The Old Testament and Christian Faith: A Theological Discussion

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Index
Abraham, 30, 197, 255; Melchizedek'sblessing upon, 137, 139; God as Shieldof, 138-140; God's promise to, 210,212-213, 219, 256
Adam, 84, 120, 121, 147; second, 120,123
Advent, 257, 264
Albright, W. F., 125, 196
Allegoresis, 33, 45 f., 54, 60, 73--75, 86-88, 103
Alt, Albrecht, 138--140
Althaus, Paul, 38
Amos, 206
Anderson, B. W., 189 n.
Apocalyptic, rise of, 77-78, 175, 220-221
Apostles, 39, 74, 115, 117-122, 250
Archeology, 180 f., 185 n., 186
Aristotle, 251
Augustine, 31
Balaam, oracles of, 209
Baptism, 110, 145 n
Barth, Karl, 6, 38, 52, 61, 128, 150, 155,185n.
Baumgärtel, Friedrich, 128, 174n., 201,237
Begrich, J., 205
Being (Sein), definition of, 151n.; seealso Ontology
Benoit, Pierre, 104--105
Beracha. 131-150. 156--157; historicization of, 148-149; see also Language.religious
Bible, authority of, 58, 121; scripturalproof, 33, 73. 74. 75, 86--87, 97
Blessing, 209, 212-213; and promise, 210-211; cultic, 214; see also Abraham; Beracha; JacobBonhoeffer, Dietrich, 155, 157, 158
Bomkamm, Günther, 144 n. Brock, Werner, 151 n.
Bultmann, Rudolf, 6--7, 90-101, 145n.,170-171, 200, 223, 225n., 227-228, 236, 238; compared with Marcion, 7,49-63, 227; "Das Problem der 'nat­ ­ürlichen Theologic,'" 67-68; demythologization, concept of, 117-120, 181(see also Demythologization); existen­tial hermeneutic of, 52-63; "genuinelyhistorical," concept of, 81, 91, 179-181 (see also Hermeneutics); Geschichte und Eschatologie im NeuenTestament, 77-80; gnostic existential­ism of, 64-89, 184 f.; ontology of, 66-69; Ritschl's influence on, 38-46; andRoman Catholicism, 105-107, 110-111; theological outlook of, 177-179;theology of history of, 77-86; Theol-ogy of the New Testament, 70-71, 76;Vorverständnis, concept of, 49--63,67-68 (see also Pre-understanding);"Weissangung und Erfüllung," 51, 94-95
Calvin, John, 161, 188, 255
Canon, biblical, 1-3, 4, 5, 58, 126n.,178, 187-188, 189 f., 225-226
Childs, Bervard, 172, 173, 231 n.
Christian art, monotestamentalism of, 62
Christianity, primitive, 8--9, 32-33, 72, 78-79, 107, 109, 119-120, 122f., 132-- 134, 140-150
Christology, 9, 10, 104, 146
Church, the, 12-13, 21, 23 n., 30-31, 32,33, 40--41, 44-45, 47, 186f., 213, 219,225-227, 238; early (New Testament),4f., 54, 57f., 71, 103, 109, 159-160,167, 176, 243-244, 250 (see alsoApostles; Christianity, primitive);Fathers of, 31, 102-103; history of,4--5, 47, 150, 167, 226; Roman Catholic,106, 113, 244, 249
Community, Christian, 31, 41, 59, 78, 113, 190, 196, 213, 225, 262-263
Comte, August, 85-86
Conversion, 183

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