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Missiological Mutilations - Perspective Paralogies: Language and Power in Contemporary Mission Theory (Studies in the Intercultural History of Christianity) download ebook

by Werner Ustorf,Jrgen Skov Srensen

Missiological Mutilations - Perspective Paralogies: Language and Power in Contemporary Mission Theory (Studies in the Intercultural History of Christianity) download ebook
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Werner Ustorf,Jrgen Skov Srensen
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Bringing in questions and concerns raised by postocolonial theory and critical discourse analysis.

Bringing in questions and concerns raised by postocolonial theory and critical discourse analysis.

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Studien zur interkulturellen Geschichte des Christentums Etudes d'histoire interculturelle du christianisme Studies in the intercultural history of Christianity, 017240 ; vol. 141. General Note: Revision of the author's. General Note: Revision of the author's thesis (P. University of Birmingham, 2005. ISBN: 1888789026 Publication & Distribution: Cambridge Mass. of Sanskrit and Indian Studies, Harvard Univ. Distributed by the Dept. Distributed by South Asia Books, (c)1996. Author: Garzilli, Enrica.

The aim of Mission Studies is to better enable the International Association for Mission Studies to expand its . By Jørgen Skov Sørensen.

The aim of Mission Studies is to better enable the International Association for Mission Studies to expand its services as a forum for the scholarly study of biblical, theological, historical and practical questions related to mission. Studies in the Intercultural History of Christianity. Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Peter Lang 2007.

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Intercultural Theology, Volume 3 (Missiological Engagements), Downers Grove (IL): InterVarsity . Contemporary Missiology: An Introduction. The International Association for Mission Studies – Globally in the Service of the Discipline(s)

Intercultural Theology, Volume 3 (Missiological Engagements), Downers Grove (IL): InterVarsity Press, 2019; Henning Wrogemann, Mission Theologies. Intercultural Theology, Volume 2 (Missiological Engagements), Downers Grove (IL): InterVarsity Press, 2018; Henning Wrogemann, Intercultural Hermeneutics. The International Association for Mission Studies – Globally in the Service of the Discipline(s). In Swedish Missiological Themes, Vol. 113, Uppsala, Svenska institutet for missionsforskning, 69.

Missiological mutilations - perspective paralogies. by Jørgen Skov Sørensen

Missiological mutilations - perspective paralogies. Published 2007 by P. Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford.

50 Bevan, Edwyn . in the symposium, The History of Christianity in the Light of Modern Knowledge (Glasgow, 1929), p. 105; reprinted by Kepler, Thomas . Contemporary Thinking about Paul, An Anthology (New York, 1940), p. 43. 51 For this distinction, see Deissmann, Adolf. 51 For this distinction, see Deissmann, Adolf, Licht vom Osten, 4te Aufl. Tübingen, 1923), pp. 226 ff.

Intercultural Relations, sometimes called Intercultural Studies, is a relatively new formal field of social science studies. It is a practical, multi-field discipline designed to train its students to understand, communicate, and accomplish specific goals outside their own cultures. Intercultural Relations involves, at a fundamental level, learning how to see oneself and the world through the eyes of another. It is a broad rather than deep discipline that seeks to prepare students for interaction with cultures both similar to their own (. a separate socioeconomic group in one's own.

The aim of this study is to demonstrate intrinsic power structures in language patterns of contemporary Christian mission theories. Bringing in questions and concerns raised by postocolonial theory and critical discourse analysis, the study explores the structuralist ideologies behind modern epistemology and - it is maintained - the associated - modern - language patterns. Based on discourse analyses of language and terminology employed by a number of significant contemporary mission theorists the author in conclusion points towards a widespread use of 'power language' within the modern mission movement. Eventually the study moves from critical analysis into theological construction suggesting a mission theory based on postmodern assumptions, both reconciled with religious diversity through 'paralogies' (Jean-Francois Lyotard) and acknowleging the unavoidable relativity of any theological claim."