Todos esos predicados afirman: "El es nuestra esperanza" Col 1, No quieren ir a la zaga de la realidad, sino precederla. Se nos llama justos; y, sin embargo, el pecado habita en nosotros. Pero de tal modo que no por ello quede suprimida o pasada por alto la realidad opresora.
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Moltmann defines the doctrine of Eschatology as doctrine of the Christian hope, which embraces both the object hoped for and also the hope inspired by it The eschatological is not one element of Christianity, but it is the medium Overview: Rather than placing it in a section at the end of his theology, Moltmann re-positions the doctrine of Eschatology at the center of his [A] Theology of Hope.
The eschatological is not one element of Christianity, but it is the medium of Christian faith as such, the key in which everything in it is set. Another major theological theme of Moltmann concerns further how he views the self-revelation of God. While Moltmann affirms God as revealed in Jesus Christ, he rejects other theologians views of God transcending time and places God and Jesus Christ within time as pointing toward a future reality.
One of the central major theological themes in Moltmann and the heart of his work focuses on the resurrection of Jesus Christ as the starting point of his eschatological-focused theology. However, for Moltmann, the resurrection of Jesus Christ is not an actual historical event. Rather, he re-defines history and reality, as well as applies a Hegelian dialectical tension between the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in which the resurrection of Jesus Christ ushers in a new eschatological reality.
Another major theological theme of Moltmann concerns his discussion on the kingdom of God. For Moltmann, the kingdom of God does not concern a separate world. Rather, his eschatological kingdom of God is a transformation of this world into a better place, utilizing social Gospel and somewhat Marxist tones, as well as not a clear distinction between the present reality and future fulfillment since he brings the future to today in his concept of hope.
Such a view is in contrast with a biblical view of Eschatology. La speranza escatologica diventa una forza motrice della storia a favore delle utopie creative dellamore per luomo sofferente e per il suo mondo imperfetto, muovendosi verso il futuro sconosciuto, ma promesso, di Dio. Those who wade through the tedium and persevere to the end will be not be disappointed.
Jürgen Moltmann en sus noventa años
Teología de la esperanza
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