Un interviu cu Kevin Vanhoozer

Kevin Vanhoozer

Marius Cruceru ne semnalează pe blogul său un excelent interviu cu Kevin Vanhoozer, unul dintre cei mai interesanţi şi mai creativi teologi evanghelici din generaţia media, apărut recent pe excelentul blog al lui Justin Taylor numit Between Two Worlds. A Mix of Theology, Philosophy, Politics, and Culture.

Vanhoozer a plecat recent de la Trinity International University, pentru a  deveni Blanchard Professor of Theology la Wheaton College Graduate School.

Pentru a vă ispiti să citiţi acest interviu, vă redau mai jos un scurt fragment:

First, I find that the imagination is a vital ingredient in my sanctification. I need to keep the big biblical picture (creation-fall-redemption-consummation) in mind as I attempt to live day by day, minute by minute, as a follower of Jesus Christ who desires above all to have one’s thought and life correspond to the gospel. To do that, I have to keep the gospel story (together with its presuppositions and implications) in mind, and I have to connect my story to that of Jesus. That requires imagination.

Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

2 thoughts on “Un interviu cu Kevin Vanhoozer”

  1. Misterioase sunt caile Domnului 🙂

    Am citit interviul desi era suficient textul extras aici si am constatat ca pe durata a 3-4 zile am invatat cateva lucruri legate de acelasi subiect de la o scriitoare atee britanica, un profesor de filosofie agnostic din Tokio si acum de la un teolog.

    Daca scriitoarea a prezentat devierea crestinismului in ultimii 300 de ani de la trairea crestina la mitologie (logos to mythos), profesorul m-a ajutat sa descopar ca ceea ce cred nu e bazat pe ratiune si nici pe emotii ci pe intuitie (asta i-am zis eu), teologul de fata mi-a dechis orizontul si am adaugat la intuitie imaginatia.

    Thanks

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