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a Lutheran theologian in Germany (1884-1976)

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Separando en la Escritura los hechos de los relatos, Bultmann llega al fin a esta desesperada conclusion: <<En la Escritura la figura del Jesus historico se aleja siempre de nosotros>> (p.
Fergusson holds that the most referential aspect in Bultmann's radical interpretation of the rise of the Christian faith was a profoundly non-historical event.
The species diversity of lichens on siliceous rocks is higher than on any other substrate (BULTMANN, 2010).
For Bultmann, it is faith at the individual-existential level that gives the reader access to Paul's "understanding of human existence" (Existenz-verstandnis).
Schreiber's problematic translation of works like The Sickness Unto Death were the sources through which Barth, Brunner, Bultmann, Tillich, Heidegger, Jaspers, and Adorno came to know Kierkegaard (294-95), which raises a major question for research.
Bultmann's life was not an easy one financially or academically.
Rudolf Karl Bultmann (20 August 1884 - 30 July 1976) was a German Lutheran theologian and professor of New Testament at the University of Marburg.
Rudolph Bultmann once described our sacred writers as people who had glimpses of the "other side," but wrote for people "on this side."
Smith, he does not follow Bultmann in suggesting that the tensions within Johannine Christology can be explained by locating the various aspects in different sources; he nevertheless finds that Bultmann's observations about these tensions must be faced in present research.
His guide is to the Bible and in 407 pages of text he has over 2,000 entries which include individuals, customs (like burials), Biblical scholars (like Rudolf Bultmann), sources of religious texts (like the Dead Sea Scrolls)), geographical fixtures (like the valley of Gehenna), items (like honey), or religious terms (like Judah or the Samaritans).
Far from constituting a religion consisting of nothing but words, according to Kamau Brathwaite, "the word or name carries a power to change reality, to transform life, for nommo ['name' or 'word,' verbum in Bantu] is itself the life force flowing through all things, that effects changes in things in and through the words that name those things." One is reminded of Rudolph Bultmann's statement that, for Christians, whatever may have happened historically, the resurrection of Christ that matters takes place in the kerygma, the proclamation of that resurrection.
But in regard to the search for good (sometimes personified as God), he was more liberal in defending the value of symbols, parables, and myths "as legit' mate modes of existential insight." In, deed, he argued against the "demythologizing" theology of Rudolf Bultmann, which he regarded as a reductive--and unreasonable--form of rationalism.
Bultmann, se sentia tambien muy vinculado con sus otros colegas de Malburg: Heidegger, Gadamer, etc.