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eBook Walter Kasper’s Response to Modern Atheism: Confessing the Trinity (American University Studies) download

by Ralph N. McMichael


The development and pervasiveness of modern atheism as well as secularization poses an acute challenge to Christian theology. Theologians have either ignored this challenge or have sought to meet it in a variety of ways.

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American University Studies. Series 7: Theology and Religion. These books can be found in university library collections around the world. Walter Kasper’s Response to Modern Atheism. The books within this series include a broad range of topics within the categories of religion and theology. Divergent Traditions, Converging Faiths. Towards a Theology of God the Father. The Mystery of the Trinity in the Theological Thought of Pope John Paul II. Authentic African Christianity. Niebuhr, Hromadka, Troeltsch, and Barth.

Walter Kasper (born 5 March 1933) is a German Roman Catholic Cardinal and theologian. He is President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, having served as its president from 2001 to 2010. Born in Heidenheim an der Brenz, Germany, Kasper was ordained a priest on 6 April 1957 by Bishop Carl Leiprecht of Rottenburg. From 1957 to 1958 he was a parochial vicar in Stuttgart.

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The development and pervasiveness of modern atheism as well as secularization poses an acute challenge to Christian theology. Theologians have either ignored this challenge or have sought to meet it in a variety of ways. Throughout his theological career, Walter Kasper (1933-) has maintained that theology has the mutual tasks of exposition of the Christian faith and of responding to contemporary challenges to this faith. In his seminal work The God of Jesus Christ (1982), he argues that the proper Christian response to modern atheism is the confession of the Trinity. In making this response, Kasper begins to chart a course for all future Christian apologetics, for all efforts to give an account of Christian hope (1 Peter 3:15).