Der Glaube als freie Tat des Gehorsams Herkunft, Bedeutung und Problematik einer Denkfigur Rudolf Bultmanns - 10.1628/004435412800650891 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

Konrad Hammann

Der Glaube als freie Tat des Gehorsams Herkunft, Bedeutung und Problematik einer Denkfigur Rudolf Bultmanns

Volume 109 () / Issue 2, pp. 206-234 (29)

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With the definition of faith as a free act of obedience, Rudolf Bultmann tried to solve a problem which he felt hadn't been properly dealt with by Wilhelm Herrmann, Karl Barth and Friedrich Gogarten. This article shows the origin and the meaning of Bultmann's concept in its exegetical, systematic-theological and philosophical relations. Although the interpretation of faith as a free act of obedience is linked to terminological difficulties, it is able to emphasize faith as an act of God as well as an act of life by human beings (made possible by God).
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Konrad Hammann (1955–2020) Studium der Ev. Theologie in Marburg, Tübingen, München und Göttingen; 1980–81 wiss. Assistent in München; 1981–83 Vikariat in Verden/A.; 1984–91 Pfarrer in Schwalmbach-Trutzhain; 1988 Promotion; 1991–2003 Pfarrer in Göttingen; 1998 Habilitation; von 2003 bis zu seinem Tod Professor für Systematische sowie Historische Theologie und ihre Didaktik in Münster.