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Összesen 36 találat. Ezen az oldalon a(z) 1 - 30 címek láthatók.
Gonda László --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 355-358 old.
Zamfir Korinna --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 345-348 old.

Doctor honoris causa címmel tüntették ki dr. Gánóczy Sándor emeritus professzort Kolozsváron.

Sógor Árpád --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 340-344 old.
Gaal György --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 306-336 old.

This study presents the life and activity of Sándor Berde (1856–1894). Berde was born in a little village in Seklers’ Land. He studied in and graduated from the Reformed College of Nagyenyed (Aiud). He continued his studies in Vienna, Jena and Basel. He became an adherent of the liberal theology having a predilection for scientific results instead of the old religious teachings. During his studies in Jena, he specialized himself in New Testament theology. After his return to Transylvania, he became the missionary minister of the parish in Kackó (Câţcău).

Petrov Anita --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 287-305 old.

This study deals with the life and works of minister, teacher and bishop Lajos Erőss (1857– 1911). The first part of the article focuses on his theological studies. In the second part, we address various aspects of his ministry in the church and his activity as a bishop.

Gánóczy Sándor --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 278-286 old.

Why is there such an interest among modern Christians, in particular Reformed and Lutheran theologians, for Jesuit spiritual exercises? My answer can only be hypothetical. But one thing is certain. The spiritual exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola have an immortal soul. Thus, despite the old-fashioned character of some of its parts seeking for a reformation, in its entirety, it is able to promise spiritual benefits to Christians in this modern world as well.

Erős Joó Béla --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 253-277 old.

Jesus refers to the Law when the Scribes and Pharisees accuse a woman of adultery: “the hands of the witnesses shall be the first raised against the person to execute the death penalty” (Deut 17,7). According to Károly Balázs, the word avnama,rthtoj ‘without sin’ used in the Gospel is etymologically related to ma,rturoj ‘witness’. If he is right, this might shed a new light on our interpretation of this pericope, as well as our view of sin in general. On the other hand, if there is no such relationship, the reference to the law raises the possibility of false witnessing.

Adorjáni Zoltán --- (111) 2018 | 253-358 old.

A Református Szemle az Erdélyi Református Egyházkerület, a Királyhágómelléki Református Egyházkerület, és Romániai Evangélikus-Lutheránus Egyház hivatalos teológiai folyóirata.

Adorjáni Zoltán --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 247-248 old.
Adorjáni Zoltán --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 245-246 old.
Benyik György --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 244-245 old.
Marjovszky Tibor --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 242-244 old.
Márton János-Miklós --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 224-242 old.
Maarten Johan Aalders --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 203-219 old.

Towards the end of 1918, the Kingdom of Hungary was close to a collapse. Diplomatic interventions of all kinds tried to prevent this, and the Protestant churches were also asked to intervene. The Hungarian churches sent a delegation to The Netherlands. Members of these delegations, among them Géza Antal and Jenő Sebestyén, spoke with a number of Protestant sympathizers, like A. Kuyper and H. Colijn. The Dutch Protestant churches issued a statement warning against the danger that was threatening the Protestants in Hungary. According to Antal they were the first to issue a warning.

Kolumbán Vilmos József --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 194-202 old.

This text edition presents the opinion of the Reformed bishop, Zsigmond Eperjesi, and the eparchial notary, Máté Keresztes, in the case of Samuel Endemann. As their documents make clear, the bishop and the eparchial notary were representatives of the orthodox Reformed church, and determined supporters of the creeds of the traditional Reformed church. The letter reveals that the investigation of Endemann was initiated by the leaders of the Reformed church.

Kulcsár Árpád --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 170-193 old.

This paper discusses the necessity of dialogue about the topic of creation among theology, philosophy and natural sciences. I argue that philosophy has a bridge-building role between theology and natural sciences. I aim to show why the mediation of philosophy cannot be neglected, and why a holistic approach in such an important theme as creation is necessary. I shall also invoke the ideas of László Ravasz (1882–1975) and point out that the synthesis which he argued for in his scientific papers is still useful today.

Béres Levente --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 133-169 old.

N. T. Wright’s approach to the historical-Jesus-debate throws a new light on the resurrection quest. In his view, the ultimate question of the ’resurrection research’ should be: what happened on that first Easter that has ultimately led to the early Christianity and its faith? Early Christianity’s answer is that Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified, has risen. Nobody was there on that moment and still, we have two historically secure indications: the empty grave and Jesus’ appearances.

Adorjáni Zoltán --- (111) 2018 | 133-248 old.

A Református Szemle az Erdélyi Református Egyházkerület, a Királyhágómelléki Református Egyházkerület, és Romániai Evangélikus-Lutheránus Egyház hivatalos teológiai folyóirata.

Vitus-Bulbuk István --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 103-120 old.
Szigeti Jenő --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 101-102 old.
Szigeti Jenő --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 100-101 old.
Ida Eldering, Jonckers Nieboer --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 98-100 old.
Koppándi Botond --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 93-98 old.
Székely József --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 90-92 old.
Hermán M. János --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 79-89 old.

Mrs. Csekefalvi Tamás Béláné recorded some valuable data concerning the pastoral care of hundreds of Reformed and Catholic people who became refugees in 1940, when they left their village Györgyfalva and fled to the nearby city of Kolozsvár/Cluj-Napoca. This Christian lady was also involved in cultural and social work which she pursued together with others, and so she organised the “Cultural Association for Refugees from Györgyfalva”.

Kolumbán Vilmos József --- In: Református Szemle --- (111) 2018 | 62-78 old.

This paper presents the apology of János Bodola, professor of Nagyenyed, accused of heresy in 1791. Like his accused associate, Bodola also dismissed the charge of heresy, but did not deny that theological thinking should be renewed. In his letter, he also rejected Arminian, Pelagian, and Universalist accusations, stood up to Samuel Endemann’s orthodoxy, and condemned the lack of consensus among the confessions.