Wow this was already brewing in 1976 USA ..
I think this is worth putting up again. From Asia!
A Roman Catholic point of view …
An unexpected find.
worth some time here …
Library time is coming soon!
I heard him in an interview once and was deeply impressed and impacted by what he said.
This is going to stretch me!
I know for sure some statements and quotes in this paper will scare some Christians … press on!
“one of the ironies of contextual theology is that as discipline or discourse it is not in fact bound to any context. For instance, an exercise in contextual theology in South Africa can be recognized as something similar in form to an exercise in contextual theology in Japan. Despite the clear differences in context, both know they belong to the category of contextual theology. There are certain conventions, methodological commitments and ideological presuppositions that make contextual theology a particular general form of theological discourse not at all tied to any particular context.”
A surprise find …
Another round to the library …
Much food for thought here.
Interesting how the tools of contextual theology is applied here.
An Eastern European context …