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Dialog Und Dialektik: Zum Wissenschaftstheoretischen Gespräch Mit Heikki Räisänen

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The invitation to write a contribution to the Festschrift for Heikki Räisänen offers the possibility to continue the decades-run with him scientific discussion with the Finnish colleagues and intensify in a special way. This chapter dramatizes the briefly sketched hermeneutic situation in their vulnerability and declares what happened from different ways of thinking and happening dialogue with gloomy predictions as well failed. It is certainly not uninteresting facts, certainly a more significant fact that Heikki Räisänen and the author often, though not always, coincide in the analysis of texts, but almost always in fundamental respects, when it comes to questions of theological interpretations, in their opinion, differ. The New Testament contains widely Theological Statements which by its authors as are intended theological statements. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Heikki Räisänen; hermeneutic situation; theological interpretations; New Testament; theological statements



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