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Abschied vom Opfertod 
Meinrad Limbeck
Farewell to Sacrificial Death
Christianity Reconsidered

Jesus died on the cross for the atonement of our sins – for centuries this conviction has defined the faith of many Christians, as have the doctrine and liturgy of the Church. But can Christianity as a religion of love really be based on such a sacrifice and obtain its meaning from this event? According to the New Testament, Jesus came not to die, but rather to preach the uplifting gospel of the kingdom of God.

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An die Peripherie gehen 
Margit Eckholt
Going to the Margins
In the footsteps of Jesus as a poor man – from the Second Vatican to Pope Francis

In 1965, at the end of the Second Vatican Council, Council theologian Karl Rahner spoke of “the beginning of a beginning” that the council would signify for the Catholic Church and its new self-determination at the end of modernity and in the global age.

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An Gott als Person glauben? 
Christian Kummer
Believe in God as a Person?
A Forensic Study

God is a person – a statement of faith firmly anchored in the Christian understanding of God. But what does this statement mean? What can it mean today in an era characterised by scientific thinking? Christian Kummer addresses precisely these burning questions. He sees the perception that every experience of reality, even the experience of a belief in God, takes place in dialogue as an interplay of aspirations and answers

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Auf das Vor-Zeichen kommt es an 
Bernd Jochen Hilberath
It’s All About the Signs
On the Basis of Christian Hope

“I’ve never been to Santiago, and hopefully my life’s journey won’t end so soon, but occasions to think about what sustains me in this life are becoming more frequent.”

Bernd Jochen Hilberath finds an answer to this fundamental question of human existence in the hope that all people will achieve the goal of life. For him, this possibility comes from the idea that God pronounced his healing ‘yes’ as a sign for the life of every single human being.

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Bei den Menschen sein 
Bernd Jochen Hilberath
Being With the People
The Last Chance for the Church

These days, many people experience church as an institution far removed from life that no longer has anything to do with the things most important to them. Can a church like that, one that comes across to people mainly as a hierarchy, have any future at all? Or will it continue to be less and less relevant for people’s lives?

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Credo 
Hubert Philipp Weber
Credo
Understanding the Apostles´Creed

Today, people who identify as Christian are often questioned and challenged. Believers in conversation with atheists or people of other faiths must know the ins and outs of Christianity.
This book explains the Apostles’ Creed, which contains the central testimonies of the faith, step by step, making it interesting not only for Christians, but also for those who may be interested in Christianity in a more objective way.

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Dem Glauben trauen? 
Bernd Jochen 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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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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Deuter der christlichen Existenz 
Helmut Zenz (ed.)
Interpreter of Christian Existence
Obituaries - Memories - Tributes: Romano Guardini on the 50th Anniversary of His Death

For many of his contemporaries, Romano Guardini was an important philosophical teacher, spiritual master and companion in the youth, liturgical and cultural movements in preparation for the Second Vatican Council. This is impressively documented in this volume by the collected obituaries, memories and tributes. In addition to Cardinal Döpfner and Auxiliary Bishop Tewes, a selection of more than twenty personalities once again speak out to reconstruct the reputation that Guardini had in the public sphere at the time of his death.
He died in the call of wisdom, but is also described as a »pious and righteous man among the peoples« and an »untiring champion for reconciliation among religions, a forerunner of modern theology.«

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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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