A Handbook on Inculturation

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Paulist Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Religion - 141 pages
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This handbook surveys the history of inculturation and describes its essential methods and attitudes. Discusses the impact of inculturation in four areas of theology--revelation, grace, Christology and exxlesiology, presenting Africa and liberation theology in Latin America as two case studies.

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Schineller uses history to show that Christianity has always adapted or inculturated as it encountered different societies. He then gives theological justifications for such changes and explains how ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
INCULTURATION AND OTHER
14
KEY MOMENTS IN HISTORY
28
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