Theology At the Crossroads of University, Church and Society: Dialogue, Difference and Catholic Identity
:Lieven Boeve examines the place of theology in the university, the church and society. He emphasizes that theology certainly belongs to all of these three domains as it belongs to the nature of theology to involve itself in all three...
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:Lieven Boeve examines the place of theology in the university, the church and society. He emphasizes that theology certainly belongs to all of these three domains as it belongs to the nature of theology to involve itself in all three spheres, especially at the crossroads where they overlap. Boeve discusses the recent document Theology Today from the International Theological Commission which circumscribes theology's place and task in the Catholic Church. Boeve discusses how the difficult relation between theology and philosophy is typical for a Church which has difficulty with the dialogue in today's world; as well as examines the relation between theology and religious studies. Going further, Boeve offers a reflection on Catholic identity today, focusing more specifically on education. He presents four models for considering the identity of Catholic schools in the light of the changed society and argues that dialogue in a context of plurality and difference can lead to new, fruitful ways to shape even the Catholic identity. Boeve concludes his discussion with a short assessment of Pope Benedict's papacy and emphasizes the need for the Catholic Church to convert itself before it can call the world to do the same.
Lieven Boeve is professor Fundamental theology at the Faculty of Theology, K.U. Leuven (Belgium). He is also co-odinator of the research group Theology in a postmodern context.
- :introductionin The Margin And At The Crossroadspart 1. Foundation, Horizon And Orientationi. Foundation: Revelation As God's Dialogue With Humanity And Historyii. Horizon: The Challenge Of Plurality And Differenceiii. Orientation From The Margin And At The Crossroads Of University, Church And Societypart 2. At The Crossroads Of University And Churchiv. More Room For Theology In The Church? A Critical-empathetic Reading Of <i>theology Today</i>v. The Swan Or The Dove? Concerning The Difficult Relation Between Theology And Philosophyvi. Mutual Interruption: Towards A Productive Tension Between Theology And Religious Sciencepart 3. Theology And Society: The C Of Catholicvii. Catholic Identity In A Post-christian And Post-secular Society: Four Avenues And A Step-by-step Planviii. Qualitative Pluralism As Hallmark Of Catholic Educationix. Religious Education Todayconclusionx. Why Benedict Xvi Resigned: Cognitive Dissonancebibliographyindex