Response Number Nine - Sydney Schubert Dr Helmer Theology...

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Sydney Schubert Dr. Helmer Theology 111-05 20 March 2013 Response Number Nine Chapter Eleven of Faith, Religion & Theology , written by Hill, Knitter and Madges, focuses strongly on diversity and the roles that men and women play in society. It begins with the focus on the nature of diversity and that not everyone will hold the same views. Branching off from that, it explains that because someone else has a different view, it doesn’t make that view wrong, or false, but that we need to understand that other people are going to have views that may or may not be similar to our own. The beginning of the chapter focuses on how we experience things and from where the experiences come. Hill, Knitter and Madges say that our experiences root from our location, or our environment. Our environment affects the choices that we make and also the experiences that we have. The three authors focus on systematic theology with it being “a form of theology that
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