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Community as a theological motif for evangelical theology

By S. J. Grenz


A crucial task for Western theologians in our day is to discover an integrative motif that can assist in constructing a systematic theology that takes seriously both our particular context and the phenomenon of globalization. Since Schleiermacher, the most influential integrative motif in theology has been the kingdom of God. Although this concept is helpful, it cannot serve as the needed integrative motif because it has been taken captive by Western individualism

Topics: Practical Theology, BV1-5099, Practical religion. The Christian life, BV4485-5099
Publisher: AOSIS
Year: 1994
DOI identifier: 10.4102/ids.v28i3.1508
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:836602fd65a646d79111f6d67d650271
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