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Theology between Church, University, and Society (Martien E Brinkman) Hardcover Book, (Van Gorcum, 2003) 9789023239178
Theology between Church, University, and Society (Martien E Brinkman) Hardcover Book, (Van Gorcum, 2003) 9789023239178
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Title: Theology between Church, University, and Society

Author: Brinkman, Martien E

Publisher: Van Gorcum; Publication Date: 2003

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789023239178

Volumes: 1; Pages: vii, 249

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Theology between Church, University, and Society includes contributions to the international NOSTER conference "Theology between Church, University and Society," held in the Netherlands in June 2000. This volume is concerned with these three challenges: academic, religious and societal. In all of the contributions, the tension between descriptive research and normative theses or the relation between theology and society at large is discussed. Not only are there descriptions of the structures of theological institutions in the Netherlands, the USA, and South Africa but also of the relations between churches and theological institutions, and Vatican policy regarding theological faculties.Table of ContentsPrefaceIntroductionHendrik M. Vroom (Free University of Amsterdam) PART I THEOLOGY AND THE CHURCHES The Relation between Theology and the Teaching Authority of the Church: A Consideration of Recent Doctrinal Developments in the Catholic Church since Vatican IIPeter Hnermann (University of Tubingen)Freedom of Theology and the Bounds of the ChurchLuco J. Van den Brom (University of Groningen) The Church, the University and Culture: Can Theology Find its Way? An American PerspectiveWilliam Dyrness (Fuller Theological Seminary) Theological Education in an Ecumenical Context: Principles and Procedures of the Pretoria ModelConrad Wethmar (University of Pretoria)PART II THEOLOGY AND THE UNIVERSITYConfessional Theology and Academic Freedom Jan N. Bremmer (University of Groningen)Theology and Religious Studies: Progress and Relevance Hendrik M. Vroom (Free University of Amsterdam)Blinded By Science? The Relation of Exegesis and Dogmatics: A Critical Exploration of the IssuesCaroline Vander Stichele (University of Amsterdam) Substitution and Salvation: An Example of Systematic Theology in Dialogue with ExegesisNico Schreurs (Tilburg University) PART III THEOLOGY AND SOCIETY The Challenge of a Public TheologyGerrit G. de Kruijf (University of Leiden) Exploring, Explaining, Experiencing Differences: Theological Educational Leadership in a Postmodern Faculty of TheologyBert Roebben (Tilburg University) Theology and Cultural Change: A Variety of StudentsGeorge Newlands (University of Glasgow)African and Western Theologies between Church, University and Society: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Contextuality of Theological CriteriaGerrit Brand (University of Utrecht) Harry Kuitert and the Possibility of a Public Witness of the ChurchConnie Aarsbergen Ligtvoet (Free University of Amsterdam)Identity in Non identity? Taking A Few Steps on Jurgen Moltmann's Road towards a Public TheologyTon van Prooijen (Free University of Amsterdam)PART IV REFLECTIONS Theology Between Church, University and SocietyConrad Wethmar (University of Pretoria) INDICESIndex of Names Index of Subjects
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