Theological Reflection: The Creation of Spiritual Power in the Information Age

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Liturgical Press, 2003 - Religion - 220 pages
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Theological Reflection demonstrates the process of discovery that is at the heart of theological education 'learning by reflecting on experience.

Theological reflection as presented in this book was developed to support a program of theological education called Education for Ministry (EFM). Its roots are both biblical and traditional, presenting those engaged in theology with the educational context for theological reflection as it has been developed by EFM over more than twenty-five years. It provides a way of learning theology so that participants can develop harmony between life's experience, the world, and the Christian faith.

Chapters under Part I: Theological Reflection: Historical, Philosophical, and Theological Context are Theological Reflection: What It Is and Why," *The Work of Theological Reflection - Background, - *Theological Reflection - Whose Domain? - *Theological Reflection and the People of God, - *The Rose of Theological Reflection, - and *Theological Reflection: Rationalize or Relational? - Chapters under Part II: Theological Reflection - The Educational Context are *Theological Reflection: Education in Depth, - *Theological Reflection and Educational Methods, - *Theological Reflection: An Educational Adventure, - and *Theological Reflection and the Seminar. - Chapters under Part III: Theological Reflection: Methodology, Leadership, and Consequences are *Sources for Theological Reflection, - *Methods and Techniques, - *Asking Theological Questions, - *Guiding Theological Reflections, - *The Ethics of Theological Reflection, - and *Reflection: The Creation of Power in the Information Age. -

Edward O. de Barry, StD, is director of the Education for Ministry Program of the School of Theology at The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

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Contents

Parti
1
Theological ReflectionWhose Domain?
25
CHAPTER4 Theological Reflection and the People of God 3 3
33
The Role of Theological Reflection
41
Theological ReflectionRationalized
49
A Rationalized Schema
56
Education in Depth
69
Theological Reflection
78
The Creation of Power
173
APPEND ICES Introduction
183
A Text for Theological Reflection
186
Christian Tradition as a Launching Point for Reflection
193
Reflecting on Personal Beliefs
195
Reflecting on Global Matters
198
A TwoValued Orientation to Reflection
200
Reflection and Multiple Values
204

Seminars
84
Theological Reflection and the Seminar
100
Part III
115
Methods and Techniques
129
Asking Theological Questions
144
Guiding Theological Reflections
153
The Ethics of Theological Reflection
165
Reflection with Movement
208
Reflection with Large GroupsThe Fishbowl
209
Reflection with Large GroupsMultiple Tables
211
A Quick Introduction
212
Bibliography
214
Index
217
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de Bary is director of the Education for Ministry Program of the School of Theology, The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

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