Ministerial Consciousness: A Biblical-spiritual Study
The question of this study consists in three elements: spirituality, the priest and service. The task at hand is to relate these three terms to see how service enters the spirituality of the priest. If one were to tag the over-all type of work, evidently it must be called a work of spirituality, a theological work on the spiritual life of the priest viewed under the aspect of service. But the decision to treat a question as a question of spirituality does not, as in other theological fields, allow for an immediate inception of the work. The question of method in spirituality must be raised briefly, since a universally accepted notion of the task and therefore the method of spirituality does not exist. Spirituality means first of all, apart from its use to describe a scientific or theological field, a living reality. Considerable discussion has been raised precisely on this point in the last dozen years: what is an adequate notion of spirituality?
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THE PRIEST AND SERVICE
Exposition of Particulars
F The Redactional Thematic and Theological Perspective
E Exposition of Particulars
F Relationship to the Marcan Tradition
Significant Patterns of the Gospel
General introduction to part three
A Systematic Presentation of Service in the Gospels
THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION ON MINISTERIAL
The Inner Dynamics of Ministerial Consciousness
Autres éditions - Tout afficher
action apostolic Aramaic authentic auton autou basis Bultmann Bunnik categorical activity Christ Christian Christological Church concern conclusion context death diakonia diakonon dimension disciples dokeo doulos dounai ten psuchen dynamics of ministerial ecclesial elements eschatological eucharistic Evangelium example exegetical experience of Jesus expression Father follows footwashing Grand Rapids Hermann W historical humin Ibid indications inner dynamics interpretation Jeremias Joachim Jeremias John kai ho Karl Rahner kathos Lord Lucan Luke lutron Marcan Mark Matthew meaning meidzon minister ministerial activity ministerial consciousness ministry motif movement noted notion of service parallel passage pattern present priest priesthood priestly question reality references relationship sacramental saving service saying Scripture self-giving Servant service of Jesus service-awareness serving significant specific spirituality TDNT teaching Testament theological reflection tion tradition trans understanding unit Vatican Vatican II verse words words of institution Yahweh Yves Congar