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Luther and the gift /

Risto Saarinen.

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Author: Saarinen, Risto
Published: Tübingen, Germany : Mohr Siebeck, [2017]
Series: Spätmittelalter, Humanismus, Reformation ; 100.
Topics: Gifts - Religious aspects - Christianity. | Gifts - Religious aspects - Lutheran Church. | Generosity. | Christian ethics. | Gabe | Theologie | Luther, Martin, 1483-1546 - Philosophy. | Luther, Martin 1483-1546
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490 1 |aSpätmittelalter, Humanismus, Reformation =|aStudies in the Late Middle Ages, Humanism and the Reformation,|x1865-2840 ;|v100
500 |a"The present volume contains both hitherto unpublished papers and studies that have appeared elsewhere"--Preface, page v.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 301-314) and indexes.
505 00|gPreface --|gIntroduction --|tThe aim --|tEarlier scholarship --|tThe chapters --|tHistorical issues --|tLuther, humanism and Philosophy --|tNew scholarship --|tGifts, presents and favours --|tThe autonomy of doctrine --|tThe passivity of reception --|tConclusion --|tLuther and beneficia --|tFavours in the First lectures on the Psalms --|tThe proper giving and receiving of favours --|tGod's earthly and spiritual favours --|tFavours as God's mercy --|tComparison with Seneca's De beneficiis --|tThe allegory of things : Luther's use of allegoria rerum and metaphora rerum 1519-1521 --|tConventional metaphor --|tMedieval background --|tSecond lectures on the Psalms --|tAgainst Latomus --|tIn sinu patris : the merciful trinity in Luther's exposition of John 1:18 --|tThe bosom of the father --|tPsalm 73:11 in dictata super psalterium (1513-15) --|tSermons and biblical expositions (1524-1538) --|tDisputations and other late writings (1536-1545) --|tThe systematics of Luther's expositions of John 1:18 --|tIpsa dilectio deus est. Martin Luther's use of Peter Lombard, 1. Sent. dist. 17 --|tThe scholastic background --|tLuther's marginal glosses to Lombard (1509-1510) --|tCriticism of scholastic theology (1515-1517) --|tLate disputations (1537) --|tConclusions --|tDesire, consent and sin : the earliest free will debates of the Reformation --|tAugustine --|tUsingen --|tLuther --|tEck and Karlstadt --|tEthics in Luther's theology : the three orders --|tThe division of ethics : three hierarchies or orders --|tThe three orders as ordinationes dei --|tPrudence in Luther --|tTheological action --|tConclusion : a covenant model in Luther's social ethics? --|tWeakness of will : Reformation anthropology between Aristotle and the Stoa --|tAkrasia in Aristotle and the Stoa --|tOther introductory perspectives --|tEarly Lutheranism --|tEarly Calvinism --|tConclusions --|tThe heroic virtue in the Reformation and early Protestantism --|tEarlier research --|tPre-Reformation sources --|tLuther and Melanchthon --|tEarly Protestantism --|tConclusions --|tRenaissance ethics and the European Reformations --|tThe Lutheran Reformation --|tThe Calvinist Reformation --|tThe Catholic reform --|tTheological shaping --|tFinnish Luther studies : a story and a program --|tThe story --|tThe program --|tThe Pauline Luther and the law : Lutheran theology re-engages the study of Paul --|tThe Lutheran Paul vs the new perspective --|tParticipation in Christ : biblical scholarship, ecumenism and Luther studies --|tThe Pauline Luther : counter-evidence to Westerholm's Luther --|tHow radically different is the Christian alternative to the Mosaic law? --|tDo Christians remain permanently unable to fulfill the law? --|tWho is speaking in Romans 7? and what does the speaker not do? --|tConclusion --|tTheology of giving as Comprehensive Lutheran theology --|tStrategies of doctrine and theology of giving --|tThe giver-oriented perspective and its epistemology --|tGiving as the seed of comprehensive doctrine --|tTruth and love as the "transcendentals" of doctrine --|tRoad maps and comprehensive theology --|tThe language of giving in theology --|tModel one : the ditransitive construction --|tModel two : "give" as basic verb --|tGivers, recipients and beneficiaries : Seneca --|tRecipients and beneficiaries in forensic justification --|tPassive reception --|tReceving the gift mere passive --|tJustification as a comprehensive event --|tPassivity and freedom --|tReclaiming the sentences : a linguistic loci approach to doctrine --|tPropositions and sentences --|tThe loci --|tThe model --|tExegetics --|gAcknowledgements --|gBibliography --|gIndex of names --|gIndex of subjects.
520 8 |aDust 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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