6 edition of Theology Out of Place found in the catalog.
February 2003 by Sheffield Academic Press .
Written in English
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As a theological biography of Professor Walter J. Hollenweger, this book surveys his extensive interests, varied methods and wide-ranging reflection. But Price also incorporates an enquiry into the nature and function of western academic theology relating to to Christian practice by: 2.
Arguing that theologies are shaped by place so no theology can be universal, "Out of Place" assesses the ways in which theology, as a discipline and a practice, is "out of place". Departing from dominant theological discourse, the book argues that for theology to be transformative it must connect Theology Out of Place book "place" and engage with marginalised peoples and : Jione Havea, Clive Pearson.
Arguing that theologies are shaped by place so no theology can be universal, "Out of Place" assesses the Theology Out of Place book in which theology, as a discipline and a practice, is "out of place".
Departing from dominant theological discourse, the book argues that for theology to be transformative it must connect with "place" and engage with marginalised peoples and : Jione Havea, Clive Pearson.
There are not too many books on a theology of place out there so this is a much needed book on a subject that I truly love and think is crucial for the church in the twenty-first century. I particularly love how Leonard explores the practice of place through the /5(5). Prize: Shortlisted for the Michael Ramsay Prize, 'A wonderful book.
I learned immensely from having read it.' Stanley Hauerwas, Duke Divinity School, USA 'This welcome book is a perceptive and helpful statement of why and how Christian faith needs to be embodied in places and activities.Â Â It significantly enriches theÂ understanding of faith,Â and provides important help in Cited by: 65 books based on 4 votes: Race & Place: How Urban Geography Shapes the Journey to Reconciliation by David P.
Leong, From Nature to Creation: A Christian. He is an adjunct professor at Northern Baptist Seminary in Chicago, and at Tyndale Seminary, Toronto. He is also a mentor and expert advisor in the Leadership in Global Perspectives program at George Fox Evangelical Seminary in Portland.
He loves walking, good music, good books, and good : Paperback. A renewed understanding of the importance of place from a theological perspective has much to offer in working against the dehumanising effects of the loss of place.
Community and places each build the identity of the other; this book offers important insights in a world in which the effects of globalisation continue to erode people's rootedness and experience of place. JOHN INGE’s book is a welcome addition to the small but growing volume of literature reflecting theologically on the fact that we are necessarily situated beings.
He begins by making a careful distinction between place and space, and charts what he calls the demise of place — not just in theological scholarship, but going much further back, to the scientific discoveries and world view of.
Place as Gift and Calling: In the book of Genesis and throughout the Bible, we are called to cultivate the earth and treat the land responsibly as a gift. Place is important from a theological perspective because it is through particular places that we act within the created world as a whole.
The author describes how the notion of place has been eliminated from discourse in Western society by a long and complex process that he attempts to trace in the first chapter of this study.
The focus of the book is on the importance and relevance of location with regard to Christ. Paperback, pages/5. The Theology and Spirituality of Place In this course we will examine theological, philosophical, and literary resources that take up place as a primary concern.
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The aim of this book is no less than to provide an account of the unfolding of the mind of God in history, through the successive agents of his special revelation. Arguing that theologies are shaped by place so no theology can be universal, "Out of Place" assesses the ways in which theology, as a discipline and a practice, is "out of place".
Departing from dominant theological discourse, the book argues that for theology to be transformative it must connect with "place" and engage with marginalised.
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Place is back on the agenda today: in books and on television, place and places fascinate scholars and the general public alike. This magnificent book weaves a wide range of perspectives together lyrically with ease.
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