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Freude und Hoffnung 
Franz-Xaver Kaufmann / Karl Kardinal Lehmann / Franz-Josef Overbeck
Joy and Hope
The Church in today´s world and the relevance of the Council

Gaudium et spes, the Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, is one of the documents that resulted from the Second Vatican Council (1962–1965). It represented a »theological quantum leap» (Bishop Dr. Franz-Josef Overbeck), transcending the earlier opposition of Church and the world, affirming that the world is God’s good creation. Christians should not withdraw from the world, but instead have a hand in shaping it.

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Entleerte Geheimnisse 
Tiemo R. Peters
Mysteries Plumbed
The treasure of C Christian faith

In this keen reckoning with faith, Tiemo Rainer Peters grapples with key Christian mysteries including salvation, resurrection, and mercy. Without adapting them to popular trends or tastes, he follows them to the point where they surpass our comprehension and demand a new understanding.

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»Ihr aber seid ein priesterliches Volk« 
Ottmar Fuchs
»But You Are a People of the Priesthood«
A pastoral-theological interjection for confirmation and ordination

The laying of hands on a person is something special, not only within Christianity. Somehow a gift is bestowed in that moment, which simultaneously makes a function or role possible.

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Zeit ohne Ewigkeit 
Thomas Eggensperger / Ulrich Engel / Thomas Dienberg
Time Without Eternity
Life quality and burdens of the hectic human

Time management, work-life balance, and leisure time are red-hot topics that are trotted out to counter stress, burnout, and the omnipresence of digital media. Personnel managers, unionists, but also representatives of the church have to satisfy global demands and individual needs: only satisfied workers achieve the desired productivity, and only convinced employers are open to alternative models of work that allow for work-life balance, family leave, and sabbaticals.

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Dialog und Konflikt 
Martin Kirschner (ed.)
Dialogue and Conflict
Explorations of places of theological insight

Polarization and blocks to communication between different approaches to faith are a hallmark of our times. Theology must negotiate the multiplicity of different starting points in order to work with the various perspectives and frame conflicts productively to arrive at a differentiated dialogue that reveals the greater truth of God to all.

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Rom und die Ostkirchen 
Wilm Sanders
Rome and the Eastern Church
35 steps along the way to ecumenical rapprochement

»The schism of the Eastern and Western Churches, that unfortunate division that has lasted nearly a thousand years, came about primarily as a result of decisions made and actions taken by the Western Church,« is the provocative thesis of this book

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Schöpfung – eine Vision von Gerechtigkeit 
Andreas Benk
Creation: A Vision of Justice
What Never Was, But Still Could Be

Biblical creation texts are poems of hope, images of longing, as well as protest literature. They confront the prevailing conditions with a life-affirming utopia. As a result, one thing becomes clear: creation theology has radical consequences for life, education and politics.

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Kraft der Barmherzigkeit 
George Augustin
The Power of Compassion
Being Human from the Wellspring of Faith

By highlighting the theme of mercy, Pope Francis has focused our attention on the core of the Christian message. George Augustin, founding rector of the Cardinal Walter Kasper Institute, explores various aspects of mercy in its most essential context: the Christian faith is no foreign infiltration of humanity, but rather the ultimate wellspring from which people can draw in order to become and be human. God’s mercy, which always precedes our actions, is the motivation and the strength of a successful human existence.

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Der zerrissene Gott 
Ottmar Fuchs
God Torn Apart
The Trinitarian Image of God in the Tensions of the World

Tradition has conceived of Father, Son and Holy Spirit as a unity of three individuals who love each other. In this harmonious depiction, God is considered to be constant, incapable of suffering, and in the end, not impacted by human beings and history. But can this image of God still be meaningful in our broken and increasingly divided world?

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Dem Glauben trauen? 
Bernd J. Hilberath
Trusting Faith?
Encouragement

The Christians of the future will either be those that have experienced what keeps them firm in their faith, or they will no longer be Christians. This prediction of Karl Rahner’s is increasingly proving itself to be true over time. Being a Christian is made possible by experiences that lead us to faith, or reinforce our faith. To trust in faith also means trusting oneself and others, and ultimately, to place your trust in God.

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