Theology

Nikolas Keitel

Ein Nein ohne jedes Ja?

Der protestantische Streit um den status confessionis im 20. Jahrhundert

[A No without any Yes? The Protestant Dispute about the Status Confessionis in the Twentieth Century.]

84,00 €
including VAT
hardcover
ISBN 978-3-16-161312-8
available
Also Available As:
Published in German.
How political can the church be? The relationship between politics and religion has always been a controversial one, and is something that comes to a head in major ethical debates. Nikolas Keitel treads the ideological paths Protestantism fought along after 1945 to examine the incisive ethical debates that still influence Protestantism and Germany to this day.
How political can the church be? The relationship between politics and religion has always been a controversial one, and is something that comes to a head in major ethical debates. Nikolas Keitel treads the ideological paths Protestantism fought along after 1945 to examine the incisive ethical debates that still influence Protestantism and Germany to this day.
Survey of contents
1. Einleitung
2. Die ‚Entdeckung' des status confessionis für das 20. Jahrhundert
3. Der status confessionis in der Debatte um die atomare Bewaffnung der Bundeswehr in den 1950er Jahren
4. Status confessionis und Apartheid in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren
5. Wieder wider die Atomwaffen? Der status confessionis und die Friedensfrage in den 1980er Jahren
6. Résumé
Authors/Editors

Nikolas Keitel Geboren 1989; 2009–16 Studium der Ev. Theologie in Göttingen, Rom und Heidelberg; 2016 Erstes Theologisches Examen; 2016–19 Wiss. Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Systematische/Reformierte Theologie (Universität Göttingen); 2019–22 Vikariat; seit 2022 Pastor der Ev.-luth. Landeskirche Hannovers.

Reviews

We have not yet received any reviews of this work.