Further, learning to theologize
in conversation with the poor is itself creative -- the back and forth reveals added layers of meaning about God and humankind, even as it affirms the perduring mystery of God.
28] Although derived from the ethical relation, the call to justice nevertheless requires and legitimates the call to philosophize and to theologize
in a systematic manner.
Hwang in 1968, modeled the process and became a seminal work toward formalizing contextualization as a way to theologize
about the church in culture.
As such, this article exemplifies how theologians can self-consciously theologize
about the immanent and transcendent power of the Christian myth to work in and through historical events to foster what the Creator God desires for all humanity: liberation from sin, oppression, and death.
58), and the way he uses the Heideggerian expression "openness to Being" seems to theologize
Heidegger's project, suggesting that the person open to Being could receive revelations of sorts from some mysterious entity.
s work is an appreciative celebration of what it means to theologize
from concrete situations and to let the ambiguous experience of reality shape one's theological reflection.
They narrowly theologize
to protect the status quo.
Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz is a Cuban, lay woman theologian, among the first Latinas to theologize
precisely as a Latina.
Its real importance is the challenge to how we theologize
If it spurs a single reader more seriously to reflect on and theologize
about the nature of inspiration in a more theologically concrete manner, its publication will have been justified.
All who minister to or theologize
about this generation should read it carefully.
As with most liberation theologians who theologize
from a contextual basis, his starting point is not a method but a people--the lived experience of an oppressed and marginalized group.
Feminist liberation theology week provides an opportunity to theologize
in a diverse group.
Rather than theologize
in terms of creation and incarnation in Christ, S.
One cannot theologize
about sexuality and celibacy without firm, clear regard for the nature of each.