Theology of Rudolf Bultmann Author:Charles W. Kegley This is an analysis of Rudolf Bultmann and his ideas that are recognized as essential to an undentandin, of modern Christian thought. Beginning with Bultmann 's autobiographical reflections, it moves on to evaluations of his work by other , world-famed theologians. — Bultmannís thought faces such bold challenges as: Has he baptized certain philos... more »ophical forms'? Why is he seemingly lacking in social concerns? Does his thought furnish an authentic theological formulation? What is his doctrine of the church? How are theology and philosophy related?
Sixteen theologians elicit from Bultmann a candid and illuminating Reply in which he reveals himself as. to quote Schubert M. Ogden. ". . . not only the contemporary theologian par excellence, but . . . The contemporary theologianís theologian par excellence. "
There is a comprehensive bibliography of the publications of Rudolf Bultmann from 1908 to 1963, which will prove invaluable to professors and students of theology.« less