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Augustine's Teaching on the Two Cities (Civitates) and Nigerian Society

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Augustine's Teaching on the Two Cities (Civitates) and Nigerian Society

A Reflection on Church-State Relations and its Pastoral Challenges

Leonard Oshiokhamele Anetekhai (Autor)

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ISBN-13 (Printausgabe) 9783736972797
ISBN-13 (E-Book) 9783736962798
Sprache Englisch
Seitenanzahl 278
Umschlagkaschierung glänzend
Auflage 1
Erscheinungsort Göttingen
Promotionsort Tübingen
Erscheinungsdatum 28.09.2020
Allgemeine Einordnung Dissertation
Fachbereiche Katholische Theologie
Philosophie
Schlagwörter A Prophetic Voice , Augustine, Christianity, Church and State, Citizenship, City of God, Civil Authorities, Civitas Dei, Civitas terrena, Common Good (Commonwealth), Community of Love, Earthly city, Education and Nation Building, Faith and Social Responsibility, Heavenly City, History, Human Dignity, Love (Caritas), Love of God and neighbour, Missionary activities, Nigerian Civil War, Nigerian Society, Political responsibility, Question of Justice, Religion and Politics, Respect for Creation, Respect for life, Sign of Hope, Social existence, Social Realities, Two Cities (Civitates), Eine prophetische Stimme, Augustinus, Christendom, Kirche und Staat, Staatsbürgerschaft, Gottesstaat, Zivilbehörden, Civitas Die, Civitas terrena, Gemeinwohl (Commonwealth), Gemeinschaft der Liebe, Irdische Staat, Bildung und Nationenbildung, Glaube und soziale Verantwortung, Himmlischer Staat, Geschichte, Menschenwürde, Liebe (Caritas), Gottes- und Nächstenliebe, Missionarische Einsätze, Nigerianischer Bürgerkrieg, Nigerianische Gesellschaft, Politische Verantwortung, Frage der Gerechtigkeit, Religion und Politik, Respekt vor der Schöpfung, Respekt für das Leben, Zeichen der Hoffnung, Soziale Existenz, Soziale Realitäten, Zwei Staaten (Civitates), hope, Christentum, Säkularismus, Moral, Glaube, Religionsfreiheit, freedom of religion, belief, Frieden, Glaubensgemeinschaft, religious community, Staatspolitik, Kirchenpolitik, Augustinus' Werke, church politics, Augustinus' Lehre
URL zu externer Homepage https://publikationen.uni-tuebingen.de/xmlui/handle/10900/42126
Beschreibung

Augustine’s creative and allegorical thought, in his City of God, on social life is one that provides citizens of the earthly cities, especially Christians, an opportunity to understand why and how they should contribute positively to public life through faith and social responsibility. Believing that human life is social, our human social existence must transcend and go beyond social, religious and political affiliations. This requires that individuals be good and upright in their social engagements as religious and political citizens. It also entails individual rights, duties and obligations, without excluding the fight against injustice, social vice, exploitation and power abuse within human society. These sets of values and the positive outcome thereof can only be achieved through love. This love is the driving force to social peace, a love which must promote order and justice within societal life. Irrespective of its heavenly orientation, these teachings are significantly context-bound, like every theological and philosophical endeavour that concerns and connects the human person to its earthly realities. Contextualising these concepts within human existence flows from a social, religious and political assessment. It tends primarily towards moral benefits and social norms that must not lose sight of the spiritual reality, which enlightens and build good moral conscience that impacts virtues and values in society.