’s writing “Das Magnificat verdeutschet und ausgelegt”, (1521) this paper aims to emphasize his contribution to the contemporary political anthropology and European culture. Presenting Mary’s canticle as a vademecum of educating secular leaders, Luther highlights the need of spiritual substantiation of the education of the secular leader and identifies mens cordis as the active and reactive center of the human being, from which all counsels and all reigns must be derived. While still preserving parts of mysticism, mystical and ascetic sources for the Christian education of rulers, thus a fragment of the universal Christian tradition, as they were developed and contextualized in Western Europe, this work by Luther could be a significant impulse for the renewal of the dialogue between Lutheran tradition and Orthodoxy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • secular leaders
  • anthropology
  • Virgin Mary
  • education
Otwarty dostęp

An Almost Forgotten Jubilee – The 450th Anniversary of the Reformation through the Pages of Romanian Orthodox Press

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 394 - 409

Abstrakt

Abstract

Remembering the events which happened 50 years ago, this paper will attempt to point out the specific way in which the Romanian Orthodox Church reported on the 450th anniversary of the Reformation. By going through the pages of Orthodox ecclesiastical periodicals that reported on this particular moment, a growing focus on the Ecumenical Movement and the dialogue partners of other denominations can be noted, marking a beneficial openness to knowledge and understanding of other Churches.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Ecumenical Dialogue
  • Evangelical Church
  • Reformation
  • Romanian Orthodox Church
Otwarty dostęp

Dietrich Bonhoeffer – the Realism of Preaching. Milestones for an Orthodox Preacher’s Proclaiming Culture

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 410 - 425

Abstrakt

Abstract

This paper aims to successively present approaches to German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s thinking in the Romanian research area and to retain a series of milestones of his ample theological vision that could be relevant to the culture of an Orthodox preacher. I believe that the example of Bonhoeffer’s life and work are positive challenging models for the pastoral Orthodox thinking, due to his homiletic vision of life, somehow comparable with the vision of some theologians, who gave good Christian testimony during the difficult times of Romanian and European history. I dare to assert that Bonhoeffer’s thoroughness to elucidate the terminology of Christian preaching and to deal with specific topics of theology of reality that is active and directed to the service of a neighbor, as well as his manner of eschatologically embracing the Christian life, creates paths for the education of dialogue with Orthodoxy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Bonhoeffer
  • Orthodoxy
  • Lutheranism
  • preaching
  • homiletics
Otwarty dostęp

The Works and the Mystery of Salvation in the Book of Revelation. A New Contribution to an Old Polemic

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 426 - 444

Abstrakt

Abstract

Five hundred years ago, in troubling theological and spiritual developments of the Roman Church, Martin Luther critically approached its teaching about the soteriological value of works. The result of his inquiry was the famous sola fide doctrine. However he did not ignore the issue of works and tried repeatedly to explain their relationship with the faith. But, unfortunately, he did not consider the important contributions of the Epistle of St James and of St John’s Revelation. In the introduction to the Apocalypse he expressed the possibility that he was missing “more than one thing in this book”. His intuition was right. The book of Revelation conceals many mysteries, but first of all that of salvation. It speaks a lot about Christ and His salvific work, but also about the works of the faithful. In fact, the mystery of salvation is closely related to works. They play a crucial role in the preparation of the wedding of the Lamb with His bride. The accomplishment of God’s plan depends on them. The judgment will be done according to the works. Therefore, a lot of onceignored things stand before us. Have they the potential to bring more light on the much-disputed relationship between faith and works?

Słowa kluczowe

  • Apocalypse
  • Christ
  • works
  • faith
  • mystery of salvation
  • divinization
Otwarty dostęp

The Reformer Johannes Honterus and Orthodoxy: “Early Ecumenism”

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 445 - 451

Abstrakt

Abstract

On the occasion of the commemoration of 500 years since the Reformation, this article, entitled “Reformation and Orthodoxy”, calls attention to the personality of Johannes Honterus (1497-1549), the Lutheran reformer of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Transylvania, and reviews his relationship to Orthodoxy, a relationship which may be referred to as “Early Ecumenism”. Johannes Honterus, one of the most important personalities of the Transylvanian Saxons, was an outstanding scholar who had studied in Vienna, Krakow, Regensburg and Basel. He became the founder of the first school and the first publishing house in Brasov (Kronstadt), and – as Senior Pastor – was the reformer of his native town and eventually all of Transylvania (1547). Honterus had close contacts to Christian-Orthodox Romanians from surrounding areas, and in his publishing house not only Latin, Greek and German textbooks were published, as well as the two most important works about the Reformation in Brasov and the whole of Transylvania, but also – about 1540 –, among others, the so called Christian-Orthodox „Edition of Nilus“, with extracts from the Greek Patristic Literature by Evaragius Ponticus, Gregory of Nazianz and Thalassus. His dialogue with Orthodox visitors to his town inspired his work for the Lutheran Reformation among the Transylvanian Saxons. From 1556 to 1583, Honterus had in his publishing house the most important Orthodox publisher of the 16th century, Deacon Coresi. This “early ecumenism” became the basis for the well-known tradition of religious tolerance in Transylvania.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Johannes Honterus
  • Reformation
  • Orthodoxy
  • Transylvania
  • ecumenism
  • school
  • printing house
  • religious tolerance
  • Patristic literature
  • Deacon Coresi
Otwarty dostęp

What Future for Europe?

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 452 - 454

Abstrakt

Otwarty dostęp

Book Reviews

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 455 - 460

Abstrakt

Otwarty dostęp

Book Reviews

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 461 - 463

Abstrakt

0 Artykułów
Otwarty dostęp

Editorial RES 3/2017

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 343 - 345

Abstrakt

Otwarty dostęp

Martin Luther’s Reformation Reflected in the Orthodox Theology

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 346 - 359

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article presents an evaluation of Martin Luther’s reformatory theology from the point of view of orthodox theology. To this day there are only a few orthodox theologians who have undertaken systematic analyzes of Luther’s theology. Although their attitude to Lutheran theology was critical, they underlined that Martin Luther did not want to form a new denomination. They viewed Martin Luther’s Reformation not as a renewal of ecclesial life, but as an innovation within Christianity. The ecumenical dialogues have brought about a change in the understanding of Lutheran theology, in the sense that there are some orthodox theologians who have worked out convergent Lutheran doctrines with orthodox theology.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Reformation
  • Martin Luther
  • ecumenical dialogue
  • Orthodoxy
Otwarty dostęp

Some of Martin Luther‘s Written References to the Eastern Church

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 360 - 370

Abstrakt

Abstract

In his honest desire to reform the Catholic Church, Martin Luther looked up sometimes to Eastern Christianity and its Ancient Fathers. Especially in the context of his debates with Catholic theologians, Luther tried to accomplish a theological norm through quotes and arguments from the spiritual thesaurus of the Eastern Church. In spite of the fact that Luther‘s references to the Eastern Church show a certain ambiguity and are not as extensive as one would wish today, these are of particular importance and carry undeniable weight for the Reformation period and the Reformers’ knowledge of Eastern Christianity. Luther’s mentions of the Eastern Church constitute until today the basic points of modern ecumenism between Protestantism and Orthodoxy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Luther
  • Eastern Church
  • Orthodox Theology
  • Reformation and Orthodoxy
  • Leipzig Debate
Otwarty dostęp

Martin Luther’s Interpretation on Magnificat. Vademecum of Christian Education for Rulers

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 371 - 393

Abstrakt

Abstract

Considering the ethical, anthropological and theological perspectives on the institution of a secular leader, as they are presented in Martin Luther’s writing “Das Magnificat verdeutschet und ausgelegt”, (1521) this paper aims to emphasize his contribution to the contemporary political anthropology and European culture. Presenting Mary’s canticle as a vademecum of educating secular leaders, Luther highlights the need of spiritual substantiation of the education of the secular leader and identifies mens cordis as the active and reactive center of the human being, from which all counsels and all reigns must be derived. While still preserving parts of mysticism, mystical and ascetic sources for the Christian education of rulers, thus a fragment of the universal Christian tradition, as they were developed and contextualized in Western Europe, this work by Luther could be a significant impulse for the renewal of the dialogue between Lutheran tradition and Orthodoxy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • secular leaders
  • anthropology
  • Virgin Mary
  • education
Otwarty dostęp

An Almost Forgotten Jubilee – The 450th Anniversary of the Reformation through the Pages of Romanian Orthodox Press

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 394 - 409

Abstrakt

Abstract

Remembering the events which happened 50 years ago, this paper will attempt to point out the specific way in which the Romanian Orthodox Church reported on the 450th anniversary of the Reformation. By going through the pages of Orthodox ecclesiastical periodicals that reported on this particular moment, a growing focus on the Ecumenical Movement and the dialogue partners of other denominations can be noted, marking a beneficial openness to knowledge and understanding of other Churches.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Ecumenical Dialogue
  • Evangelical Church
  • Reformation
  • Romanian Orthodox Church
Otwarty dostęp

Dietrich Bonhoeffer – the Realism of Preaching. Milestones for an Orthodox Preacher’s Proclaiming Culture

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 410 - 425

Abstrakt

Abstract

This paper aims to successively present approaches to German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s thinking in the Romanian research area and to retain a series of milestones of his ample theological vision that could be relevant to the culture of an Orthodox preacher. I believe that the example of Bonhoeffer’s life and work are positive challenging models for the pastoral Orthodox thinking, due to his homiletic vision of life, somehow comparable with the vision of some theologians, who gave good Christian testimony during the difficult times of Romanian and European history. I dare to assert that Bonhoeffer’s thoroughness to elucidate the terminology of Christian preaching and to deal with specific topics of theology of reality that is active and directed to the service of a neighbor, as well as his manner of eschatologically embracing the Christian life, creates paths for the education of dialogue with Orthodoxy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Bonhoeffer
  • Orthodoxy
  • Lutheranism
  • preaching
  • homiletics
Otwarty dostęp

The Works and the Mystery of Salvation in the Book of Revelation. A New Contribution to an Old Polemic

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 426 - 444

Abstrakt

Abstract

Five hundred years ago, in troubling theological and spiritual developments of the Roman Church, Martin Luther critically approached its teaching about the soteriological value of works. The result of his inquiry was the famous sola fide doctrine. However he did not ignore the issue of works and tried repeatedly to explain their relationship with the faith. But, unfortunately, he did not consider the important contributions of the Epistle of St James and of St John’s Revelation. In the introduction to the Apocalypse he expressed the possibility that he was missing “more than one thing in this book”. His intuition was right. The book of Revelation conceals many mysteries, but first of all that of salvation. It speaks a lot about Christ and His salvific work, but also about the works of the faithful. In fact, the mystery of salvation is closely related to works. They play a crucial role in the preparation of the wedding of the Lamb with His bride. The accomplishment of God’s plan depends on them. The judgment will be done according to the works. Therefore, a lot of onceignored things stand before us. Have they the potential to bring more light on the much-disputed relationship between faith and works?

Słowa kluczowe

  • Apocalypse
  • Christ
  • works
  • faith
  • mystery of salvation
  • divinization
Otwarty dostęp

The Reformer Johannes Honterus and Orthodoxy: “Early Ecumenism”

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 445 - 451

Abstrakt

Abstract

On the occasion of the commemoration of 500 years since the Reformation, this article, entitled “Reformation and Orthodoxy”, calls attention to the personality of Johannes Honterus (1497-1549), the Lutheran reformer of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Transylvania, and reviews his relationship to Orthodoxy, a relationship which may be referred to as “Early Ecumenism”. Johannes Honterus, one of the most important personalities of the Transylvanian Saxons, was an outstanding scholar who had studied in Vienna, Krakow, Regensburg and Basel. He became the founder of the first school and the first publishing house in Brasov (Kronstadt), and – as Senior Pastor – was the reformer of his native town and eventually all of Transylvania (1547). Honterus had close contacts to Christian-Orthodox Romanians from surrounding areas, and in his publishing house not only Latin, Greek and German textbooks were published, as well as the two most important works about the Reformation in Brasov and the whole of Transylvania, but also – about 1540 –, among others, the so called Christian-Orthodox „Edition of Nilus“, with extracts from the Greek Patristic Literature by Evaragius Ponticus, Gregory of Nazianz and Thalassus. His dialogue with Orthodox visitors to his town inspired his work for the Lutheran Reformation among the Transylvanian Saxons. From 1556 to 1583, Honterus had in his publishing house the most important Orthodox publisher of the 16th century, Deacon Coresi. This “early ecumenism” became the basis for the well-known tradition of religious tolerance in Transylvania.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Johannes Honterus
  • Reformation
  • Orthodoxy
  • Transylvania
  • ecumenism
  • school
  • printing house
  • religious tolerance
  • Patristic literature
  • Deacon Coresi
Otwarty dostęp

What Future for Europe?

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 452 - 454

Abstrakt

Otwarty dostęp

Book Reviews

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 455 - 460

Abstrakt

Otwarty dostęp

Book Reviews

Data publikacji: 11 Jan 2018
Zakres stron: 461 - 463

Abstrakt