Three Kinds of Publicness in Public Theology

in International Journal of Public Theology
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Across the different publics to which theology speaks, there are three forms of publicness that mark theological discourse: first, dialectical or argumentative reason; secondly, dialogical or hermeneutical reason with the Christian classics; thirdly, meditative reason as the final expression of our desire to know. This article provides a short exploration of each of these three forms of publicness.

Three Kinds of Publicness in Public Theology

in International Journal of Public Theology

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