The “theologians” are proving their distance from the gospel almost every day. When you think it can’t get any worse, a new thesis comes along. God’s designations “Father, Lord, Creator” must be critically questioned today.
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The fact that the majority of scientists in the field of “theology” have little or nothing in common with the Word of God can once again be proven no better than the statement by the Catholic “theologian” Annette Jantzen on her ideas about God and how or as what God should be considered. “Christ in der Gegenwart” (“Christ in the Present”) is the name of a magazine first published in Freiburg, Germany, in 1948. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of this magazine, Jantzen promotes a modification of the image of God, as the Catholic News Portal reported.
The magazine “Christ in der Gegenwart” is an independent one, reform-oriented, national Catholic weekly magazine. Its focus is on ecumenism.
Away from patriarchal designations
According to Jantzen, the image of the “old, wise man” is still shaped when it comes to the idea of God. Too much would remain unsaid if people only thought and spoke of God in this way.God has no gender and therefore female names and attributes must also be used. It is important to question whether the “patriarchal designations such as ‘father’ or ‘lord’ or ‘creator'” are still up to date.
With this, the theologian from Aachen directly and “straightforward” denies the gospel. As a Catholic, she will probably refer to the highest of the Roman Catholic Church as “Father” or even “Holy Father”. But just the critical questioning of whether God can still be called “Father, Lord or Creator” is the denial of Jesus Christ as the Son of God. Jesus Christ always spoke of His Father. Even the Catholic priest sprinkles the prospective subjects of the “Codex Iuris Canonici” with the formula: “In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit”.
So that there is no list: Many of the evangelically oriented “theologians” are no better.
Rahner students as great role models
Since this view of the “theologian” was probably not enough for the anniversary of this “specialist magazine”, the Cologne theologian Hans-Joachim Höhn also had his say. When speaking about God, he pleads for “more poetry that becomes reverent and allows for uncertainties, questions and doubts”. Höhn relies on the theses of the theologian Johann Baptist Metz. He once advocated rebellious and radical tones in prayer and theology. The “religious deafness of the present” can only be overcome if one prays in poetic language and without chatter.
Such mystical views of Metz, who died in 2019, do not come from anywhere. He was a student of Karl Rahner SJ and also published all of his works. Karl Rahner, Jesuit, is described as one of the most important “theologians” of the 20th century. Rahner was instrumental in organizing the Second Vatican Council. Paul Francis Knitter was also one of Rahner’s able-bodied students. An American “theologian” who published the well-known book “Without Buddha I Could Not Be a Christian”.
The pioneers of modern spiritism
Rahner SJ, Knitter, Metz, Teilhard de Chardin SJ and consorts are the pioneers of today’s total apostasy of the gospel. They created alternatives in their mystical world views, which are known, among other things, as “New Age”. They are all based on spiritualism and occultism, as is the foundation of Roman Catholicism Church.
The Bible foretold this:
“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.” (2 Timothy 4:3-4)
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