Teologinen Aikakauskirja 3/2010 (115. vuosikerta)

Artikkelit: 
Tuomo Mannermaa
Eeva Martikainen in memoriam

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193-194
Päivi Pöyhönen
Kenen vastuulla vanhukset? Kirkon vanhustyön kehitys hoivan vastuunjaon muutoksissa

s.: 
196-208
Abstract: 
The Elderly – Whose Responsibility? The Role of the Church in the Context of Transforming Care — In Finland, church social work already covers certain public sector tasks, and its importance has increased in re-cent years. The state-centred welfare model is struggling to provide enough care for the elderly, and the central government is redirecting resources and emphasizing the importance of the family. This article discusses how church social work concerning the elderly has developed in relation to changes in society and the generation contract.
Matti Myllykoski
Elkhasain kirja itäisessä kristikunnassa

s.: 
209-227
Abstract: 
The Book of Elchasai in Eastern Christianity — The Book of Elchasai and the baptist sect that used it was much better known in eastern Christianity than in the West. Origen describes the influence of the Elcahasaites in mid-3th century Palestine. Epiphanius, by contrast, discusses Jewish and Christian movements in Palestine and Transjordania in his extensive heresiology, including the adherents of Elchasai. The Elchasaites had a curious kind of Christology, and their adherence to law, astrological practices and ritual baptisms in particular were an interesting and unusual trend among eastern Christian sects.
Jussi Koivisto
Voiko pahan valita? Syntiinlankeemuksen tulkinta varhaisessa luterilaisuudessa

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228-248
Abstract: 
Is it Possible to Choose Evil? The Interpretation of the Fall in Early Lutheranism — The Fall of mankind, depicted in chapter 3 of Genesis, is one of the best known Biblical stories in the Christian tradition. Early Lutherans emphasized that the Devil was the actual cause for the fall and that the first humans were his victims. This article discusses in detail how this notion developed between 1535 and 1580. The article also presents new and radical approaches to chapter 3 of Genesis and early Lutheranism.
Katsauksia ja keskustelua: 
Martti Ahtisaari
Euroopan unionin valtiot ja kirkot rauhantekijöinä

s.: 
249-253
Pauliina Kainulainen
Aika arvioida valistuksen ja materialismin perintö

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254-258
Ulla Lehtonen
Lähi-idän uskontohistorian tutkimuksen polttopisteitä Kristinuskon ja juutalaisuuden juuret -kirjan valossa

s.: 
259-265
John Vikström
On kyse enemmästä: Suhtautuminen naispappeuteen raamatullisuuden mittarina

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266-275
Kirjallisuutta: 
Kirjallisuutta

  • Ulla Appelsin. Lapsuus lahkon vankina: Leevi K. Laitisen tarina (Esko M. Laine)
  • Józef Trypućko. The Catalogue of the Book Collection of the Jesuit College in Braniewo held in the University Library in Uppsala (Tuija Laine)
  • Heikki Pihlajamäki, Virpi Mäkinen & Jussi Varkemaa. Keskiajan oikeushistoria (Jyrki Knuutila)
  • Brian Schultz. Conquering the World: The War Scroll (1QM) Reconsidered (Hanna Vanonen)
  • Dorothea Wendebourg. Essen zum Gedächtnis: Das Gedächtnisbefehl in den Abendmahlstheologien der Reformation (Risto Saarinen)
  • David Bundy. Visions of Apostolic Mission: Scandinavian Pentecostal Mission to 1935 (Mika Vähäkangas)
  • Steve Monsma. Healing for a Broken World: Christian Perspectives on Public Policy (Markky Ruotsila)
  • Steven Shakespeare. Kierkegaard, Language and the Reality of God (Olli-Pekka Vainio)

 

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276-288