Globalizing theology : belief and practice in an era of world christianity / [print] Craig Ott, Harold A. Hetland, editors. - Grand Rapids : Baker Pub. Group, (c)2006. - 1 online resource (382 pages) : illustrations

Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-374) and index.

Introduction: Globalization and Theology Today; Part 1: World Christianity and Theological Reflection; 1. Christian Theology in an Era of World Christianity; 2. Anthropological Reflections on Contextualizing Theology in a Globalizing World; 3. Globalization and the Study of Christian History; Part 2: Methodological Issues for Globalizing Theology; 4. "One Rule to Rule Them All?" Theological Method in an Era of World Christianity; 5. The Globalizing Hermeneutic of the Jerusalem Council 6. Creeds, Confessions, and Global Theologizing: A Case Study in Comparative Christologies7. The Glocal Church: Locality and Catholicity in a Globalizing World; 8. "Experience-Near Theologizing" in Diverse Human Contexts; Part 3: Implications of Globalizing Theology; 9. The Challenge of Economic Globalization for Theology: From Latin America to a Hermeneutics of Responsibility; 10. Globalization, Nationalism, and Religious Resurgence; 11. Bearing Witness in Rome with Theology from the Whole Church: Globalization, Theology, and Nationalism; 12. Theological Implications of Globalizing Missions 13. Globalizing Theology and Theological Education14. The Missionary as Mediator of Global Theologizing; Conclusion: Globalizing Theology; Reference List; Contributors

Internationally recognized scholars offer a groundbreaking look at the powerful force of globalization and what it means for the church.

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Globalization--Religious aspects--Christianity.

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