Dogma TIC

dogma TIC is (systematic) the representation of the Christian faith teachings in the exit of its dogmas and with fundamental reference to the holy writing as well as the faith development (tradition), trainingofficial announcements, the scientific theology and the sense of faith of the Gläubigen. The representation thathistorical development of the dogmas is the subject of dogma history.

Dogma TIC is apart from the fields of activity of the Christian ethics (theological ethics and/or. Moral theology as well as Christian social ethics and/or. Christian social teachings) and - katholischerseits - fundamental theology (Apologetik) subsectionsystematic theology.

To table of contents


important subsections (treatises) of dogma TIC are:

as well as additionally in catholic theology:


in theological dogma TIC does not go it around attributing a training building to few principles. Rather it concerns to develop the whole of revealing and the Christian faith which however related to individual central faith truths in the understanding at least thatcatholic and orthodox theology in the training decisions (dogmas) to the church to today obligatory expression found. In theology it concerns therefore always also the reason, development and interpretation of these training decisions.

Similarly the term can also inPurchase on other sciences to be used. So right dogma TIC is for instance the attempt of a systematic development and representation of the valid right. Similarly the use of the term “dogma TIC is possible "" in the economics.

To differentiate the term of dogma TIC is toone of that the deductive or more closely axiomatic method, in which on the basis of few basis statements (axioms) other theorems or conclusions are derived. On the other hand of the Dogmatismus, an attitude of mind, the uncritically determined convictions (” dogmas “in the transferred sense)as unhinterfragbar and so the liberty of thinking and advancement of the science hold handicapped. Dogmatismus is a danger of all sciences. Within all ranges of human knowledge” dogmas “can develop, whose analysis is rejected as unwanted and problematic, and which thatProgress, in the sense of a resuming scientific penetration, obstruct.

The spectrum more systematic-theologically and/or. dogmatischer statements is naturally very broadly varied. Without prejudice to the community in the apostolischen or nicaenischen Glaubensbekenntnis there are nevertheless both konfessionelle differences (Evangelist, catholic, orthodox theology) and differenttheological schools (fundamentalist, conservatively, evangelikal, liberally, dialectically, existenzial, toolistic, release-theologically etc.), which offer different interpretations.


as examples of training statements developed in Christian dogma TIC are aforementioned the following basic dogmas of the Christian faith:

  • It exists a pure spirit nature, God.
  • This pure spirit nature is the creator of the world and the life on earth.
  • This God intervened at least three times directly on earth:
    • as Erschaffer of the earth
    • as Jesus Christ and
    • as (with?)Author of the Bible.
    • Some mean also, it is only as creators actively (clock-Mach-amused), other one however is convinced, it constantly intervene in the world happening.
  • God became in the person Jesus humans.
  • Jesus is by a virgin receipt-sneezes witnessed, diedand up-arose from the dead ones.
  • There is a devil - also a pure spirit nature - who wishes and does only bad.
  • Humans are sündig.
  • All human sins on ground connection in a recent court are again negotiated and punishedor assign.
  • A part of humans, the soul, is unsterblich. It lives on after the death of the body.
  • Animals and plants did not know no soul and into the sky to come.
  • The history of nature and humans upthe earth has a final regulation.

Some further dogmas of the Christianity would be to be still stated here: So for example


  • Johann Auer and Joseph Ratzinger: Small catholic dogma TIC. 9 Bde. in 10 tl. - Bdn., Pustet, Regensburg 1983, ISBN 3-7917-0798-1
  • Theodor cutter (Hrsg.): Manual of dogma TIC. 2. Aufl. Patmos publishing house, Duesseldorf 1995, ISBN 3-491-69024-2 (2 volumes)
  • Wilfried Härle: Dogma TIC. 2. Aufl., de Gruyter text book,Berlin-new York 2000 ISBN 3110165899
  • Gerhard L. Mueller: Catholic dogma TIC. Herder, Freiburg 2005 ISBN 3-451-28652-1
  • Gerhard Sauter: Dogma TIC I. Enzyklopädi overview and dogma TIC in the German-speaking countries. In: Theological material encyclopedia 9 (1982), S. 41-77
  • differently Jeffner: Dogma TIC II.Dogma TIC in the nordischen countries. In: Ebd., S. 77-92
  • Alasdair Heron: Dogma TIC III. Dogma TIC in Great Britain. In: Ebd., S. 92-104
  • Frederick duke: Dogma TIC IV. Dogma TIC in North America. In: Ebd., S. to 104-116

see also

Web on the left of


  > German to English > (Machine translated into English)