In the End--The Beginning The Life of Hope

ISBN-10: 0800636562

ISBN-13: 9780800636562

Edition: 2004

Authors: Jurgen Moltmann, Margaret Kohl

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List price: $23.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers
Publication date: 5/5/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Geza Vermes was a religious scholar who became one of the "essential translators and a vocal advocate for their broad dissemination" of the Dead Sea Scrolls, according to the New York Times. Until his death, he was a Professor Emeritus of Jewish Studies and Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, but continued to teach at the Oriental Institute in Oxford. He was born on June 22, 1924, in Hungary and died on May 8, 2013, after a recurrence of cancer. He was 88.

Introduction
There is a Magic in Every Beginning
The Promise of the Child
The Mystery of the Child: Some Perspectives
The Messianic Child
Jesus and Children: The Revaluation of Values
Hope Which Shines Out for Everyone in Childhood
Does the Future Belong to the Young?
The Modern Discovery of Youth
The German 'Wandervogel' Youth Movement
The Hitler Youth
Consumer Children
The Future Makes Us Young
In my End is My Beginning
New Beginnings in Catastrophes: Biblical Catastrophe Theology
Personal Experiences
The Flood and the Covenant with Noah: An Archetypal Image of the End of the World
Israel's Catastrophe and the Beginning of Judaism
The Golgotha Catastrophe and the Beginning of Christianity
Catastrophes of the Modern World: An End without a Beginning?
Deliver Us from Evil: God's Righteousness and Justice and the Rebirth of Life
Critical Reservations about the Traditional Theological Interpretations of the Doctrine of Justification
The Cry for Justice
God Is Just when He Brings about Justice
Jesus Christ--God's Righteousness and Justice in the World of Victims and Perpetrators
The Resurrection of Christ with the Victims and Perpetrators of Evil
The Right of Inheritance of God's Children
The Justification of God
The Spirituality of the Wakeful Senses
'Could You Not Watch with Me One Hour?'
Spiritual Paralyses Today
Praying and Awakening
'Watchman, What of the Night?'
The Living Power of Hope
The Reasonableness of Hope
The Sin of Despair
O Beginning Without Ending ...
Is There a Life after Death?
Is Death the Finish?
What Is Left of Life? Are We Mortal or Immortal?
Where Are the Dead?
The Future of the Life Cut Short and Spoiled
Mourning and Consoling
Experiences of Life and Death Today
Only Love Can Mourn
Mourning and Melancholia: A Discussion with Sigmund Freud
Consolation and the Rebirth to Life
The Community of the Living and the Dead
The Ancestor Cult
Hope for Those Who Have Gone Before
Prayers for the Dead?
The Culture of Remembrance
What Awaits Us?
What Awaits Us at the Last Judgement?
Does Hell Threaten?
Is There Salvation for the Dead?
'The Restoration of All Things'
Eternal Life
What Are We Asking About?
How Can Human Life Become Eternal?
The Time of Eternal Life
The Place of Eternal Life
Will the Life We Have Lived Be Preserved in Eternal Life?
What Can We Know about Eternal Life?
Notes
Earlier Publications Relating to the Subjects Treated Here
Index
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