4 edition of Crisis and change found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Cambridge Scholars Pub.|
|Publishers||Cambridge Scholars Pub.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|Religion, ethics and theology under change-- Jan-Olav Henriksen and Tage Kurtén Lutheran moral thinking: its dilemma in a late modern setting-- Tage Kurtén Am I my brothers keeper? Postmodern conditions for theological ethics-- Eskil Skjeldal Using their reproductive autonomy or buying their way out of moral dilemmas? The rhetorical construction of cross-border reproductive travel in and from the Nordic countries-- Lise Kanckos Post-secular alternative politics: the case of lArche-- Miika Tolonen The church does (not) apologize: the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Finland and the Civil War of 1918-- Heidi Jokinen Post-modernity and the de-secularization of Europe: an Eastern European perspective-- Vija Herefoss Post-secularity and post-Constantiniamism: the case of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Finland-- Patrik Hagman Contextuality and revelation: on the interplay between a postmodern focus on contextuality and the theological concept of Revelation-- Kristin Graff-Kallevåg The God of the unfinished: trust and distrust in Finno-Swedish poetry-- Carina Nynäs Aesthetics and language: transcending the dichotomy between aesthetics and language in the light of philosophy of Jacques Derrida-- Johannes Hvaal Solberg Contextuality and universality in post-modern philosophy of religion-- Asle Eikrem Old wine in new wineskins? On the lasting impact of critique of religion on the understanding of God in the theology of the twentieth century -- Jan-Olav Henriksen.|
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