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Crisis and Change - 
      Jan-Olav Henriksen

Crisis and Change

A common basis for the project on which this volume is based is that one cannot understand religion and ethics without paying attention to the different contexts in, and by means of which, these cultural elements are expressed. Les mer
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A common basis for the project on which this volume is based is that one cannot understand religion and ethics without paying attention to the different contexts in, and by means of which, these cultural elements are expressed. This approach makes both religion and ethics liquid, and allows us to see them as based on specific contingencies rather than as expressions of some essential features.The changing societal and cultural conditions in late modern Western societies pose new challenges for established religion, theology and ethics: Not only does religion itself appear to be in some kind of crisis, but also many of the established ways of understanding and doing religion, theology and ethics appear obsolete, inadequate or dated. Against such a backdrop, the articles in the present volume represent attempts to rethink theology and religion with regard to these late modern conditions.The volume is the result of a joint undertaking of two research groups, one based in Abo, Finland, and the other in Oslo, Norway, which have since 2006 focused on exploring the contextual character of theology in understanding both Christian belief and Christian ethics.The challenge of the idea that Christianity appears in new ways - and in "e;new"e; contexts, and of investigating what that means, is pursued in various ways.
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Forlag: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 260
ISBN: 9781443838245
Format: PDF
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