AUC THEOLOGICA
AUC THEOLOGICA

AUC Theologica is a peer-reviewed journal for theology published twice a year. As we publish original papers in English, German, French, and Italian, our mission is to serve as a platform both for Czech researchers, who can present their research results in these languages, and for international contributors, who are invited to enter the academic theological discussion in the heart of Europe.

The journal focuses on a wide range of theological disciplines, such as systematic theology, biblical studies, patristic studies, pastoral and spiritual theology, religious education, church history, etc. Within these fields, the journal seeks to reflect the current theological questions and problems, which often requires interdisciplinary approaches. Supporting the intersection of various theological disciplines, we thus also welcome theological papers touching other academic fields including philosophy, sociology, literary studies, and science.

Each issue consists of two sections. The thematic section presents papers of the same focus. The section called ‘Varia’ invites papers dealing with various theological themes from the perspective of all Christian traditions. Our current and past issues are approachable for free on this website in the form of Open Access.

AUC THEOLOGICA, Vol 7 No 2 (2017), 57–74

Zjevení a teologický obrat v teologii

[The Revelation and the Theological Turn in Theology]

František Štěch

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14712/23363398.2017.19
announced: 18. 02. 2018

abstract

During the last decade or two, there has been only a small number of theological texts published in the Czech milieu dealing explicitly with the notion of Christian revelation. Therefore, this text aims to stimulate the domestic debate on revelation and suggest a few basic thoughts indicating some contemporary possibilities of thinking about this theme. In general, revelation is approached from the perspective of fundamental theology. The first part briefly summarizes the vast spectrum of theological attitudes towards revelation developed in the 20th century. In this quick tour, the late Cardinal Dulles is our guide. The second part elaborates on revelation as a symbolic mediation and symbolic resonance. These principles introduce the third and the last part of this study suggesting a theological turn in theology, which must be the turn towards fundamental theology and consequently also towards revelation.

keywords: Revelation; Christianity; Theology; Fundamental Theology; Symbolic Mediation; Symbolic Resonance; Theological Turn

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ISSN: 1804-5588
E-ISSN: 2336-3398

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