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Heinz Robert Schlette

Part of Missions: 1. Church and Mission 2. Salvation of the Non-Evangelized 3. Theological Problem of Adaptation 4. Non-Christian Missions 5. Missiology 1. Adaptation is not a notion of which the theological content has been definitely established. But it is concerned with the relationship of the

Donatus Pius Ukpong

, the church formulates prayers for the worship of God in a sacred assembly. The liturgy of the church is connected to the worship of the early church. The liturgical prayers of the church have undergone various moments of renewal and adaptation. These are regarded as the works of the Holy Spirit

Tim Meadowcroft

collaborating with them. 11 Adaptation and Differentiation These are never easy choices and there is no formula from Scripture that may be applied like a template to adaptation within a foreign and potentially hostile culture. There is always a tension between adaptation to culture and formation of sub

Joseph Masson

Part of Missions: 1. Church and Mission 2. Salvation of the Non-Evangelized 3. Theological Problem of Adaptation 4. Non-Christian Missions 5. Missiology The word “mission”, so frequently used today day, has many different meanings, even within its strictly religious and Catholic context. There is

Edward L. Murphy

Part of Missions: 1. Church and Mission 2. Salvation of the Non-Evangelized 3. Theological Problem of Adaptation 4. Non-Christian Missions 5. Missiology 1. Vatican II affirms that missionaries should have a special knowledge of missiology as well as a general theological training. The missionary

Karl Rahner

Part of Missions: 1. Church and Mission 2. Salvation of the Non-Evangelized 3. Theological Problem of Adaptation 4. Non-Christian Missions 5. Missiology There is an apparent contradiction between the “classical” motives of the mission and modern notions of an “implicit” Christianity and an

Josef Glaspk

Part of Missions: 1. Church and Mission 2. Salvation of the Non-Evangelized 3. Theological Problem of Adaptation 4. Non-Christian Missions 5. Missiology Though we here use the term “mission” for the efforts of non-Christians to spread their religions, we are aware that we are using it in a

Frank Hoare

130 Frank Hoare COMMUNITY POLARIZATION AROUND CULTURAL ADAPTATION IN THE LITURGY IN A FIJI INDIAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY* . Introduction Fiji is situated in the South Pacific Ocean about 1,500 miles north of New Zealand and 2,000 miles east of Australia. A colony of Britain from 1874 until 1970, it

Alex Mayfield

political pressures increased, the Church increasingly employed communist rhetoric within its internal documents. Inouye argues that the adoption of Maoist rhetoric was not a merely thin façade of adaptation by the Church. While dissent continued, her close source analysis and oral interviews reveal that

Wilmer Estrada Carrasquillo

for liberation theology. Tensions between adaptation or inculturation undergird African theology. Moreover, Asian theology, being the most religious region in the world, is very much known for their contributions to the theology of religions. I will conclude by sharing some final thoughts. First