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Dave D. Capucao
Within the context of the Duthc civil religion and the diverse reactions to it by contemporary Catholic believers, this book investigates the extent to which religious attitudes, i.e. attituted towards God, Jesus, Spirit, salvation, and church,. have an effect on ethnocentrism.
Edited by Leslie J Francis, Mandy Robbins and Jeff Astley
Drawing on the insights of Catholic and Protestant scholars, this collection of essays advances new insight into the theory, practice and relevance of empirical research in theology.
Maurice Matendechere Sakwa
By integrating cultural, political, social and economic factors the book empirically affirms, the importance of culture, represented by religious values, in the fight against poverty and that political and economic attitudes have a role to play in the development process.
Edited by Heinz Streib
Religion inside and outside Traditional Institutions combines conceptual reflection, methodological proposals, and research results that help to understand contemporary religious praxis. These contributions to empirical theology thereby adopt a perspective which includes religious praxis outside ...
Edited by Hans Schilderman
Discourse in Ritual Studies offers an introduction into the study of public worship from the perspective of ritual studies.The contributing authors confront an action-oriented and empirical approach of ritual studies with perennial and normative questions that characterize the study of liturgy.
This book reports on a theoretical and empirical study of spiritual care as a profession in health care. Central issues in spiritual care are analysed and the attitudes of Dutch spiritual caregivers towards these issues are investigated. The book discusses some challenges for the future.
The volume entails a well-documented empirical study of attitudes of clergy and lay personnel in the Dutch Roman-Catholic Church regarding church, sacraments and spirituality, which are studied as positive or negative motifs to engage in professional policies of their profession.
Edited by Dirk-Martin Grube and Peter Jonkers
The relationship between religion and contingency is investigated historically and systematically. Its historical part comprises analyses of important philosophers’ interpretation of this relationship, viz. that of Leibniz, Kant, Lessing, Jaspers, and Heidegger. Its systematic part analyses how ...
Edited by Chris A. M. Hermans and Mary E. Moore
The contributors of this volume reflect on the writings of Hans van der Ven on the foundations of practical theology, the empirical paradigm within practical theology, and specific subdisciplines within practical theology, especially religious education, moral education, church development and ...
Edited by Johannes A. van der Ven and Michael Scherer-Rath
In this publication, researchers and academics from South Africa, Great Britain, Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands provide theoretical explanations and examples of empirical research with regard to the fundamental question of the role of theological normativity in empirical research in ...
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