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Theology for the Third Millennium: An Ecumenical View

Kung, Hans
Faith is defined as the knowledge and affirmation of the word of Christ, which is, however?and here the problems start?very quickly identified with the Church?s creed, with the confession of faith as it has evolved historically over a long period of time. This was now Barth?s approach, based on Anselm: Presuming that it is true: God exists, is one essence in three persons, became man, is now reflected on only insofar as all that is true. Thus Church Dogmatics (with the stress on Church), which was published after the Outline of Dogmatics, now becomes the Reflection on the Creed, as already recited and affirmed. And
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The Church?s preaching, like church dogma, have to be wholly concentrated on Jesus Christ, in whom, for believers, God himself?and not just an exemplary ?good person??has spoken and acted. Jesus Christ is the decisive criterion for all discourse about God and man.
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totally Other.? In the human testimony of the Bible we are dealing with God?s word, which the individual may recognize, realize, and confess. Man is therefore challenged to do more than engage in neutral observation and interpretation. He is called upon for penance, conversion, and faith, which always remains a risk. At stake here are man?s salvation and perdition.
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And so reflection on the original (authentic) or normative (canonical) has given unusually strong impulses to reform movements (which keep breaking out in all great religions): Religious re-formation as thinking one?s way back to the original form and at the same time re-novation as renewal for the future.
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As soon, however, as the history of the Church and theology begins, so to speak, to hobble behind world history, as soon as after individual (for the most part ?unchurchly?) precursors, society as a whole arrives at an epochal threshold and moves into a new paradigm, as soon as the persistence on the part of the Church and theology in the old paradigm leads to a separation from the general social and religious paradigm, then the situation becomes life-threatening for religion.
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This natural religious conservatism is set in motion quite deliberately by both political and religious rulers in order to preserve the status quo: which only serves as further proof how many ?questions of belief? are at bottom ?questions of power.?
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problematic symbols and rites that, as we know, can still be performed when they have completely lost their original meaning, when they have become incomprehensible or have been allegorically reinterpreted (consider the use of incense, certain signs, gestures, and garments in the liturgy).
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and above all their own power, with the aura of divine eternity and immutability
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great question of trust
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Thus proof comes only through devout humanity in life itself. For our problem this means that every religion is genuine, is true, insofar as it practically and factually gives proof of the ?miraculous power? to make a person welcome ?in the eyes of God and man.? Doesn?t this point of view, as clear as it is simple, spare us the trouble of posing the fatal question of truth?
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The basic norm of a critical ecumenical theology is the Christian message?which arises out of Jewish tradition?the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This primal and fundamental Christian testimony, as expressed in the Old and New Testament, is wholly focused on the living Jesus of history, who is also the norm and criterion for my quite personal Christian faith. The oldest Christian profession of faith reads simply, ?Iesous Kyrios? ?Jesus is Lord.? This means, not the emperor and not the pope, not the Church and not the state, not the Party and not the Leader, not money and not power, no, this person Jesus of Nazareth, insofar as he stands for God himself in his preaching and his conduct, his struggling, suffering, dying, and new life?God?s Image, Word, Son, Christ. Given our contemporary awareness of the problem, however, this faith in Jesus Christ has to be justified by theology through historico-critical research on Jesus and protected against misreadings from outside and inside the Church.
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The whole of theology must learn to think politically and practically. Thus a political-practical hermeneutics is demanded, one that critically opposes all attempts to politicize religion (as a means of legitimizing and stabilizing certain arrangements of power and domination).
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In Christ not only the difference between masters and slaves, Hellenes and barbarians, but also between men and women is ?sublated.? ? In a new paradigm of theology and the Church the further solidification of an inferior position for woman, and in particular the further denial of her churchly ordination, would be downright absurd (Carr).
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Denominational Christian traditions are not to be perpetuated, but to be received with a view toward what they contribute to an ecumenical community of all Christians.
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Women rightly demand the integration of women?s history into history itself: both as regards the history of the suppression of woman and the history of her activity and creativity in society, the state, and the Church throughout the centuries (Carr).
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that extent the new paradigm must be a ?paradigm of humanity? in the face of indescribable inhumanity, a paradigm profoundly stamped, penetrated by humanity, which, of course, is rightly grounded and founded only in God?s humanity, as shown in Jesus of Nazareth.
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trans-lation? of a historical message from the world of past experience into our present-day world of experience.
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Only when the Jewish-Christian tradition of experience, when even words like God, salvation, and grace are connected with our present-day experiences, can we experience for ourselves what was experienced in the Bible.
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So we need a theology that is both timely and appropriate.
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The primal and fundamental Christian testimony, as it has found expression in the Old and the New Testament Scriptures, is the basic norm of ecumenical theology. If the universal temporal and spatial horizon manifests the Catholic dimension of such ecumenical theology, then the orientation toward the primal and fundamental Christian testimony (the Gospel) manifests its Protestant dimension; and only in linking together the Catholic and Protestant dimension, blending Catholic breadth with Protestant depth, is truly ecumenical theology possible.
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Among the plural histories of suffering belongs the pain of millions of women, who have been dominated, beaten, raped, tormented, and destroyed through all the centuries of patriarchal predominance. Few developments in this century have shown so clearly the depth of the upheaval separating the old from the new paradigm as the new awareness by women of their identity, equality, and dignity. For this new women?s consciousness the old paradigm, as it has been handed down until today in the textbooks of theology, church history, and canon law, has simply collapsed (Carr, Schüssler-Fiorenza).
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Crises are an interruption in the usual connections in life and thought, so that in the Church and theology the world before and after is no longer the same.
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Against this background problems of identity and role-playing
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Not the world where ?all?s right,? in any event, but the real world in all its questionableness: with all its concrete conditions and natural catastrophes, with its concrete misery and all its pain. Animals and men in a struggle for existence: delivered up to emergence and extinction, ?eating and being eaten.? The
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The primary norm, the norma normans, which controls all other norms (including councils and the popes) is the primitive biblical witness.
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The original faith-testimony of this Christ Jesus forms the basis of Christian theology.
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Christian theology is interested in a profoundly historical truth.
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A new scientific truth tends to win acceptance not because its opponents become convinced and declare their conversion, but rather because the opponents gradually die out and the upcoming generation has already become familiar with the truth.?8
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rather a ?vote of confidence?:
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Not only in theology but also in science, in the light of the new model of understanding something like a conversion is demanded, though it cannot be rationally compelled. We are speaking now less about the initiator, the person who (on the strength of a sudden intuitive experience or of a long, laborious maturation process) proposes a new model, but rather of the ?receivers,? who have to decide for or against it. The representatives of the old and new model?this must not be underestimated?live in different worlds, different intellectual and linguistic domains. Often they can barely understand one another. Translation from the old language into the new one is necessary, but at the same time there must be a new conviction, a conversion.
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It was as if the ground had been pulled out from under one, with no firm foundation to be seen anywhere, upon which one could have built.?
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All in all this was an epochal new macromodel that lasted almost a millenium. The Greeks understandably have looked on it to this day with the greatest mistrust, even though the comprehensive and thoroughgoing patristic unity of reason and faith, philosophy and theology remained preserved.
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incarnation of God as man is the presupposition for man?s becoming God.
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the official helps, road signs, and guardrails on the way through the centuries, designed to protect the Church and the individual and of course the individual theologian as well from misunderstanding.
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theology from the perspective of Christian origins and the Christian center, against the horizon of today?s world.
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Meanwhile in our century it was getting increasingly clear that only one kind of theology?and I am speaking here primarily about systematic and particularly dogmatic theology?would be able to survive the future.
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double movement
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The foundations seemed to be established once and for all with all the defined and undefined traditional doctrinal elements.
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The innovators?they are the heretics, the enemies of the Church and often of the State. Seduced by Satan and their own doubts, stubbornly persisting in their pride and obstinacy, these unbelievers have come under the verdict of damnation, they must be persecuted with all means possible, defamed, and liquidated, if not physically any longer, then at least morally ?
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constant structures? in the various New Testament Scriptures: (1) a key theological and anthropological principle, (2) Christological mediation, (3) ecclesiological history and practice, (4) ecclesiological fulfillment.
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