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Biblia y helenismo

El pensamiento griego y la formación del cristianismo



Abstract

Greek philosophy and the formation of Christianity

The Bible and Hellenism provide the keys to understanding the birth of Christianity in the framework of the changes that occurred in the Jewish religion when it came into contact with Greek philosophy.
The first change took place after the death of Alexander the Great, in a time when the Jewish religion experimented utter transformations that affected human’s conception of the soul’s immortality and their resurrection, life in the other world and the system of rewards and punishments. The second change was precisely the birth of Christianity, which began as a Jewish sect, and in one hundred and fifty years it had already become an autonomous religion with its own Sacred Scriptures.
Did the thought of the Eastern Mediterranean pagan environment influence this distancing of the Judeo-Christians from their mother religion? Was Jesus himself influenced by the preaching of cynical philosophers? What is the place of the thought of Paul of Tarsus in the formation of the future religion? Did “the religions of the mysteries” influence the thinking of Paul or of some of his disciples? What is the historical place of Christianity within the religions of its time?
This book attempts to answer these questions, placing Christianity within the framework of the religions of the time, such as pre-Christian gnosis, the religious ideas of the Orphic and Neopitagorians, and the Iranian religion, which apparently had a great influence in Judaism and in Gnosis.

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Antonio Piñero (Chipiona, Cádiz, 1941) is emeritus professor of Ancient Greek Philology at the University Complutense of Madrid. He is an expert in linguistics and literature of the New Testament and primitive Christianism. He published and translated canonical and apocryphal texts of ancient Judaism and Christianism. He wrote various books about the early Judaism and Christianism of the first and second century AD.
He is internationally known and frequently collaborates with radio, television and internet broadcasts.

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El banquet amagat


Abstract

The present book is written in both a pastoral spirit and purpose. Priest Rovira explains that he observes a current tendency in our society in which the Christian message is received as an interesting narrative that is related to truth but is no longer perceived as the truth.
At least it doesn’t function any longer as a truth that executes such a strength, that it’s able to influence and take over our whole comprehension, our capacity to get to know and to love, that is able to truly engage the human being.
This book wants to modestly bring back parts of the probability of this original narrative.
The author invites us to follow his arguments following him through passages of the bible. The further we read, the more we discover the huge capacities of the Christian narrative to engage us, and to convince us of his absolute generosity.

As we read, we re-discover what faith really means: to believe in the existence of God and to understand that he constantly communicates with us. That he knocks at the door of our hearts waiting for us to open up and let him in.
The Christian life turns out to be a secret encounter with God. This is the last Supper: a hidden feast with the most intimate aspects of God,
A supper with Christ, in which he sits at the head of the table, being our servant. And his constant love is the meal of this banquet.

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Josep Maria Rovira Belloso (Barcelona, 1926) is graduated in Law at the University of Barcelona (1948) and post graduated with a PhD in Theology at the Pontifical Gregoriana University of Roma (1960).
After being ordained in 1953, the priest dedicated his whole life to the parochial actions.  
He was a senior professor at the Department of Theology of Catalonia (1964-1996), and member of various distinctive clerical boards.
As an appreciation of his theological and cultural path the Catalan government honored him with the cross of Saint George in 1999.
He is one of the principal representatives of modern Catalan theology and he published around one hundred articles and twenty books.

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El Evangelio de Marcos Vol. I

Análisis lingüístico y comentario exegético

Colección: Biblioteca Herder


Abstract

This commented edition in three volumes of the gospel of Mark represents the most profound, innovative and extensive commentary which the scientific exegesis has published so far.
The authors of this book worked directly on the text of the gospel, analyzing each passage using tools and methods of modern text interpretation and narratology.   
In their exegetic work the authors always considered the huge amount of implicit references to the Old Testament, being convinced that in the Old Testament lays the greatest key to a deeper understanding of the Gospel.  
This book is addressed to all kinds of readers. The intellectual reader, who has some knowledge of Greek, will have access to a huge amount of justifications and interpretations of the choices of translations, coming from around 300 classical philologists. The ordinary reader can ignore this scientific supplement and proceed directly to read the clear and rationally structured explications and interpretations of the text of Mark in the part of the book called «Reading».
The result of this current study is the discovery of a new and deep interpretation of the Gospel of Mark, offering unexpected and new aspects of this old text.

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Juan Mateos (Ceuta, 1917 – Malaga, 2003) was a Spanish Jesuit. He was an important theologian who innovated with his work the biblical exegesis. He had worked as a professor at various universities in the city of Rome. In 1980, he moved back to Spain and started to edit and publish his translation of The Bible. His comments on the New Testament have been during many years one of the main pillars of the theology of liberation as well as a theoretical ground for the grassroots movements of Christian socialism.   
Fernando Camacho Acosta (Melilla, 1946), priest of the diocese of Seville, graduated in Theology from the Pontifical University of Salamanca, took doctorate courses at the Pontifical Biblical Institute of Rome, doctoring in Theology in 1983 at the Pontifical University of Salamanca. He was until 2014 full professor of Synoptics and Biblical Christology in the Center of Theological Studies of Seville. Since 1977, he has been pastor of Our Lady of Guía de Camas (Seville).

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El Evangelio de Marcos Vol. II

Análisis lingüístico y comentario exegético

Colección: Biblioteca Herder


Abstract

This commented edition in three volumes of the gospel of Mark represents the most profound, innovative and extensive commentary which the scientific exegesis has published so far.
The authors of this book worked directly on the text of the gospel, analyzing each passage using tools and methods of modern text interpretation and narratology.   
In their exegetic work the authors always considered the huge amount of implicit references to the Old Testament, being convinced that in the Old Testament lays the greatest key to a deeper understanding of the Gospel.  
This book is addressed to all kinds of readers. The intellectual reader, who has some knowledge of Greek, will have access to a huge amount of justifications and interpretations of the choices of translations, coming from around 300 classical philologists. The ordinary reader can ignore this scientific supplement and proceed directly to read the clear and rationally structured explications and interpretations of the text of Mark in the part of the book called «Reading».
The result of this current study is the discovery of a new and deep interpretation of the Gospel of Mark, offering unexpected and new aspects of this old text.

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Juan Mateos (Ceuta, 1917 – Malaga, 2003) was a Spanish Jesuit. He was an important theologian who innovated with his work the biblical exegesis. He had worked as a professor at various universities in the city of Rome. In 1980, he moved back to Spain and started to edit and publish his translation of The Bible. His comments on the New Testament have been during many years one of the main pillars of the theology of liberation as well as a theoretical ground for the grassroots movements of Christian socialism.   
Fernando Camacho Acosta (Melilla, 1946), priest of the diocese of Seville, graduated in Theology from the Pontifical University of Salamanca, took doctorate courses at the Pontifical Biblical Institute of Rome, doctoring in Theology in 1983 at the Pontifical University of Salamanca. He was until 2014 full professor of Synoptics and Biblical Christology in the Center of Theological Studies of Seville. Since 1977, he has been pastor of Our Lady of Guía de Camas (Seville).

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El Evangelio de Marcos Vol. III

Análisis lingüístico y comentario exegético

Colección: Biblioteca Herder


Abstract

This commented edition in three volumes of the gospel of Mark represents the most profound, innovative and extensive commentary which the scientific exegesis has published so far.
The authors of this book worked directly on the text of the gospel, analyzing each passage using tools and methods of modern text interpretation and narratology.   
In their exegetic work the authors always considered the huge amount of implicit references to the Old Testament, being convinced that in the Old Testament lays the greatest key to a deeper understanding of the Gospel.  
This book is addressed to all kinds of readers. The intellectual reader, who has some knowledge of Greek, will have access to a huge amount of justifications and interpretations of the choices of translations, coming from around 300 classical philologists. The ordinary reader can ignore this scientific supplement and proceed directly to read the clear and rationally structured explications and interpretations of the text of Mark in the part of the book called «Reading».
The result of this current study is the discovery of a new and deep interpretation of the Gospel of Mark, offering unexpected and new aspects of this old text.

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Juan Mateos (Ceuta, 1917 – Malaga, 2003) was a Spanish Jesuit. He was an important theologian who innovated with his work the biblical exegesis. He had worked as a professor at various universities in the city of Rome. In 1980, he moved back to Spain and started to edit and publish his translation of The Bible. His comments on the New Testament have been during many years one of the main pillars of the theology of liberation as well as a theoretical ground for the grassroots movements of Christian socialism.   
Fernando Camacho Acosta (Melilla, 1946), priest of the diocese of Seville, graduated in Theology from the Pontifical University of Salamanca, took doctorate courses at the Pontifical Biblical Institute of Rome, doctoring in Theology in 1983 at the Pontifical University of Salamanca. He was until 2014 full professor of Synoptics and Biblical Christology in the Center of Theological Studies of Seville. Since 1977, he has been pastor of Our Lady of Guía de Camas (Seville).

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Deus ineffabilis

Una teología posmoderna de la revelación del fin de los tiempos

Colección: Biblioteca Herder


Abstract

Deus Ineffabilis. A postmodern approach to theology [Deus Ineffabilis. Una teología posmoderna de la revelación del fin de los tiempos]. God is ineffable. Learning to invoke him with hope, in postmodern society is the goal of this book. In times where systemic violence is everywhere, the question of the possibility of hope is pretty rare. This is the main thing in Deus Ineffabilis, where the theology sometimes finds interpreters in anthropology and the philosophy of history in the western world, From Hegel and Benjamin to Heidegger, Girard and Agamben. However this problematic admits some really interesting points if it´s analyzed from South, with an anti-systemic view from the power of poor in earth.  Hope is a vital, mythical, intellectual and moral bet, all at the same time. Hope is a virtue of the last days, that we live in today, important not only for the religious of any culture but also for those humans that wish a better future. The last and universal hope of release is only possible when someone feels “unconditionally loved for the ineffable otherness that we call God”. How to call him with hope is the objective of this book. Carlos Mendoza Álvarez (Puebla de los Ángeles, México) he is a Philosopher and Doctor in Theology from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He belongs to the spiritual tradition of the Order of Preachers and has oriented its research towards the confluence between the Christian faith and philosophical reason. He teaches philosophy and theology at the Iberoamericana University (Mexico City) since 2001 and has been a visiting professor in Switzerland, New York and Brazil. He is author and editor of almost 25 books, some of them are: Deus Liberans, la revelación cristiana en diálogo con la modernidad (1996) y Deus absconditus. Désir, mémoire et imagination eschatologique (2011) that with the present book are part of the trilogy about the idea of revelation in late modern context.  

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La Iglesia de los pobres en el Concilio Vaticano II


Abstract

 The Church of the poor in the Second Vatican Council [La Iglesia de los pobres en el Concilio Vaticano II]

The issue of poverty has had a poor reception in the post-conciliar Church, especially in the context of the first Western world. Often, the "Church of the poor" concept has been negatively associated with Marxism and has moved the event reconcile the Theology of liberation. However, we cannot talk about lack of sensitivity to poverty by the Council, as their passages are quite explicit about it. With the serenity that gives the elapsed time, the author presents and evaluates the conciliar texts and debates on the issue that, rescued from oblivion can become key to the Church of the twenty-first century. It also stimulates the fact of being in another ecclesial stage, marked by the pontificate of Pope Francis, who, with their genuine gestures and with your own choice of name, has highlighted the ecclesial urgency of the issue that the reader has in his hands.  

Joan Planellas i Barnosell (1955) is a priest of the diocese of Girona and a doctorate in theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He is vice dean and professor of Systematic Theology Faculty of Theology of Catalonia, where he teaches subjects Mystery of God and Ecclesiology. Also teaches at the Higher Institute of Theology of Religion Science of Girona.  

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Otra teología es posible

Pluralismo religioso, interculturalidad y feminismo

Colección: Biblioteca Herder


Abstract

Another theology is possible. Religious Pluralism, inter-culturalism and feminism [Otra teología es posible. Pluralismo religioso, interculturalidad y feminismo].

Religions, theology, spirituality, ethics and politics: these are the central themes of this book, which rethinks and reformulates the fundamental cores of the religions, especially Christianity. Juan José Tamayo attempts to respond to some of the challenges of our time: cultural diversity, religious pluralism, feminism, the new ecological awareness and the fight against poverty. He does so in an interdisciplinary dialogue, in the hermeneutic space of social movements working for "Another Possible World".
Religions can no longer create a universal discourse out of the Western world view. The wish to impose the concepts of equality and freedom that arose from the European Enlightenment resulted in intellectual imperialism. In order to avoid this, Tamayo incorporates the category of multiculturalism, going beyond inculturation of faith and multiculturalism to develop a new paradigm: that of the intercultural and interfaith theology of liberation with a gender perspective. This is where this book's originality lies.

Juan José Tamayo (1946) has a doctorate in Theology from the Pontificia University of Salamanca and a doctorate in Philosophy from the Autónoma University of Madrid. He is head of the Ignacio Ellacurí Department of Theology and Religious Sciences at Carlos III University in Madrid, is a lecturer in the Three Religions at the University of Valencia and a guest teacher at various universities in Latin America and Europe. He is also general secretary of the John XXIII Association of Theologians and a member of the Spanish Society of Religious Sciences and of the International Commission of the World Forum on Theology and Liberation. He contributes to many Latin American and European journals on theology, social sciences and sciences of religion. A key figure in Liberation Theology in Europe, he has published more than fifty works, many of them translated into several languages.


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Epub 16.99 €

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