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Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology (Suny Series, Religion and American Public Life)

by Mary Doak

  • 372 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by State University of New York Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian theology,
  • Religion, Politics & State,
  • Comparative Religion,
  • Theology - Academic,
  • Religion,
  • USA,
  • Theology,
  • Christian Theology - Narrative,
  • Philosophy,
  • Church and state,
  • Christian Theology - Ethics,
  • United States,
  • Christianity - Theology - Ethics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages245
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7803285M
    ISBN 100791462331
    ISBN 109780791462331

    Drawing on the Bible, key figures from church history, and Christian theology, this book offers a clarion call for pastors to serve as public theologians in their congregations and communities. It is designed to be engaging reading for busy pastors and includes pastoral reflections on the theological task from twelve working pastors, including 5/5(1). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    “Reclaiming Mission as Constructive Theology locates the contemporary discussion of missional church in its fullest eschatological horizon. Chung advocates for socially engaged mission that attends to the emergence of world Christianity, the imperative of public theology, and the call to serve God's diakonia for the life of the world.5/5(1). Mary Doak, in her book Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology, published in , argues that the form of Christian public theology in the United States should take the form of a “double narrative Author: Ming Yeung Cheung.

    Doak's research has focused on the intersection of Christianity and politics. Her book, Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology (), defends a politically engaged and publicly active role for Christianity that nevertheless values and is consistent with religious freedom in a diverse articles on religious freedom, political theology and eschatology have appeared in various. I know of no other book that provides such a clear yet nuanced account of the origins, development, and contemporary forms of religious naturalism. Stone’s achievement ensures that religious naturalism will again be a major contender in theological debates.” — Mary Doak, author of Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology.


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Argues for American national narratives in Christian theology that respect the separation of church and state and a diverse, multifaith society.

This book furthers the development of American public theology by arguing for the importance of narrative to a theological interpretation of the nation’s social and political by: 8.

Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology - Mary Doak - Google Books This book furthers the development of American public theology by arguing for the importance of narrative to a theological.

Mary Doak argues for a public theology that focuses on the narrative imagination through which we envision our current circumstances and our hopes for the future. This theology sees both our national stories and our religious ones as resources that can contribute to a public and pluralistic conversation about the direction of by: 8.

Argues for American national narratives in Christian theology that respect the separation of church and state and a diverse, multifaith society. This book furthers the development of American public theology by arguing for the importance of narrative to a theological interpretation of.

Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Doak, Mary, Reclaiming narrative for public theology. Albany: State University of New York Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type.

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Add Close Released on: Octo ABSTRACT The narrative that does justice is an oppositional discourse re-enacted in the liminal spaces as a dynamic cultural form termed as 'narrative of resistance.' Describing public religious speech acts as liminal discourse highlights the. Martin Luther King and Public Theology.

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The Pastor as Public Theologian by authors Kevin Vanhoozer and Owen Strachan seeks to reclaim the identity of the pastor as a public theologian or as is described in The Pastor Theologian a local pastor theologian.

This work defines the responsibility of the Christ The church is facing a theological crisis/5. Reclaiming public religious speech as a liminal discourse is about restoring ‘just theology’ and biblical hermeneutics for the whole people of God.

It acknowledges the power of Jesus’ occupation of the liminal space as the liminal facilitator who calls religious ministers to the office of liminal enablers. Christianity Today Book Award Winner Respected New Testament scholar Cynthia Long Westfall offers a coherent Pauline theology of gender, which includes fresh perspectives on the most controverted texts.

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The spine remains undamaged. At. By reclaiming “redemptive genres” of atonement, liberation, healing, and the like, narrative leaders in ministry draw their people and the communities they serve into revitalized identity and action.

Mary Doak, author of Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology says of it: This is a timely contribution to contemporary theology.

I know of no other book that provides such a clear yet nuanced account of the origins, development, and contemporary forms of religious nces: Paul Tillich • John Dewey • Henry Nelson. Scholarly Work Doak's research has focused on the intersection of Christianity and politics. Her book, Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology (), defends a politically engaged and publicly active role for Christianity that nevertheless values and is consistent with religious freedom in a diverse society.

Reclaiming Narrative for Public Theology. Mary Doak - - American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 26 (3) Theology and the Ascetic Imperative: Narrative Cited by: This book furthers the development of American public theology by arguing for the importance of narrative to a theological interpretation of the nation's social and political : Maureen O'connell.Reclaiming Mission as Constructive Theology offers a compelling case for the need to integrate God's mission and missional church conversation with a public and post-colonial study of World Christianity.

Driven by a commitment to publicly engaged theology that takes seriously the reality of Global Christianity, Paul Chung presents a vital new model for understanding the mission of God as a.