신학교 인성교육을 위한 인문학의 중요성

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발행기관 : 영남신학대학교 수록지정보 : 신학과 목회 / 46권
저자명 : 채승희

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Ⅰ. 서론
Ⅱ. 고전 인문학의 중요성
Ⅲ. 어학과 수사학의 중요성
Ⅳ. 정의와 윤리적 실천의 중요성
Ⅴ. 크리소스토모스의 신앙과 학문의 의의
Ⅵ. 결론
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We will examine St. Chrysostom’s life and writings and his education in order to suggest that humanities are important courses in theological education. I want to show that Chrysotom’s mind had been trained not only in Holy Scripture but from the earliest days of his life he had been diligently educated in the Greek humanistic classics. For not only priestly formation, but spiritual formation for all believers, Chrysostom enouraged to learn Greek humanities because he believed that Greek humanities are not an enemies of Christianity. Rather it is useful to strengthen theology and build up the quality of human character.
First of all he focused on greek language. It is a great power to approach to the true meaning of the Scripture. His study of the Bible was extensive and exceptionally profound. The influence of his classical education is evident not only in many of his writings, but in his spirituality and leadership as bishop in Constantinople. Second, Hellenistic philosophy is no conflict and no contradiction between the divine source of wisdom and human quest for divine wisdom. These two sources of wisdom converge and complement one another. In nature, Greek philosophies are disposition for the religious mysteries and theological truths. Third, Greek ethics were especially valued by the Christian Fathers for they were ecumenical in nature. for examples, Hellenistic nobles reveal the ethos and the ethical disposition. Greek ethical theory has been found broader in scope and more encompassing in practice. This is the reason why Chrysostom valued Greek ethics. He used the principles of Greek ethical theory in order to demonstrate that the Hellenistic idea of virtue is among Christians. In debt to the Greek religious and philosophical background, his life and education raised up personal and social conscience as the innate voice of God. According to what he believed, his aim was the moral reformation of Church and Society. He attacked the ostentatious luxury of the wealthy classes as well as the sensuality, gluttony and avarice of women of the imperial court, the clergies. He spent his life for eradication of inequality and elimination of social injustice. For him, without practice, knowledge of philosophy and theology is meaningless.
Chrysostom’s classical education reminds us that a modern theological school or students in it should be excellently trained in the classical humanities in order to better understand Christianity. There are several other aspects of Chrysostom’s life, education, and teachings which are significant for us especially in theological education courses today. His views on the priesthood, on education, on wealth and poverty, and several more ecclesiastical and theological issues. Today, more than ever, in an age of high technology and the physical sciences, we need to place more emphasis on the classical humanities as a preparation for theology and pastoral ministry. Our seminaries (including Youngname theological seminary and university) need to bring back humanities in a well-rounded theological education.

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