La trilogie Christ-Salut-Église, clé herméneutique de l'ecclésiologie de J.-M. Tillard : enjeu du débat sur la sacramentalité de l'Église
|Authors:||Mobiala Ngamana, Jean|
|Abstract:||The richness of the theology of J.-M. Tillard called several readings. You can access either from a key concept from a particular theological perspective that would be the core. Thus, the entry door is sometimes the concept of communion, the Eucharist, ecumenism, etc. It is in this context that is born our questioning: Would there not be another entry in the theology of J.-M. Tillard? This issue focuses on his Ecclesiology which is the own field of our doctoral research. How to understand the Ecclesiology of J.-M. Tillard? Thus, this work postulates the passage of Christology in Ecclesiology by Soteriology. These three disciplines are therefore linked in the tillardienne ecclesiology. This link is extensively discussed in the teaching of Tillard more than in its monographs. It is as well that his teaching remains a vital means for the understanding of its ecclesiology. This research is structured in six chapters. After the presentation of our main source (school) which is unknown by many theologians, our present work the dynamic interrelationship between Christology, Soteriology and Ecclesiology in the theology of Tillard. So emerges the question of the instrumental nature of the church next to the salvation by Christ and appreciated variously by the Christian churches, particularly by Lutheran theology. It is the understanding of the notion of sacrament to talk about the church adopted by Vatican II and received in the post-Conciliar theology that has been debated. We examined in particular the controversy between the Tillard Catholic and Lutheran Birmelé. Key words: Christology, communion, Ecclesiology, Eucharist, sacramental nature, Salvation, Soteriology, J.-M. Tillard.|
|Document Type:||Thèse de doctorat|
|Open Access Date:||24 April 2018|
|Collection:||Thèses et mémoires|
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