The future of theology in Europe. Report on the Consultation of the Theological Faculties in Europe Graz
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Austria, 4-7 July 2002. Geneva, 2003. 115 p. The ecumenical movement and theological education have always been closely related but not always in positive ways! It is in their theological institutions that so much of the confessional identity of the different churches is enshrined, entrusted as they are with the maintenance and handing on from generation to generation of the respective confessional thought and ethos. At times, for all the emphasis in principle upon the need to give students and especially ordinands an awareness of the universal church, in practice too many pastors, educators and church leaders have emerged from their theological formation with no real understanding of other confessions or the human issues which all churches and Christians having to face together in the oikumene, the one inhabited world which God made and loves.Table of Contents Foreword Rev. Dr. Keith Clements, CEC General Secretary Report on the Conference Programme Prof. Dr. Viorel lonita, CEC Study Secretary Timetable The Future of Theology in Europe: Confessional/ Ecumenical/Pluralistic Dr. Egon Kapellan, Diocesan Bishop of Graz-Seckau, Austria Theses on the Future of Theology in Europe Bärbel Wartenberg-Potter, Bishop of Holstein-Lübeck, Germany Theology in Europe Metropolitan Michael of Austria Theology and Religious Studies: Sense and Nonsense of a Conflict Prof. Dr. Konstantin Delikostantis, Greece Theology/Religious Studies Prof. Dr. Sven-Erik Brodd, Sweden "VocationaC'/Academic Education Prof. Dr. Duncan B. Forrester, Scotland (UK) On Designing Academic Theological Education Prof. Dr. Michael Beintker, Germany Final Declaration к List of participants 108
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