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Mikrokosmos Förvaltare och Skapelsens Integritet, Den Teologiska Antropologin i Kyrkornas Världsråds JPIC-process med särskild hänsyn till skapelsens integritet

Brander, Bo LU (2001)
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Syftet med avhandlingen är att diskutera de två antropologiska koncepten mikrokosmos och förvaltare var för sig i anslutning till Kyrkornas Världsråds så kallade JPIC-process, där JPIC står för ”justice”, ”peace” och ”the integrity of creation”, samt att slutligen med hjälp av en teologisk korrelationsmetod relatera de båda koncepten till varandra. Inledningskapitlet beskriver denna JPIC-process som väsentligen drevs mellan generalkapitlen i Vancouver 1983 och Canberra 1991. I avhandlingen är det processens tredje tema, det om skapelsens integritet som står i förgrunden, beskrivs och också utsätts för en kritisk analys. I kapitel tre och fyra diskuteras konceptet förvaltare, först i det tredje... (More)
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Syftet med avhandlingen är att diskutera de två antropologiska koncepten mikrokosmos och förvaltare var för sig i anslutning till Kyrkornas Världsråds så kallade JPIC-process, där JPIC står för ”justice”, ”peace” och ”the integrity of creation”, samt att slutligen med hjälp av en teologisk korrelationsmetod relatera de båda koncepten till varandra. Inledningskapitlet beskriver denna JPIC-process som väsentligen drevs mellan generalkapitlen i Vancouver 1983 och Canberra 1991. I avhandlingen är det processens tredje tema, det om skapelsens integritet som står i förgrunden, beskrivs och också utsätts för en kritisk analys. I kapitel tre och fyra diskuteras konceptet förvaltare, först i det tredje kapitlet som ett antropologiskt koncept med allmän pastoral tillämpning och med rötter i de protestantiska kyrkorna på 1800-talet, därefter i kapitel fyra som ett koncept relaterat till det mänskliga ansvaret för skapelsen inom ramen för Kyrkornas Världsråds JPIC-process. I detta sammanhang uppmärksammas särskilt den kanadensiske teologen Douglas John Hall som är den som gjort koppling förvaltare - skapelse så självklar. Kapitel fem och sex ägnas på motsvarande sätt mikrokosmoskonceptet. I kapitel fem beskrivs skillnaden i begagnandet av konceptet mellan de kappadociska fäderna. Gregorius av Nazianz använder konceptet explicit när han utlägger Genesis 2:7. Gregorius av Nyssa förhåller sig avvisande till det explicita användandet av konceptet, men delar Gregorius av Nazianz implicita nyttjandet av den mikrokosmiska föreställningen i sin antropologi. I kapitel sex diskuteras mikrokosmoskonceptet inom ramen för JPIC-processen. Särskilt uppmärksammas Paulos Gregorios (Paul Verghese) teologiska antropologi, därefter behandlas de gemensamma ortodoxa antropologiska bidragen till den ekumeniska JPIC-processen. I kapitel sju föreslås en korrelation mellan koncepten förvaltare och mikrokosmos och tre dimensioner i denna korrelation anges: en ekologisk, en bibelteologisk och en pastoralteologisk. (Less)
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The aim of this dissertation is to discuss the two theologic anthropological concepts microcosm and steward within the World Council of Churches project called the JPIC-process - their JPIC stands for justice, peace and the integrity of creation - and to relate the two anthropological concepts to each other using a theological correlation method. After an introduction the JPIC-process, which officially took place between the General Assembly in Vancouver 1983 and the General Assembly in Canberra 1991 is described with special concern for the third sub theme the integrity of creation, and also critically analysed. In the two following chapters the concept of steward is discussed, first as a common pastoral theological concept mainly with... (More)
The aim of this dissertation is to discuss the two theologic anthropological concepts microcosm and steward within the World Council of Churches project called the JPIC-process - their JPIC stands for justice, peace and the integrity of creation - and to relate the two anthropological concepts to each other using a theological correlation method. After an introduction the JPIC-process, which officially took place between the General Assembly in Vancouver 1983 and the General Assembly in Canberra 1991 is described with special concern for the third sub theme the integrity of creation, and also critically analysed. In the two following chapters the concept of steward is discussed, first as a common pastoral theological concept mainly with roots in the parish life of North American protestantic churches during the nineteenth century, and then as a concept related to the concern for creation in the JPIC-process. A main part of chapter four explore Douglas John Hall´s use of the concept in relation to creation. Thereafter the concept of microcosm is discussed. Chapter five makes clear that there is a difference between the cappadocian fathers in using the concept. Gregory of Nanzianzus makes it a central concept then he is elaborating Genesis 2:7. Gregory of Nyssa reject an explisive use of the concept but he fully agrees with Gregory of Nanzianzus about the implicit understanding of the microcosm idea. In chapitel six the microcosm concept is discussed within the JPIC-process, first in the writongs of Paulos Gregrorios and then in the contributions to the JPIC-process from the Orthodox Churches. In chapitel seven a correlaton between the concept of microcosm and steward with three dimensions is suggested and described, one ecological, one bible theological and one pastoral dimension. (Less)
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History of the Christian church, Kristen teologi (allmän, integrity of creation, creation, stewardship, steward, microcosm, anthropology, ecology, environment, ecumenic, sustainability, World Council of Churches, JPIC, Douglas John Hall, Paul Verghese, systematisk och praktisk), Paulos Gregorios, systematic and practical Christian theology, General, Kristna kyrkans historia
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Bo Brander, Kastanjegatan 19 D, 224 56 Lund, SWEDEN,
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2001-05-30 14:00
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