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Sebastian Kim

as Christian Scripture vividly reminds us, ‘justice and peace will kiss each other’ (Ps. 85.10). Doing public theology requires finding ways for the Christian community to exercise and integrate these two aspects of peace and justice in reality. Th is is particularly pertinent in the present day

Called to Become a Blessing

The Story of Abraham’s Vocation and Public Mission

Martin Prudký

curses you I will curse; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed. ( nrsv , Gen. 12:1–3) Introduction With regard to the question of how biblical traditions contribute to the current debate about God in the public domain, I would like to present some observations about the

William Myatt

appropriate approach to divine knowledge than rationality alone: ‘We now know only in part; beyond our present knowledge there is a dazzling and attractive mystery which we are called to live and love. Love is the one thing that lasts forever . . . and in love all things find their fulfilment’. 14

Edited by Rudolf von Sinner and Ronaldo de Paula Cavalcante

The most common question one hears in Brazil when speaking about public theology is: ‘what is it?’ It seems to be something rather cumbersome to understand. Alternatively, it seems to tell merely the obvious: of course, Christianity and theology are public, strongly present in everyday life and

Chris Budden

indigenous theology and the writings that exist already. Th e theological conversation in Brisbane began in the present experience of the struggle to survive. It was a conversation that reflected those theological projects concerned for praxis, the way theology and social reality is described by those with

Pan-chiu Lai and Zhibin Xie

theology being done in the Chinese context while also identifying the problems it faces. It is also time to consider its particular contributions to the global discussion that surrounds public theology. This special issue of the journal is seeking to present a series of theological responses to the

Kevin Carnahan

in the United States may be located in a revision of how we conceive of religion itself. The marginalization of religion that Toulouse sees in present day Canada was, Cady notes, one of the problems in the United States that public theology was created to address. In the time since public theology

Esther McIntosh

shared out and thus cease to be privi- E. McIntosh / International Journal of Public Th eology 4 (2010) 1–4 3 leges. Further, Isasi-Díaz employs the notion of ‘present-future’ to explain that reconciliation must override revenge as a feature of justice: reconciliation occurs in the fl eeting present

Sebastian Kim

concepts to his assessment of defini- tions presented by four theologians of public theology: Duncan Forrester, Max Stackhouse, Jürgen Moltmann and Stanley Hauerwas. He argues that Edwards’ ethics of virtue has significant insights to offer in forming public theology by 7) Ibid. 8) See Christian Ethics

William Buhrman

academic disciplines present high barriers to acquiring insights about a field other than one’s own. The designation “social sciences” is itself a term of convenience. Each of the chapters in fact represent quite distinct academic areas that share a commitment to the evaluation of empirical evidence. It is