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English for Theology: A Resource for Teachers and Students (Dominican Series)
English for Theology: A Resource for Teachers and Students (Dominican Series)

Author: Gabrielle Kelly

ISBN: 9781920691158

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    The Branches of Theology Lecture 3 The Branches and Sources of Theology 1. Exegetical Theology Greek ex = out and hegeomai = to lead Exegesis is a "drawing out" of a text's meaning, rather than reading a meaning into it. Exegetical theology involv

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    Religion 399 - Teaching Theological Refection Article - Notes
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    Teaching Theological Reflection Well, Reflecting on Writing as a Theological Practice Lucretia B.Yaghjian Episcopal Divinity School and Weston Jesuit School of Theology Notes: Writing is a theological practice with very limited sources on how to act

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    Religion 399 - What is theology
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    What is Theology? It has been defined as reasoned discourse about God or the gods, or more generally about religion or spirituality. Theologians use various forms of analysis and argument (philosophical, ethnographic, historical) to help understand,

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    Cumulative terms (from the first three celebrations) For each of the following terms, please provide the defining context, its definition/meaning, and its significance (why it is important). Theological contexts- the Church, the Academy, and The Soci

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    1. The relationship between science and religion can be set against the backdrop that Wilfred Cantwell Smith set for the interaction of any two theologies, an interaction that had four routes that Ian Barbour would classify in his book, When Scienc

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    theo 2
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    Theology Theos + Logos Not = religious studies Requires faith commitment or empathy Arises from and is often expressive of a religious tradition Critical (rational dimension) Ad extra apologetics Anselm "Theology is faith seeking understanding"

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    Theological Foundations Exam 4 Definitions Exclusivism An attitude or disposition of exclusion; in theologies of world religions, the belief that truth resides only in Christianity and that there are no meaningful similarities between Christianity an

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    Exam #1 Review Peterson's A Concise History of Christianity -synoptic: referring to the synoptic gospels, the New Testament book of Matthew, Mark, and Luke which tell the story of Jesus from a similar viewpoint. -Nero: emperor from Augustus' family (

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    Course: RELI 3382
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    1 Christian mysticism notes Belief that Jesus was/is fully divine, as well as fully human: makes Christian faith distinctive. Always a "both/and" perspective. Jesus not simply another creature. In John, understood that as the Word/Logos he existed w

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    History 578 Lecture # 5 I. Intellectual thought before the civil war A. In 19th century America, who were considered to be the nations intellectuals? B. Most philosophical thought in the decades before the Civil War was practiced by theologians, scie

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    1 The New Church Lecture 9 *Focus of next 1000 years: Cleaning up Christianity Heretic: Comes from the Greek word for "choice" CATHARI (aka Cathars) Aka Albigensians ("from whence they come" from the city of Albi) Especially prominent in southern

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    History and Evidence for Evolution Introduction to Evolution Natural Theology ! By the early 1700s the views of natural theology were firmly entrenched in Europe. Important beliefs of the natural theologists include: ! ! What Predictions Can One M

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    CTT, 4-10 and 13-16 1. Theology is defined as an intellectual discipline that explores reality from a particular perspective, namely God as ultimate ground and goal of all reality. 2. General revelation is given to all human beings. The media that ar

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    Stephanie Warner RELIGION 175: Introduction to the Critical Study Of Biblical Literature Critical Reading Questions #2 Critical Reading Text: Levenson, "Why Jews are Not Interested in Biblical Theology," (pgs. 33-45) from the Hebrew Bible, the Old T

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