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  • Author:
    Robin Gill
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    0225665220
  • ISBN13:
    978-0225665222
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    Geoffrey Chapman (1987)
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    424 pages
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Theology & Sociology book. Robin Gill is Emeritus Professor of Applied Theology

Theology & Sociology book. Robin Gill is Emeritus Professor of Applied Theology. He has published extensively in sociological theology, the sociological study of churches, Christian and religious ethics, and health care ethics.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. The time is right to revisit the dialogue between theologians and sociologists. In his new trilogy on Sociological Theology, Robin Gill makes a renewed contribution to the mapping of three abiding ways of relating theology and sociology, with the three volumes covering: Theology in a Social Context; Theology Shaped by Society; Society Shaped by Theology.

Text: Theology and Sociology: A Reader by Robin Gill. Main Points: Gill: he argues that the sociology of religion is not a value-free science following a purely descriptive model. It should offer a prognosis or a prescription as well. He offers a new approach to combine social reductionism with a theological position. The scholar can describe but also prescribe. Gill does not support positivists or functional analysts but argues there is an interaction between theology and society. He calls his approach praxis theology, an examination of the dynamic relationship between faith and practice

Contents: Introduction; Part I Theology and Sociology: Three sociological approaches to theology; The critique of religious sociology; Explanation in sociology and theology; Theologians as amateur sociologists; Plausibility structures and theology; Societal assumptions in a theological debate. Part II Sociological Challenges to Theological Assumptions: Relative convictions; Fundamentalist convictions; Impending convictions.

Find nearly any book by Robin Gill. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Theology and Sociology - A Reader. ISBN 9780225665222 (978-0-225-66522-2) Softcover, Geoffrey Chapman, 1987. Find signed collectible books: 'Theology and Sociology - A Reader'. Theology Shaped by Society: Sociological Theology Volume 2 (Routledge Contemporary Ecclesiology).

Theology Shaped by Society argues that theology can be seen as a 'socially constructed reality' that is. .Gill examines mission shaped by society and maps this in practical terms by examining recent religious trends in York.

Theology Shaped by Society argues that theology can be seen as a 'socially constructed reality' that is sometimes dangerously related to power but, at other times, is a positively engaged discipline taking the risk of being shaped by particular societies and cultures. From this second perspective theology is seen properly as a thoroughly relational discipline, as itself a social system. Gill examines mission shaped by society and maps this in practical terms by examining recent religious trends in York

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Theology and Sociology - Free download as PDF File . xt) or read online for free. Theology and Sociology. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Biblical Studies and Sociology a) What are the problems of the so-called ‘sociological interpretation of the bible’? (this can be restricted to either the Old or New Testaments). Fernando Belo, A materialist reading of the Gospel of Mark, Orbis, 1981. David Chalcraft (e., Social-scientific Old Testament criticism, Sheffield, 1997. John Elliott, Social scientific criticism of the New Testament, SPCK, 1995.

Theology Shaped by Society argues that the sociology of knowledge can make an important contribution to theology.

424p paperback with green card cover, text divided into sections, notes by previous reader inserted in back, clean copy, well preserved