free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ë Jürgen MoltmannF preservation club to an active Kingdom building agent of reconciliation in the world Incredibly eye opening Brings a bold challenge to the traditional fundamentalist views on God s ustice and eternity Excellent book A must read for pastoral leaders seeking to Empower Congregations To Be A Community Of congregations to be a community of in the midst of society s bleakness This is an incredibly accessible presentation of Moltmann s theology of hope related in very personal terms He takes the reader on a ourney from the promise of childhood to the promise of new creation At times I felt that some sections related and connected to the #other material better than others however this can be expected when the #material better than others however this can be expected when the chapters grew out of various lectures By far the most fascinating sections are those dealing with life after death and the community of the living and the dead In the end his critical reflections on the traditional ideas about the final udgement hell and the restoration of all things draws is all together in a breathtaking vision of faith hope and love I picked this book as I possess very strong faith and wanted to expand upon
My Knowledge Of Christian Learningsknowledge of Christian learnings book however read too much like a textbook to me and covered a lot of topics where I lacked strong interest Not something that I would recommend unless you are a divinity student or a minister A minister gave me this book. Ith these but everything to do with new beginnings and a horizon of hope Three parts explore three particular beginnings birth childhood and youth rebirth failures and defeats and resurrection death udgment afterlife This brief volume promises to be one of Moltmann's most personal and compelling book. Not a traditional systematic theology textbook but for me That Made It Readable And made it readable and being said Moltmann s text leaves his evangelical readers with many uestions Some of these uestions are raised by omission eg what does Moltmann believe about the second coming of Christ The millennium The rapture and others come from his unorthodox views eg is penal substitution truly an inaccurate way of viewing the atonement Would acknowledgement of a community of ancestors constitute idolatry Should we consider the Final Judgment to be a corporate phenomenon Given these difficulties I would be extremely cautious to apply Moltmann s arguments to my own ministry or recommend this text to anyone who does not already have a firm grasp on orthodox eschatological beliefs The greatest strength of Moltmann s text lies in his rooting of his assertions in hope Because of the death and resurrection of Christ we Christians can find hope in our own future resurrection Because #OF THE FAITHFULNESS OF OUR GOD WE CAN CONFIDENTLY #the faithfulness of our God we can confidently forward to the future restoration of heaven and earth We can repent and believe knowing that the Kingdom of God is at hand Unlike many eschatology books Moltmann s book left me encouraged to hope in not be afraid of God s future plans for heaven and
earth Such an understanding of eschatology has the power to transform the Church from a doomsdaySuch an understanding of eschatology has the power to transform the Church from a doomsday sel. Explores the personal meaning of that fundamental affirmation for Christians Debunking the classic images of Christian apocalyptic scenarios the final struggle between God and Satan Christ and the Antichrist Armageddon Moltmann instead shows that Christian expectation of the future has nothing to do .
Many new ways of looking at things for me in this #book Eschatalogical hope Beautiful book on the brink of Universalism Behold #Eschatalogical hope Beautiful book on the brink of Universalism Behold make all things new Revelation In this little book Jurgen Moltmann tackles the ultimate uestions of what happens when we die and what does the future have in store for us It reads almost completely differently than his other books in that it is smaller easier to understand and in a lot of ways personal than a lot of what he has writtenMoltmann deals with the classic uestions and at the same time he of course approaches them with his normal styleThis represents some of the most accessible of Moltmann s writing and I won t discuss Moltmann s answers to these uestions This book will be mainly of interest to pastors and theologians It might be a worthile read for everybody who is facing the immortal uestionsGrade B I enjoyed reading Moltmann s book though it was nothing like I expected it to be Instead of reading an overly systematic theological treatise on eschatology I found myself enad with beautiful imagery of children redemption from catastrophe and hope for the restoration of the heavens and the earth Not once did I encounter terms like millennialism or dispensationalism Moltmann included plenty of scripture references but some of his most powerful arguments were reinforced by hymns personal anecdotes and historical references This book was. ''In my end is my beginning '' wrote T S Eliot and Jrgen Moltmann's new book is a powerful testament to personal hope in chaotic even catastrophic times As Moltmann's award winning volume The Coming of God laid out the systematic framework of eschatology the doctrine of the ''last things'' so here he.