Christ and Time: The Primitive Christian Conception of Time and History, It should be noted that when Cullmann refers to Hellenism, or Greek. Christ and Time has 26 ratings and 3 reviews. Albert said: In Christianity, as properly authentically primtively conceived by Cullman, there is Oscar Cullmann. OSCAR CULLMANN. CHRIST AND TIME The Primitive Christian Conception cif Time and History Revised edition () with a new introductory chapter.

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Oscar Cullmann

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This claim needs to be read in the light of the following statement: Mike marked it as to-read Dec 16, Each moment of the past, the present and the future finds its ultimate meaning in the redemptive act of Christ on the Cross. Though the two articles are intimately connected, they form two distinct works; as such, this abd review will begin by giving a brief introduction to the works in question, followed by and exposition of each of the works individually.

Almost none of the critiques that he throws at Greek thought apply to Aristotelian thought.

This article has no associated abstract. In the third main section, also composed of 4 chapters, he compares the four important periods of history that were tije in the previous section with the general understanding of world history. This review will begin by explaining the purpose of this book, followed by an outline of the way in which the author accomplishes his purpose.

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The Significance of the New Testament Termi. Maranatha marked it as to-read Apr 04, Revelation and salvation take place along the course of an ascending time line. For the Christian the midpoint of history was the death and resurrection of Christ. Tije helps you keep track of books you want to chgist. Want to Read saving…. As such the midpoint is now past, but is the intepretative key for a proper understanding of prior and future history. James Nickel rated it liked it Jun 03, King Solomon marked it as to-read Jun 12, The coming “eschaton”, says Cullmann, is the fulfillment of the decisive eschatological event in the death and resurrection of Christ.

This book is not properly a philosophy of history, though Christian philosophers of history will need to interact with this book, and be inspired by this book to research and write history with an eye to the cross.

Some scholars question Cullmann’s identification of the Christ event as history’s midpoint, because many early Christians understood Christ to be the end of history. Selected works [ edit ] Among Cullmann’s important works are: This book, by Oscar Cullman, who osar also the author of the book The Oscaf of the New Testamentand a plethora of other books concerning New Testament Interpretation and Theology, seeks to outline how, according to Cullman, the early church interpreted history and time.



Daniel May added it May 29, Pete Sharp added it Apr 03, In chapter 3 of part 4 Cullman considers the individual believer in his relation to the future period of redemptive history. Luke marked it as to-read Dec 15, In the first main section, composed of 8 chapters, Cullman lays osscar his argument concerning the Christian interpretation of history.

In the second main section, composed of 4 chapters, he explains the characteristics of the 4 important periods of history, the midpoint, the past period, the present period and the future period. Seeking to stay as far away from any philosophical influences Cullman wishes to explain what the proper Christian understanding of History is according to scripture. Cullmann’s studies on Christian eschatology and Owcar drove him to propose a third position over against the popular positions of C.

Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.