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Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
2024Oldal: 439--440

MutatóEgyéb

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Éles Éva2024Oldal: 421--437

InterjúEgyébéletmű, életmű, lelkészi életpálya

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Kovács Sándor2024Oldal: 397--419

Through an exploration of the editions of the hymnal published in 1924 by Márton Pálffi, this study provides insight into the reverence for tradition surrounding the hymnal, as well as the arduous but unsuccessful efforts made by those aiming to rejuvenate it. Politics often encroached upon the life of the Church, evident in the evolution of the hymnal. The changes of political power and country borders, as well as the imposition of communist censorship, have also significantly influenced the Unitarian hymnal. Despite all efforts, errors persisted in editions published post-1989. This…

SzaktanulmányEgyháztörténeterdélyi unitárius egyház, énekeskönyv, unitárius énekeskönyvek

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Kolumbán Vilmos József2024Oldal: 381--395

The text above is the Regulations of the Reformed College Teachers drawn up in 1786 by the board of the College of Kolozsvár (Cluj). The 1780s heralded the era of educational reform, marked by the Habsburg Empire’s ruler mandating a centralisation of the educational system. In response, the Reformed Church of Transylvania embarked on an extensive overhaul of its collegiate structure and public education. These regulations were distinctive, echoing the spiritual heritage bequeathed by nobility and monarchs. Notably, they were exclusively designed for the youth of noble lineage, which likely…

SzaktanulmányEgyháztörténet erdélyi református egyház, Kolozsvári Református Kollégium, egyház és iskola, felvilágosodás, oktatástörténet, Habsburg Birodalom

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Ősz Sándor Előd2024Oldal: 367--380

Works of Protestant reformers in the collections of the Lutheran High School in Mediaș. Since 2018, our research has been conducted in the historical libraries of Transylvania, focusing on the works of fifteen Western European Protestant theologians, known as reformers, who were active in the 16th century. At the Lutheran Gymnasium library in Mediaș, we discovered 58 theological texts by these authors. This number is representative of the average size of the collections we have examined. Notably, three-quarters of the works we reviewed are attributed to just three of these authors: 19…

SzaktanulmányEgyháztörténetkönyvtörténet, olvasmánytörténet, erdélyi református egyház, erdélyi evangélikus-lutheránus egyház, Medgyesi Evangélikus Gimnázium

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Rezi Elek2024Oldal: 351--363

Moral evaluation of the goals and action of today’s climate protection groups. This study traces the evolution of contemporary climate protection movements, delineating their objectives and methodologies. Through a moral lens, I scrutinise the alignment between their ends and the means employed. The concluding remarks acknowledge the commendable aspirations of these collectives towards global climate preservation. However, it is highlighted that the tactics they resort to often veer towards counterproductive outcomes.

SzaktanulmányRendszeres teológiaökológia, környezetvédelem, erőszak, társadalmi mozgalmak

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Tallon Jonathan2024Oldal: 321--349

John Chrysostom uses military metaphors from Romans to help believers un-derstand their relationship with God and engage in spiritual warfare. He compares circumcision and baptism to expand their meaning. By likening body parts to weapons, he teaches that individuals choose whether to serve truth or sin. In this analogy, God is the commander, and believers are soldiers fighting sin, stressing obedience and trust. Chrysostom urges obedience to God akin to soldiers obeying their leader, connecting it with faith-based trust. Military imagery encourages ac¬tive participation in battling sin,…

SzaktanulmányRendszeres teológiabaptizmus, engedelmesség, militáns keresztyénség

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Juhász Tamás2024Oldal: 307--320

Do Christians need to be socialists? Karl Barth and socialism. In this article, the author deals with a “shadow side” of the life and work of Karl Barth. From the perspective of many Eastern and Central European people who have experienced “real” socialism, the right to ask the question posed in the title is evident. It examines under what influences Karl Barth’s inclination towards social democracy and socialism arose. Three circumstances are mentioned: 1. The traditional Swiss solidarity and social sensitivity for the cause of the weak and oppressed. Karl Barth received this sensitivity…

SzaktanulmányRendszeres teológiaszocializmus, kommunizmus, egyház és kommunizmus

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Horváth Levente2024Oldal: 297--206

The anthropological challenges and perspectives. of the missionary image of man, in particular on the pastoral vocation. In this study, we scrutinize whether the revolutionary changes in mission theology suggested by David Bosch three decades ago have indeed taken root in the distinct context of Transylvania, through a blend of theological and philosophical discourse. Simultaneously, we endeavor to make sense of the rapid transformation occurring globally and within our own borders, interpreting it through contemporary anthropological theory and aligning it with missiological insights. The…

SzaktanulmányRendszeres teológiaantropológia, missziológia, humanizmus, transzilvanizmus, pneümatológia

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Füsti-Molnár Szilveszter2024Oldal: 273--296

The paper discusses the challenges of Christian identity in a (post)modern context in relation to fundamental elements of theology. It explores the role of doctrines in the life of the church, emphasising their importance in relation to worship and the authority of the Word of God. The paper highlights the importance of corporate identity as Christian and Reformed, emphasising the significance of cultural identity in the context of Christianity. It addresses the question of what makes the church and the conditions of being a church, reflecting on the essence of Christianity.

SzaktanulmányRendszeres teológiaidentitás, identititásvesztés, vallásosság, hitvallásosság, népi vallásosság, ekkléziológia, krisztológia, posztmodern

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Visky Sándor Béla2024Oldal: 263--271

The objective of this study is not to provide an exhaustive theological analysis, but to explore the multifaceted implications—biblical, historical, theological, ecumenical, and ecclesiastical—that are essential for forming a well-rounded perspective on the contentious issue of rebaptism that has sparked considerable debate within our Church community.

SzaktanulmányRendszeres teológiakeresztség, anabaptizmus, újrakeresztelkedés

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Somfalvi Edit2024Oldal: 237--259

Bibliolog as scriptural interpretation. Modern “midrash” as a possible method in catechesis. This research delves into the bibliolog approach to interpreting the Holy Scriptures, a technique often termed as “modern midrash” and not widely recognised in Hungarian-speaking regions. Originating from America, bibliolog diverges from the European tradition of bibliodrama or Biblical drama, focusing instead on a narrative-driven method. It offers an immersive experience where individuals seeking to grasp the biblical narrative can simultaneously embody the roles of active participants and keen…

SzaktanulmányGyakorlati teológiahitoktatás (katechézis), bibliodráma, bibliolog, bibliamagyarázati módszerek

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Székely József2024Oldal: 219--235

Preaching as an instrument for teaching Christian doctrines. In the last three decades, Transylvanian society and church members have experienced a shift toward secularisation, particularly within the Reformed Church. This trend has made it difficult to engage with younger congregants drifting from organized religion. Despite this, there’s a vital need to re-emphasise Christian teachings, especially considering the current state of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Transylvania, where many lack a deep understanding of biblical and Reformed doctrines. Christian education should be more than…

SzaktanulmányGyakorlati teológiaigehirdetés (prédikáció), prédikáció műfajok, tanító igehirdetés, kátés prédikáció

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Koppándi Botond Péter2024Oldal: 189--217

Liturgical renewal attempts in the Unitarian church from the early 20th century to the present. This research examines the liturgical reform efforts within the Unitarian Church from the early 20th century to today. Analysis of relevant literature reveals a consistent call for renewal among ministers and parishioners, though translating this desire into action is fraught with challenges. The study concludes by highlighting essential components of successful liturgical renewal to guide and motivate those contemplating such changes.

SzaktanulmányGyakorlati teológia, Egyháztörténetliturgia, liturgia-történet, liturgiai reform, unitárius egyház

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Adorjáni Zoltán2024Oldal: 167--185

The hermeneutics of István Tőkés. Following the First World War, the theological stance of the Transylvanian Reformed Church underwent a significant shift. Faculty members at the Reformed Theological Faculty of Cluj-Napoca embraced a “confessional, biblical, constructive” approach, realigning with core Reformed principles, and subsequently, in 1925, they began to follow Karl Barth’s New Reformed theology. István Tőkés, a New Testament professor at the Protestant Theological Institute in Cluj from 1973 to 1983, was mentored by these teachers. This paper explores the evolution of Tőkés’…

SzaktanulmányÓszövetség, Újszövetség, Egyháztörténethermeneutika, hermeneutika történet, erdélyi teológia, Kolozsvári Protestáns Teológiai Intézet

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Éles Éva2024Oldal: 145--165

‘‘Your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion”. Diverse traditions in 1 Peter 5:8–9. The recent reevaluation of the Petrine epistles has significantly influenced the study of the interplay between text and tradition. Scholarly consensus suggests that the First Epistle of Peter is unparalleled in the New Testament for its reliance on tradition. This study explores the implications of this reliance, particularly in relation to 1 Peter 5:8–9. The paper aims to analyse the traditional depiction of the devil in 1 Peter, considering its significance and function within the text’s framework.

SzaktanulmányÚjszövetséghagyomány, sátán, gonosz1 Péter 5.8 - 9

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Geréb Zsolt2024Oldal: 127--143

Family and kinship. Who cares for the family’s concerns today? Practice obedience and love (in the family), for this is pleasing in the Lord (Colossians 3:18–4:1). In an era of secularisation, individuals have drifted from the familial narratives found in the Bible, prioritising personal over communal interests. This shift prompts theologians to consider how they might use Scripture to address contemporary ethical transformations. The early apologists offer a model for engaging with these changes, having adapted their teachings to the Hellenistic context while infusing them with Christian…

SzaktanulmányÚjszövetségcsalád, közösség, családetika, szeretet, felelősség

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Balogh Csaba2024Oldal: 89--125

“The one who believes in him will not be put to shame”. Reinterpreting Isaiah 28:15 in Romans 9:33 and 1Peter 2:6. This study delves into the meaning of Isaiah 28:15, examining its original context and subsequent interpretation in the New Testament, with a particular emphasis on the stone metaphor. The first part scrutinises text-critical and semantic issues, considering the Masoretic Texts alongside variant non-Masoretic readings. The latter section assesses the incorporation of the Isaianic text within two New Tes¬tament excerpts. This process is mediated through the Septuagint,…

SzaktanulmányÓszövetség, ÚjszövetségÓszövetség az Újszövetségben, Ószövetségi idézetek az Újszövetségben, újraértelmezés, bibliai hermeneutikaIsaiah 28.16, Róma 9.33, 1 Péter 2.6

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Czire Szabolcs2024Oldal: 75--87

Apostle Paul and the Scriptures. An overview of current research and the price of progress. Among Dezső Kállay's biblical studies, the letters of the apostle Paul appear with special emphasis. Paul’s interpretation of the Scriptures was deeply rooted in the active Scriptural tradition of his era, not isolated in hermeneutical vacuum. The Scriptures represented not just the written text but also its interpretation, thus the Israelites’ faith was likened to both a solid foundation and spiritual sustenance, as they “drank from the spiritual rock” (1 Cor 10:4). This study aims to map the key…

SzaktanulmányÚjszövetségPál apostol, páli szerzőség, kutatástörténet, Ószövetség az Újszövetségben, Ószövetségi idézetek az Újszövetségben

Studia Doctorum Theologiae Protestantis 2024
Papp György2024Oldal: 57--73

The Camel and the Eye of the Needle. This paper examines Jesus’ challenging statement in the Gospels about the rich entering the Kingdom of God, likened to a camel through a needle’s eye. We explore variations in this saying across the Gospels and consider interpretations aided by literary parallels from Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic sources. These examples highlight the “eye of a needle” as a metaphor for impossibility, contrasted with a large object like a camel or elephant. While the presented examples are post-biblical, the motif’s roots may be older. Regardless of the original animal (…

SzaktanulmányÚjszövetséghiperbola, üdvösségMáté 19.26, Márk 10.27, Lukács 18.27