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Author:Hendrik M. Vroom
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (3), pp.471 -488Brill Press
Abstract:This article discusses the brokenness of the world and roots of human wrongdoing. It argues that the acknowledgement of sin is a precondition for a humane society of compassion and solidarity. The ambiguity of laws is discussed: laws are necessary, but at the same time they lead ...
Author:Nico Koopman
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (2), pp.188 -209Brill Press
Abstract:This article discusses the potential of a Trinitarian approach to theology for constructing a public theology in the context of the immense social, political, economic, environmental, cultural, sexual and health challenges of (South) Africa. Theology engages with the three p...
Author:David F. Ford
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (1), pp.63 -81Brill Press
Abstract:This article recognises both the need for wisdom for the flourishing of public life and the value of the contribution that Christian wisdom, founded on Scripture, has to offer. However, this article also notes that the contemporary world is a complexly religious and secular envir...
Author:William Storrar
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (1), pp.5 -25Brill Press
Abstract:The simultaneous launch of the International Journal of Public Theology and its sponsoring Global Network for Public Theology represents a ''kairos'' moment of opportunity for theologians and other scholars working in the emerging field of interdisciplinary theological inquiry in...
Author:Cecelia Clegg
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (2), pp.173 -187Brill Press
Abstract:In exploring the interaction between reconciliation and identity in the process of making peace in post-conflict Northern Ireland, this article argues that while political and inter-personal levels of reconciliation are important, it is societal reconciliation which is pivotal in...
Author:Rudolf von Sinner
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (3), pp.338 -363Brill Press
Abstract:Liberation Theology has become known worldwide for its preferential option for the poor and its prophetic voice against economic and political oppression. Since the end of the military regime in Brazil (1985) and the fall of the Berlin wall (1989), theologians have been grappling...
Author:Max L. Stackhouse
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (3), pp.421 -430Brill Press
Abstract:Whereas many think of public theology as it addresses public policy directly, this article seeks to chart the major non-political, indirect ways in which religions go public and thereby influence the common life and civil society. In addition to sketching out how religions genera...
Author:Heinrich Bedford-Strohm
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Public Theology, 2007, Vol.1 (2), pp.230 -248Brill Press
Abstract:This article examines the task of public theology in contributing to the public debate by drawing from theological resources for ethical orientation and at the same time explaining why this orientation makes good sense for all people of good will. From a concrete example, the dif...

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