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Luther and the gift, Risto Saarinen

Label
Luther and the gift
Title
Luther and the gift
Statement of responsibility
Risto Saarinen
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Dust jacket, back cover: In this book, Risto Saarinen studies Martin Luther's understanding of the gift and related issues such as favours and benefits, faith and justification, virtues and merits, ethics and doctrine, law and Christ. He shows that Luther both continues and criticizes the classical discusssions regarding the differences and parallels between gifts and sales
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Cataloging source
GRG
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Saarinen, Risto
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BR115.G54
LC item number
S24 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Spätmittelalter, Humanismus, Reformation =
  • Studies in the Late Middle Ages, Humanism and the Reformation,
Series volume
100
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  • Luther, Martin
  • Luther, Martin
  • Gifts
  • Generosity
  • Christian ethics
  • Christian ethics
  • Generosity
  • Gifts
  • Philosophy
Label
Luther and the gift, Risto Saarinen
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
"The present volume contains both hitherto unpublished papers and studies that have appeared elsewhere"--Preface, page v
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-314) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Gifts, presents and favours
  • The autonomy of doctrine
  • The passivity of reception
  • Conclusion
  • Luther and beneficia
  • Favours in the First lectures on the Psalms
  • The proper giving and receiving of favours
  • God's earthly and spiritual favours
  • Favours as God's mercy
  • Comparison with Seneca's De beneficiis
  • Preface
  • The allegory of things : Luther's use of allegoria rerum and metaphora rerum 1519-1521
  • Conventional metaphor
  • Medieval background
  • Second lectures on the Psalms
  • Against Latomus
  • In sinu patris : the merciful trinity in Luther's exposition of John 1:18
  • The bosom of the father
  • Psalm 73:11 in dictata super psalterium (1513-15)
  • Sermons and biblical expositions (1524-1538)
  • Disputations and other late writings (1536-1545)
  • Introduction
  • The systematics of Luther's expositions of John 1:18
  • Ipsa dilectio deus est. Martin Luther's use of Peter Lombard, 1. Sent. dist. 17
  • The scholastic background
  • Luther's marginal glosses to Lombard (1509-1510)
  • Criticism of scholastic theology (1515-1517)
  • Late disputations (1537)
  • Conclusions
  • Desire, consent and sin : the earliest free will debates of the Reformation
  • Augustine
  • Usingen
  • The aim
  • Luther
  • Eck and Karlstadt
  • Ethics in Luther's theology : the three orders
  • The division of ethics : three hierarchies or orders
  • The three orders as ordinationes dei
  • Prudence in Luther
  • Theological action
  • Conclusion : a covenant model in Luther's social ethics?
  • Weakness of will : Reformation anthropology between Aristotle and the Stoa
  • Akrasia in Aristotle and the Stoa
  • Earlier scholarship
  • Other introductory perspectives
  • Early Lutheranism
  • Early Calvinism
  • Conclusions
  • The heroic virtue in the Reformation and early Protestantism
  • Earlier research
  • Pre-Reformation sources
  • Luther and Melanchthon
  • Early Protestantism
  • Conclusions
  • The chapters
  • Renaissance ethics and the European Reformations
  • The Lutheran Reformation
  • The Calvinist Reformation
  • The Catholic reform
  • Theological shaping
  • Finnish Luther studies : a story and a program
  • The story
  • The program
  • The Pauline Luther and the law : Lutheran theology re-engages the study of Paul
  • The Lutheran Paul vs the new perspective
  • Historical issues
  • Participation in Christ : biblical scholarship, ecumenism and Luther studies
  • The Pauline Luther : counter-evidence to Westerholm's Luther
  • How radically different is the Christian alternative to the Mosaic law?
  • Do Christians remain permanently unable to fulfill the law?
  • Who is speaking in Romans 7? and what does the speaker not do?
  • Conclusion
  • Theology of giving as Comprehensive Lutheran theology
  • Strategies of doctrine and theology of giving
  • The giver-oriented perspective and its epistemology
  • Giving as the seed of comprehensive doctrine
  • Luther, humanism and Philosophy
  • Truth and love as the "transcendentals" of doctrine
  • Road maps and comprehensive theology
  • The language of giving in theology
  • Model one : the ditransitive construction
  • Model two : "give" as basic verb
  • Givers, recipients and beneficiaries : Seneca
  • Recipients and beneficiaries in forensic justification
  • Passive reception
  • Receving the gift mere passive
  • Justification as a comprehensive event
  • New scholarship
  • Passivity and freedom
  • Reclaiming the sentences : a linguistic loci approach to doctrine
  • Propositions and sentences
  • The loci
  • The model
  • Exegetics
  • Acknowledgements
  • Bibliography
  • Index of names
  • Index of subjects
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 323 pages
Isbn
9783161549700
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)991590544
  • (OCoLC)ocn991590544
Label
Luther and the gift, Risto Saarinen
Publication
Copyright
Note
"The present volume contains both hitherto unpublished papers and studies that have appeared elsewhere"--Preface, page v
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-314) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Gifts, presents and favours
  • The autonomy of doctrine
  • The passivity of reception
  • Conclusion
  • Luther and beneficia
  • Favours in the First lectures on the Psalms
  • The proper giving and receiving of favours
  • God's earthly and spiritual favours
  • Favours as God's mercy
  • Comparison with Seneca's De beneficiis
  • Preface
  • The allegory of things : Luther's use of allegoria rerum and metaphora rerum 1519-1521
  • Conventional metaphor
  • Medieval background
  • Second lectures on the Psalms
  • Against Latomus
  • In sinu patris : the merciful trinity in Luther's exposition of John 1:18
  • The bosom of the father
  • Psalm 73:11 in dictata super psalterium (1513-15)
  • Sermons and biblical expositions (1524-1538)
  • Disputations and other late writings (1536-1545)
  • Introduction
  • The systematics of Luther's expositions of John 1:18
  • Ipsa dilectio deus est. Martin Luther's use of Peter Lombard, 1. Sent. dist. 17
  • The scholastic background
  • Luther's marginal glosses to Lombard (1509-1510)
  • Criticism of scholastic theology (1515-1517)
  • Late disputations (1537)
  • Conclusions
  • Desire, consent and sin : the earliest free will debates of the Reformation
  • Augustine
  • Usingen
  • The aim
  • Luther
  • Eck and Karlstadt
  • Ethics in Luther's theology : the three orders
  • The division of ethics : three hierarchies or orders
  • The three orders as ordinationes dei
  • Prudence in Luther
  • Theological action
  • Conclusion : a covenant model in Luther's social ethics?
  • Weakness of will : Reformation anthropology between Aristotle and the Stoa
  • Akrasia in Aristotle and the Stoa
  • Earlier scholarship
  • Other introductory perspectives
  • Early Lutheranism
  • Early Calvinism
  • Conclusions
  • The heroic virtue in the Reformation and early Protestantism
  • Earlier research
  • Pre-Reformation sources
  • Luther and Melanchthon
  • Early Protestantism
  • Conclusions
  • The chapters
  • Renaissance ethics and the European Reformations
  • The Lutheran Reformation
  • The Calvinist Reformation
  • The Catholic reform
  • Theological shaping
  • Finnish Luther studies : a story and a program
  • The story
  • The program
  • The Pauline Luther and the law : Lutheran theology re-engages the study of Paul
  • The Lutheran Paul vs the new perspective
  • Historical issues
  • Participation in Christ : biblical scholarship, ecumenism and Luther studies
  • The Pauline Luther : counter-evidence to Westerholm's Luther
  • How radically different is the Christian alternative to the Mosaic law?
  • Do Christians remain permanently unable to fulfill the law?
  • Who is speaking in Romans 7? and what does the speaker not do?
  • Conclusion
  • Theology of giving as Comprehensive Lutheran theology
  • Strategies of doctrine and theology of giving
  • The giver-oriented perspective and its epistemology
  • Giving as the seed of comprehensive doctrine
  • Luther, humanism and Philosophy
  • Truth and love as the "transcendentals" of doctrine
  • Road maps and comprehensive theology
  • The language of giving in theology
  • Model one : the ditransitive construction
  • Model two : "give" as basic verb
  • Givers, recipients and beneficiaries : Seneca
  • Recipients and beneficiaries in forensic justification
  • Passive reception
  • Receving the gift mere passive
  • Justification as a comprehensive event
  • New scholarship
  • Passivity and freedom
  • Reclaiming the sentences : a linguistic loci approach to doctrine
  • Propositions and sentences
  • The loci
  • The model
  • Exegetics
  • Acknowledgements
  • Bibliography
  • Index of names
  • Index of subjects
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
x, 323 pages
Isbn
9783161549700
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)991590544
  • (OCoLC)ocn991590544

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