Clifford Owusu-Gyamfi' Post

Pastoral fatigue–you can live with it

This article was first published in Ministry magazine (April 2006), an international journal for pastors of all faith.

You have been a successful pastor. In the years you have been in ministry, you have done everything possible to make your church the ideal one. You have spent several hours a day in preparing for the Sabbath sermon, and in turn you have received your congregation’s appreciation. After

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Moltmannian theology on the resurrection and hope

The resurrection and hope has been a conjoint theological theme that has dominated the studies of eschatology since the mid twentieth centuries. Considered as “one of the most influential of contemporary German protestant theologians, in the non-Western as well as the Western world, and in wider church circles as well as in academic theology”1 the father of the theology of hope, Jürgen Moltmann got public attention when

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Christological Theology of Hope

Christological studies or the doctrine of Christ, as known in theological discipline, focus on one man – Jesus Christ of Nazareth. This study, which is primarily Christ centered, respectively has a radical and broad eschatological implication on both faith and soteriological studies. That is, the Greek word “Christos” which is Hebrew “Meshacah” bears something more than just the story of historical Jesus. Jesus “christos” will denote a theological unique identification

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