STYLES OF THEOLOGICAL DIALOGUE

Bernard Lategan

Abstract


The meeting of context, also in theological discourse, inevitably results in the development of some form of dialogue.  Theological discourse is characterized by a series of variables, related to different aspects of such a dialogue.  The article explores one subset of variables, namely the style or mode of theological discourse and discusses their relationship with other aspect of such a dialogue.  A proposal is made for an interactive, constructive mode of theological discourse in the public arena.

Keywords


Theological Dialogue; Theological discourse

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/57-0-1578

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