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Äh – welche Perspektive?

9. September 2009

Zur Zeit stelle ich Material zu einer Arbeit über die Heilslehre des Paulus zusammen. Grundsätzlich fühle ich mich dabei der New Perspective on Paul verbunden, ohne dass ich die Erkenntnisse der Altvorderen über Bord werfen wollte. Wenn ich jetzt so die einst gelesenen Bücher durchgehe, dann findet sich da so manches Kleinod, welches einmal mehr deutlich macht, dass die Grenzen längst verschwommen sind. Als Beispiel mag Peter Stuhlmacher dienen, der in seiner Kritik an der New Perspective beispielsweise schreibt:

For the apostle, the righteousness of God, the Christ of God, the people of God and the kingdom of God all belong inseparably together. … Romans 4:25 and 8:34 give a wide eschatological span to christology: on Good Friday, Christ was delivered up to death by God, and since Easter he makes his death effective before God‘s judgment throne on behalf of all who confess him as Lord (cf. Rom 10,9-11). If they remain true to him, he remains their advocate until the final judgment so that nothing and no one will be able to separate them from the love of God shown them in Christ Jesus (cf. Rom 8:38-39). … By confessing Christ as Lord and Savior (cf. Rom 6:17 with 1Cor 15:3-5 and Rom 10:9-10) and by being baptized in his name, the baptized gain a share in his death on the cross and in the power of his new life. Through Christ‘s sacrifice they are freed from slavery to sin and are sanctified. Henceforth they are his property and are placed in the service of righteousness, which is God‘s will. Justification and sanctification are bound together and condition each other. … Justification means the establishment of a new being before God (cf. 2Cor 5:17,21). Therefore, the controversial and (…) much discussed distinction between „imputed“ righteousness (which is only credited to the sinner) and „effective“ righteousness (which transforms the sinner in his or her being) cannot be maintained from the Pauline texts. Both belong together for the apostle. … Therefore, justification by faith alone is justification by virtue of the grace of God alone, which opens to people the saving way of faith and gives them the power to live this way by the Holy Spirit. … The Pauline doctrine of justification is the doctrine about the implementation of God‘s righteousness through Christ for the entire creation. Its goal is the establishment of the kingdom of God. This doctrine therefore shows in its own way both that and how God will bring the first and second petitions of the Lord‘s prayer to their fulfillment (…).

Aus: Peter Stuhlmacher, Revisiting Paul‘s Doctrine on Justification: A Challenge to the New Perspective, 52.59.60.62.65.73.
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