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Creating a Welcoming Space free pdf Creating a Welcoming Space is an invitation and a challenge for all believers. For Catholic Christians, it is a salient reminder that witness and proclamation happen in an environment of respect and growing understanding of other traditions. For those of other faith commitments, a welcoming space is the arena for dialogue and engagement where we can learn from and be enriched by one another. This fi ne collection of scholarly articles engages the concept of mission in a changing world where past approaches are assessed, and new challenges engaged, in a process of redefining the meaning and focus of mission in an increasingly secular but multicultural and religiously diverse world. Consideration of important questions is the driving force for research and among the questions addressed are: What theological resources does the church bring to bear in its engagement with a globalised world? Where and how do we do mission today? How does mission transform the missioner? How does Catholic theology relate to other religious traditions and cultures? Where are the welcoming spaces? How do we undertake mission in the context of human trafficking? In addition to these questions about mission, we have three delightful chapters exploring global and individual issues in mission and history. The book does more than raise powerful questions. It invites believers to ponder, to dialogue and to rethink. It does this by using the resources of faith and scholarship to probe our inherited legacy and to suggest possible directions by the address of contemporary contexts where the very foundation of our identity as Christians is put to the test. Our authors write from different contexts: Australia, Italy, Japan and the United States. Their engagement in these different contexts, and with a variety of cultures and faiths, give their scholarship a global point of reference that is essential for effective dialogue with both tradition and history. The chapters of this interesting and diverse text welcome us into a conversational space where we can engage our minds and hearts in search of greater truth in the service of lived faith in the one God who loves all. The Editors are all members of faculty at Yarra Theological Union, a College of the University of Divinity. Ross Fishburn is an Anglican priest, a systematic theologian, and Academic Dean of the College. Michael Kelly is a Catholic priest and a member of the Redemptorist Congregation. He is a pastoral theologian and educator, postgraduate coordinator at YTU, and Chair of the University Academic Board. Christopher Monaghan is a Catholic priest and a member of the Passionist Order. A Biblical Scholar, he is President of the College. Peter Price is a church historian and pastoral theologian. A married man, Peter rejoices in his family and his grandchildren.

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Author : Ross Fishburn
Publisher : Wipf
Data Published : 12 May 2015
ISBN : 1498230547
EAN : 9781498230544
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 264 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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