THE BIBLE AND THE STRUGGLE (FOR POWER)

Pieter G R de Villiers

Abstract


After, in the first part of this essay, contextual theologies are defined, theologies are grouped together which seem to be different, but which are in fact all, generally speaking, contextual in nature. Then misunderstandings about and difference between contextual theologies are analysed. Finally, in focus on the use of the Bible, the problems of contextual theologies’ readings of the Bible are discussed.

Keywords


Contextual theology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/45-0-1643

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