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Religion Und Gewalt

Author : Kaspar von Greyerz
ISBN : 3525358679
Genre : History
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English summary: This volume reinforces historical research as well as methodological reflections on the relationship between religion and violence in early modern Europe. A systematic look at the close link between violence and religion in the pre-modern world illustrates the problems of violence today and the transformations it underwent before our time. German description: Dem Zusammenhang von Religion und Gewalt in der Moderne ist die Geschichtswissenschaft der letzten Jahre systematisch nachgegangen. Fur die europaische Geschichte der Fruhen Neuzeit hingegen sind bisher nur Einzelfragen untersucht worden. Dieser Band bietet nun eine Reihe von Perspektiven auf religios motivierte, legitimierte oder gedeutete Gewalt im fruhneuzeitlichen Europa. Analysiert werden Phanomene wie das Martyrium, die fruhneuzeitlichen Religionskriege, die Rolle der Inquisition, militante religiose Lieder und andere symbolische Formen der Gewalt, konfessionelle Zwange durch Autoritaten sowie individuelle Erfahrungen und Deutungen von Gewalt. Mit der systematisierenden Zusammenschau dieses Bandes erhalt die historische Analyse religioser Gewalt im fruhneuzeitlichen Europa wichtige Impulse.
Category: History

Keine Gewalt No Violence

Author : Roger J. Newell
ISBN : 9781532612824
Genre : Religion
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A study tour to Leipzig in the former East Germany (GDR) raised new questions for Roger Newell about the long struggle of the Protestant church with the German state in the twentieth century. How was it possible that a church, unable to stop the Nazis, helped bring a totalitarian government to its knees fifty years later? How did an institution marginalized in every way possible by the state education system, stripped of its traditional privileges, ridiculed by the government and the media as a dinosaur, become the catalyst for a transformation that enabled a great but troubled nation to be peacefully reunited—something unprecedented in German history? What were the connecting relationships and theological struggles that joined the church’s failed resistance to Hitler with the peaceful revolution of 1989? The chapters that follow tell the backstory of the theological debates and personal acts of faith and courage leading to the moment when the church became the cradle for Germany’s only nonviolent revolution. The themes that emerge remain relevant for our own era of seemingly endless conflict.
Category: Religion

Befreiung Von Gewalt Zum Leben In Frieden Liberation From Violence For Life In Peace

Author : Ulrich Duchrow
ISBN : 9783643129741
Genre : Church renewal
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This volume raises troubling questions about the heritage of the Reformation - with respect to the Peasants' War, the Anabaptists, Jews and Muslims. The authors come from different churches - Lutheran, Mennonite and Reformed. They analyze the limitations of the Reformation in their own historical context and offer constructive theological and ethical reflections to we achieve the challenges of global economic justice, the groaning earth of radical commitment to peace and inter-religious reconciliation.
Category: Church renewal


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ISBN : 3037221593
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Macht Und Gewalt

Author : Hermann Greifenstein
ISBN : OCLC:645769698
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Darkside Fotografische Macht Un Fotografierte Gewalt Krankheit Und Tod

Author : Urs Stahel
ISBN : PSU:000067094059
Genre : Art
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Following the survey of photographed sexuality and lust in Darkside I, the other end of the physical spectrum is illuminated: the intimate affinity between death and photography impairment, disease, degeneration, violence and death, pain, grief and loss. Recording death is, along with war reporting, one of photographys original tasks. Pictures of horror are often shocking and yet bestselling. They provoke questions about exploitation, complicity and power relationships in front of and behind the camera and in the photograph itself. Photography often provokes accusations that it aestheticizes misery, creating a
Category: Art