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Theological Reflection: Methods, 2nd Edition

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334056119
Published: 28/02/2019

Theological Reflections: Methods offers a comprehensive collection of models of theological reflection. By bringing this diverse collection together in one place, the editors create a unique reference work that allows a clear and visible contrast and comparison as each model is treated formally and in a standard format.

Throughout each chapter the distinguishing features of the model are examined, the geneology and origins are discussed, worked examples of the model applied to contemporary theology are provided, and critical commentary, future trends and exercises and questions are provided.

Now firmly established as an essential text on theological reflection, this second edition has been revised and updated with a new introduction, updated examples, and refreshed bibliographies.

About the Authors 

Preface to the Second Edition 

Introduction 

1. ‘Theology by Heart’: The Living Human Document 

2. ‘Speaking in Parables’: Constructive Narrative Theology 

3. ‘Telling God’s Story’: Canonical Narrative Theology 

4. ‘Writing the Body of Christ’: Corporate Theological Reflection 

5. ‘Speaking of God in Public’: Correlation 

6. ‘Theology-in-Action’: Praxis 

7. ‘Theology in the Vernacular’: Contextual Theologies 

Bibliography

Index of Names and Subjects 

Elaine Graham, Heather Walton, Frances Ward

Elaine Graham is Grosvenor Research Professor of Practical Theology at the University of Chester. Heather Walton is Professor of Theology and Creative Practice and Director of the Centre for Literature, Theology and the Arts, University of Glasgow. Frances Ward is a priest in the Diocese of Manchester

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