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This Asian irregular theology refurbishes the hybridization of interpretation and the resistance of difference in light of the ultimate Other, and accentuates Christian solidarity and companionship with minjung in the lifeworld of bamboo. The Word of God which speaks in Jesus Christ in partisanship for massa perditionis—ochlos-minjung—seeks understanding from and communication with the Church, humanity, and the world. -W. Marquardt, Eia, wärn wir da—eine theologische Utopie, 131. CHAPTER ONE JUSTIFICATION AND SELF-CULTIVATION: CHRISTIAN FAITH AND BUDDHIST ENLIGHTENMENT As Christianity has come to East Asian soil, its Gospel content has been accepted and transformed by people who grew up and lived in their own multi-religious life setting.
20 Furthermore, it is important for us to demonstrate a hermeneutical reflection on the interfaith relation between Shinran and Luther with respect to a model of sudden enlightenment and gradual cultivation within the confines of Mahayana Buddhism. For Luther, the grace of justification is the doctrine on which the Church stands or falls (articulus stantis et cadentis ecclesiae). The teaching of justification, when properly understood, is faith in Christ. Faith in Christ carries a double meaning: on the one hand, being declared righteous by God (extra nos); and on the other hand, being acquitted, renewed, and transformed in terms of Christ’s indwelling (in nobis).
Luther was also deeply convinced that human existence is already liberated outside of us, but not yet consummated. This “not-yet” aspect makes faith dynamically participate in God’s grace in which Christ, as the ground and essence of faith, is really present in the celebration of the Word and sacrament, and Christian faith. When Luther’s theology of justification encounters the compassion of Pure Land Buddhism and recognizes the Buddhist principle of sudden enlightenment and gradual cultivation, it points toward a deepening of the relationship between forensic righteousness and the effective renewal of the justified.
Constructing Irregular Theology. Bamboo and Minjung in East Asian Perspective (Studies in Systematic Theology 1) by Paul S. Chung