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Ministerial Pastoral Care

(250 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] In the narrow sense, ministerial pastoral care refers to counseling given on special religious occasions (Ministerial offices). In a broader sense, it encompasses the church's care for people in individual situations of their lives. The prerequisite and component of this care is conversation. It serves firstly to acquaint the persons involved, and then to prepare the ceremonial act. Ever since the catechumenate of the Early Church, baptism as the elementary ministerial office has …

Ministerial Offices

(905 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] Ministerial or occasional offices are so called because they are usually performed by the minister (Pastoral office). But this is also true of other ministerial functions (e.g. celebration of the Lord's Supper) that are not included among the ministerial offices. The members of the congregation are as constitutive for the ministerial offices as the minister. They are also called occasional offices because they are performed on certain “occasions.” The core of the office is some ki…

Sulze, Emil

(203 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] (Feb 26, 1832, Kamenz, Upper Lusatia – May 29, 1914, Bad Oeynhausen). As a pastor in Osnabrück, Chemnitz, and Dresden, Sulze recognized the need for church reform through congregational renewal. The mammoth metropolitan parishes (60,000 “souls” in Dresden-Neustadt!) were to be divided into districts, each headed by a “paterfamilias” responsible to the pastor. The goal was diaconal and pastoral “ministry of all to all” ( Gemeinde, 49). “The laity learn from the clergy and vice versa” ( Reform, 94). Theologically, it is essential for the concept of the unive…

Pastoral Care for the Grieving

(446 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] The grieving suffer from the loss of persons, or meaningful parts of life that they valued (e.g. work, health, home, ideals). The nature and circumstances of the loss vary greatly, and equally varied are the pastoral care situations. “The grieving process” (Spiegel) is neither uniform nor straightforward. Phases of shock and protest, scrutiny, regression, and adaptation intersect and recur; depression and aggression can make people speechless or provoke them. Pastoral care attempt…

Ministerial Sermon

(240 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] The ministerial sermon is a spiritual address (Preaching) given on special religious occasions (Ministerial offices). Its task is to link the interpretation of concrete human fates with biblical messages. The homiletic problem (Homiletics) lies in the question of priority: does the exposition of the biblical text take precedence, or does the specific existential situation constitute the point of departure? Authors influenced by K. Barth sought to bring the witness of the gospel to bear upon the pastoral casus. They feared the predominance of the casus and the mis…

Deutscher Evangelischer Gemeindetag

(368 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] (German Protestant Parish Conference). The conference emerged from the Gemeindeaufbaubewegung (Church growth movement), which was inspired by E. Sulze, M. Schian, and others. In 1909 pastor A. Stock ( ChW 23, 1064ff) expressed his deep concern that the community/parish ( Gemeinde) concept had lost its power to attract people. Assisted by M. Schian and M. Rade he therefore invited “friends of the Protestant parish concept from all theolog…

Missionary Preaching

(509 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] Missionary preaching can be, first, a speech intended to win people to the (Christian) faith, and second, a preaching (Preaching) addressed to believers informing them about mission and intended to motivate them to engage in it. In what follows, missionary preaching will be understood in the first sense. With regard to its content, it is elementary and fundamental, concentrating on basic themes of faith, and rhetorically persuasive. The first evidence of Christian missionary preac…

Zimmermann

(130 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[English Version] Zimmermann, Justus Joseph Georg Friedrich Karl (23.8.1803 Darmstadt – 14.6.1877 ebd.). Z. wirkte zuerst als Lehrer, wurde 1832 Hofdiakonus, 1835 zweiter, 1841 erster Hofprediger in Darmstadt, 1847 Prälat der hessischen Landeskirche. Z. war publizistisch sehr aktiv, gab mehrere Periodika heraus, darunter die »Allg. Kirchenzeitung«. In ihr rief er am 31.10.1841 dazu auf, einen »Verein zur Unterstützung hilfsbedürftiger prot. Gemeinden« zu gründen. Am 18.9.1842 vereinigte dieser sich in …

Seelsorge für Trauernde

(389 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[English Version] . Trauernde (T.) leiden unter dem Verlust von Personen oder Werten, die für den Sinn ihres Lebens bedeutsam waren (z.B. Arbeit, Gesundheit, Heimat, Ideale). So unterschiedlich wie Inhalte und Umstände des Verlustes sind die Situationen der S. »Der Prozeß des Trauerns« (Spiegel) verläuft daher weder einheitlich noch geradlinig. Die Phasen des Schocks und Protestes, der Kontrolle, Regression und Adaption überschneiden und wiederholen sich; Depression und Aggression können sprachlos…

Sulze

(184 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[English Version] Sulze, Emil (26.2.1832 Kamenz, Oberlausitz – 29.5.1914 Bad Oeynhausen). Als Pfarrer in Osnabrück, Chemnitz und Dresden erkannte S. die Notwendigkeit einer Kirchenreform durch Gemeindeerneuerung. Die großstädtischen Mammutgemeinden (60 000 »Seelen« in Dresden-Neustadt!) sollten in Bezirke gegliedert werden, denen Hausväter unter Leitung des Pfarrers vorstehen. Ziel war eine diakonische und seelsorgerliche »Arbeit aller an allen« (Gemeinde 49). »Die Gemeinde lernt von dem Geistliche…

Pfarrerinnen- und Pfarrergebetsbund

(136 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[English Version] (PGB). Der PGB wurde 1913 in Halle unter maßgeblichem Einfluß von Pastoren aus der Gemeinschaftsbewegung (E. Modersohn, W. Michaelis, Alfred Christlieb, Sohn des Prof. für Praktische Theol. und Mitgründers des Gnadauer Gemeinschaftsverbandes Th. Christlieb) gegründet, um Impulse des Pietismus in der Pfarrerschaft zu aktivieren. Aufgaben sind die Stärkung persönlicher und gemeinschaftlicher Spiritualität, theol. Weiterbildung (durch Tagungen, zu denen Familien eingeladen werden, u…

Minister Provincialis

(171 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] Minister Provincialis is the designation for the head (superior/prior) of a regional section of a monastic order with a centralized structure. The holder of this office is a higher superior and in clerical orders also an ordinary. His legal status is defined in detail in the codes of canon law ( CIC/1983, cc. 617–630; CCEO, cc. 511, 513–515) as well as in the particular laws of the individual orders. The minister provincialis assumes his office for a specific period of time either by virtue of elections in the province or by being appointed by the su…

Gustav Adolph Werk

(983 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] I. The Gustav-Adolf-Werk originated from two initiatives. First, the Leipzig superintendent and theology professor, Christian Gottlob Leberecht Großmann, suggested in 1832 on the occasion of a collection for a Gustav Adolf memorial that “an institution for fraternal support of oppressed fellow believers” be founded. The earnings, through interest, of the Gustav Adolf Stiftung (Gustav Adolf Fund) should support distressed Protestant congregations at home and abroad. Second, in Darms…

Pfarrerinnen- und Pfarrergebetsbund (PGB) (Clergy Prayer Association)

(161 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] The Pfarrerinnen- und Pfarrergebetsbund (PGB) was founded in Halle in 1913, predominantly under the influence of pastors from the Community Movement (E. Modersohn, W. Michaelis, Alfred Christlieb, son of T. Christlieb, who was professor of practical theology and co-founder of the Gnadauer Verband), in order to stimulate the momentum of Pietism in the ordained ministry. Its tasks are the strengthening of personal and corporate spirituality, further development of theology (through conferences to which families are invited, and through the bi-monthly journal The…

Zimmermann, Justus Joseph Georg Friedrich Karl

(167 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard
[German Version] (Aug 23, 1803, Darmstadt – Jun 14, 1877, Darmstadt) initially worked as a teacher; in 1832 he was appointed court deacon. In 1835 he was appointed junior court chaplain in Darmstadt and in 1841 senior court chaplain. In 1847 he became prelate of the regional church of Hesse. He had a very active publishing career, serving as editor of several periodicals, including the Allgemeine Kirchenzeitung. In its issue of Oct 31, 1841, he called for the establishment of a “union for the support of needy Protestant communities”; on Sep 18, 1842, ¶ this initiative merged with the Gus…

Leichenpredigt

(1,525 words)

Author(s): Düselder, Heike | Winkler, Eberhard
1. Inhaltliche und soziale Aspekte Die Grabrede oder L. (lat. oratio funebris, engl. funeral sermon, franz. sermon funèbre) ist ein fester Bestandteil der europ. Sepulchralkultur, der sich bis in die vorchristl. griech.-röm. Antike nachweisen lässt. Im 16. Jh. entwickelte sich in der gesamten christl. Welt der Brauch, L. drucken zu lassen und an Hinterbliebene, Verwandte und Freunde zu verteilen. In den folgenden zwei Jahrhunderten wurden die gedruckten L. zu einer v. a. im protest. Bürgertum und im Adel weit verbreiteten Form des Totengedächtnisses [5]. Als Erbauungsliterat…

Funeral sermon

(1,626 words)

Author(s): Düselder, Heike | Winkler, Eberhard
1. Typical contents, societal role The graveside speech, or funeral sermon (Lat. oratio funebris, German Leichenpredigt, French  sermon funèbre), was a firmly established component of European burial culture discernible as far back as pre-Christian Greco-Roman antiquity. In the 16th century, the practice developed all over the Christian world of printing these sermons and distributing them to the survivors, relatives, and friends of the deceased. In the following two centuries, printed funeral sermons became widespread as a form of commemoration of the dead [5], especially …
Date: 2019-10-14

Rendtorff

(543 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard | Graf, Friedrich Wilhelm
[German Version] 1. Franz Martin Leopold (Aug 1, 1860, Gütergotz near Potsdam – Mar 17, 1937, Leipzig-Schleußig). After serving as a pastor in Westerland, Eisenach, and Preetz, Rendtorff directed the Preetz Predigerseminar from 1896 onward. He became a Privatdozent in practical theology in Kiel in 1902, honorary professor in 1906, and full professor for practical theology and New Testament in Leipzig in 1910, where he also became director of the Predigerkolleg in 1912 and rector of the university in 1924. He postulated a Liturgisches Erbrecht (1913, repr. 1969 [Liturgical law o…

Rendtorff

(420 words)

Author(s): Winkler, Eberhard | Graf, Friedrich Wilhelm
[English Version] , 1.Franz Martin Leopold (1.8.1860 Gütergotz bei Potsdam – 17.3.1937 Leipzig-Schleußig). Nach dem Pfarramt in Westerland, Eisenach und Kloster Preetz leitete R. ab 1896 das dortige Predigerseminar. 1902 wurde er PD für Praktische Theol. in Kiel, 1906 Hon.-Prof., 1910 o. Prof. für Praktische Theol. und NT in Leipzig, 1912 zugleich Direktor des Predigerkollegs, 1924 Rektor der Universität. Er postulierte ein »Liturgisches Erbrecht« (1913, Nachdr. 1969) als Prinzip der Gesch. des ch…

Verkündigung

(1,578 words)

Author(s): Körtner, Ulrich H.J. | Widmann, Peter | Winkler, Eberhard
[English Version] I. Fundamentaltheologisch V. ist kein speziell rel. Begriff, spielt aber im Christentum eine hervorgehobene Rolle. Ganz allg. ist V. »eine Form der Anrede, bei der das Verkündigte im Augenblick des Verkündigtwerdens in Kraft tritt« (K.E. Løgstrup 1358). Sie steht neben der Mitteilung und der Botschaft. Während der Begriff der Botschaft mehr den Inhalt der Anrede bez., richtet sich der Begriff der V. mehr auf den Vorgang. Letzteren deutet der Begriff der Mitteilung als ein objektiv…
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