BOUND TO DIFFER? WESLEY KORT ON THEOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES

Dirkie Smit

Abstract


Can theological difference be solved?  Wesley Kort, in his recent study Bound to differ, argues that they cannot – and should not.  He rejects four well-known attempts to deal with theological differences, namely praxis theology, hermeneutical theology, ecumenical theology, and narrative theology.  He does this on the basis of his own choice for and defense of discourse analysis.

Keywords


Wesley Kort; theological differences; discourse analysis; Christian theology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/63-0-1507

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