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‘n Pneumatologiese benadering tot die teologie

SJP Brand
Verbum et Ecclesia | Vol 28, No 2 | a113 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/ve.v28i2.113 | © 2007 SJP Brand | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 18 September 2007 | Published: 21 September 2007

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SJP Brand, Universiteit van Pretoria

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This article investigates the relationship between the subjective experiential side of faith and the objective rational side thereof. The two Theologians, Karl Rahner and John Calvin both propose, from different perspectives, a unity between rationality and experience. A Pneumatological approach emphasizes a theology of accountability and responsibility (teologie van verantwoording).  This theology acknowledges the importance of man’ s experience and man’ s search
for purpose and meaning. Furthermore, from a criptural point of view, God places man in various relational contexts. God expects responsibility/accountability towards Him, towards one’ s fellow man and the whole of creation. Man’ s response is initiated in prayer guided by the Holy Spirit. In fulfilment of his/her personal responsibility/accountability a sense of meaning and purpose is achieved. 

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