Interkulturelle Theologie : eine systematisch-theologische Perspektive

Bernhardt, Reinhold. (2014) Interkulturelle Theologie : eine systematisch-theologische Perspektive. Interkulturelle Theologie, Jg. 40, H. 2-3. pp. 149-172.

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In its first part the contribution sketches three assets Systematic Theology can gain from getting involved with Intercultural Theology: first, by referring to texts and nontextual appearances of the worldwide Christianity it's material horizon becomes widened; second it will be enriched by new methods and perspectives of interpretation; third, by bridging the gap between academic theology and religious praxis it achieves more relevance. In the second part the same three aspects are turned into critical questions towards current concepts of Intercultural Theology from the perspective of Systematic Theology. Isn't it necessary to distinguish clearer between theology as an intellectual endeavour and 'lived religion'? What is meant by "intercultural" as for example opposed to "transcultural"? Is Intercultural Theology considered to have only a descriptive task or should it also offer normative reflections? How do the topics of Ecumenical Theology come into play?
Faculties and Departments:01 Faculty of Theology > Fachbereich Theologie > Systematische Theologie, Dogmatik (Bernhardt)
UniBasel Contributors:Bernhardt, Reinhold
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:Basileia Verlag
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Journal article
Last Modified:10 Oct 2014 09:19
Deposited On:10 Oct 2014 09:19

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