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REFORMASI DAN MAKNA KEHIDUPAN SEKULER Jadi Lima
VERBUM CHRISTI JURNAL TEOLOGI REFORMED INJILI Vol 1 No 1 (2014): Verbum Christi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (386.791 KB) | DOI: 10.51688/vc1.1.2014.art5

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This article is a short historical survey of the emancipation of the meaning of non-ecclesiastical occupations and life ('secular life'), from the time of Eusebius to the sixteenth century Reformation. Here the theology of vocation proposed by Augustine of Hippo, Thomas Aquinas, Geert Grote of the Devotio Moderna, the Renaissance, Luther and Calvin, are being surveyed and analyzed, especially on their influences in the way people saw the 'secular life'. A special focus is given to the influence of Luther's and Calvin's theological views in elevating non-ecclesiastical life-spheres to be on the same level as respectable and as sacred as ecclesiastical life-spheres.?
TENTANG KERJA DAN PANGGILAN Jadi Lima
VERBUM CHRISTI JURNAL TEOLOGI REFORMED INJILI Vol 4 No 1 (2017): Verbum Christi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (798.549 KB) | DOI: 10.51688/vc4.1.2017.art4

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Dalam artikel ini penulis melakukan kajian pada aspek- aspek teologis, filosofis dan sosiologis dari pekerjaan untuk memahaminya secara Kristiani. Analisis ini akan dipakai untuk menyusun suatu usulan etika kerja Kristen yang dapat diterapkan pada zaman ini. Ada tiga sumber yang akan dipertimbangkan dalam mengulas etika kerja Kristen tersebut: alkitab, tradisi, dan situasi hidup modern.
PENGAMPUNAN DAN PERJANJIAN DALAM PEMIKIRAN HANNAH ARENDT Jadi Lima
VERBUM CHRISTI JURNAL TEOLOGI REFORMED INJILI Vol 1 No 2 (2014): Verbum Christi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51688/vc1.2.2014.art5

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According to Hannah Arendt, human capacity to forgive and to make and keep a promise, can be a better solution for the inherent predicament of action than the more popular paradigm of control. Platonic cure for the triple predicament of action is to substitute ‘making for acting’. This dangerous substitution can be traced in the use of metaphors originated in the process of fabrication in the political arena. This leads to alienation, oppression, domination, violence in the course of Western history. The pluralities and equalities of voices indeed lead to uncertainty of the future, hence a lost sense of control, but Arendt believes the power inherent in the human capacity to make promises and to forgive as a better option than substituting ‘making for acting’. This article will retrace the Judeo-Christian roots of Arendt’s thought, evaluate her use of the sources, and appropriate her insights to get a better understanding of the political situation in Indonesia.