5 edition of Models of theological reflection found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Raymond F. Collins.|
|LC Classifications||BX1913 .C614 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|ISBN 10||0819136611, 081913662X|
|LC Control Number||83021733|
Elaine Graham, Heather Walton and Frances Ward in published the first of two books on theological reflection, examining seven models or types with reference to origins, application and future development. Theological Reflection: Methods, was published by SCM Press and is available from and Note that some prints have the title “Theological Reflection. The SCM Studyguide to Theological Reflection fills a gap in the market by providing an accessible guide to the subject for all who embark on it for the first time. The book offers newcomers a step by step introduction to understanding what theological reflection is and helps them to explore which of the methods introduced best suits them and their particular situation.
Models of theological reflection are not intended to be straightjackets, which force us to explore complicated topics by moving through various stages in a pre-arranged fashion. The models of theological reflection, which will be considered in this session, should be seen as explanatory models. Correlation (Theological reflection takes place through a process of conversation or correlation between Christian revelation and the surrounding culture); “Theology-in-Action”: Praxis (God is active in history and the task of discipleship is to work for justice in solidarity with the suffering of the world); “Theology in the Vernacular”: Local Theologies (The gospel finds expression across different cultural historical and .
In Richard Osmer's book Practical Theology: An Introduction, he outlines a four-fold model of theological reflection. Osmer's aim is primarily to equip congregational leaders in theological interpretation in ministry. Osmer's four tasks are: The descriptive-empirical task asks, ‘What is going on?' - gathering information The interpretive task asks, ‘Why is it going on?' - drawing on. Lonergan-Method in 2 Functional Specialties Description 5. Foundations Identifies what being converted means to one’s knowledge, one’s morality, one’s holiness. Defines key theological categories for theological reflection. 6. Doctrines Identifies the truths and values held by File Size: KB.
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Book Condition: Paperback. Ex-College Library with usual filing sticker on spine and filing card/folder on inside cover. Ex-College Library with usual filing sticker on spine and filing card/folder on inside : Paperback. Models of Theological Reflection | Raymond F. Collins | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. Theological reflection is a model and method that will assist us in that process of integration. This book offers an understanding of theological reflection—a model and a method.
It will not only illustrate how readers may use theological reflection in their own spiritual development but will also show how to facilitate the process with others/5(15).
There is movement through phases (i.e. theological reflection is always a bundle of actions). There are different ways to describe these phases or bundles of actions.
Action – Reflection or Praxis – Theory – Praxis - We move back and forth from action in the world to reflection on that action, and. Models of Theological Reflection: Theory and Praxis John Trokan College of Mount St.
Joseph Follow this and additional works at: This Article is brought to you for free with open access by the School of Education at Digital Commons at. Theological Reflection: Three Models Theological reflection was first pioneered by Evelyn and James Whitehead in their book Method in Ministry.
They proposed the practice of theological reflection to provide a way for seminary students to relate their experiences in field work to their theological studies in the classroom. “Deliberative theological reflection carries us forward when our embedded theology proves inadequate.” Theological reflection is a creative process which means that the output of parallel synthetic thinking is integrated with the conceptual constructs of sequential thinking and vice versa.
THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION - WORKSHEETS Based on the book, "The Art of Theological Reflection" by Patricia O'Connell Killen and John De Beer Crossroad Publishing, New York, 1 REFLECTION SHEET 1 - THE HEART OF THE MATTER Describe the incident, event, or encounter in the space below or on a separate sheet, perhapsFile Size: KB.
Common Lesson Two Methods of Theological Reflection Supporting Materials Theological Reflection is at the heart of the Education for Ministry program. Through The Four-Source Model Theological Reflection in a Group Primary Aspects of Theological Reflection An Example of Theological Reflection.
06/05 2. File Size: KB. Boud’s triangular representation (Figure 2) can be viewed as perhaps the simplest model. This cyclic model represents the core notion that reflection leads to further learning. Although it captures the essentials (that experience and reflection lead to learning).
Many models for doing theological reflection include discussions of the praxis circle or spiral as the process for doing reflection. This is the outline for one model which includes 6 stages that the group moves through during their experience.
People may enter this spiral at any point; but each step is important for reflection to be Size: KB. Complete the second theological reflection in the journal (p.4). Write or print clearly in the journal or.
Use the form on the web to complete the theological reflection. If you type the reflection, please limit it to no more than 2 pages, 12 point type. it requires meaning.
From this perspective theological reflection is about meaning-making. Two models in theological reflection and assessment in spiritual care in particular relate to functional theology as the process of meaning-making: 1. theological themes A theme describes a pattern of interaction between a person and his or herFile Size: 87KB.
Those familiar with the concept ‘theological reflection’ tend to divide into two camps: for and against. I count myself blessed to be in the ‘for’ camp: it was my privilege to be trained in theological reflection by the editor of this material, to the point where I too consider theological reflection to be habitus (p), an integral reflexive element of my daily life.
There are different models for ‘doing’ theological reflection, each in keeping with the ends that it serves. All hold that the act of reflecting theologically is critical to an informed faith and instrumental in fashioning faith-filled action in the world.
All share these three elements in common: experience - reflection - response. ExperienceFile Size: 17KB. This is a general guide that I use in grading theological reflection papers (“rubric”). A reflection paper, here, assumes an appreciable knowledge of or scholarly interest in a larger category of learning and, thus, an aptitude to interact with others in the field.
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Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Raymond F Collins. Find more information about: ISBN:. The Pastoral Cycle Theological reflection is a process of coming to know God through reflecting on God’s world in the light of resources from the tradition.
The process can be described as follows: Going round the circle from the top, the key stages are: 1 paying attention to the situation, to my point(s) of view, to other points of Size: KB. Liberation Theology as an Analytical Reflection on Praxis, and Where Theology and Humankind Embrace One among the most important Christian theological developments within the past years is liberation theology.
The doctrine's advocates regard it as a novel means to 'do theology', rather than a subfield of theology. The key claim of this book is that theological reflection, beginning with experience, is a method of integration and that pastoral supervision is a vehicle for theological reflection.
In establishing this claim, John Paver demonstrates that the model and method have potential to be a catalyst for reform within theological colleges and seminaries. “The place of personal experience in theological reflection” Including a) discussion of the part personal experience plays in practical theological research, and b) a critical comparison of some major approaches to theological reflection, and on this basis develop your own preferred method.
Rev. Gordon Wild DT Dr. Simon Holt 10/11/File Size: KB.Stephen B Bevans's Models of Contextual Theology has become a staple in courses on theological method and as a handbook used by missioners and other Christians concerned with the Christian tradition's understanding of itself in relation to culture.
First published in and now in its seventh printing in English, with translations underway into Spanish, Korean, and Indonesian, Bevans's book Reviews: 1.Theological reflection simply refocuses all that thinking to encourage a stronger sense of relationship with God, asking, “Where does God fit into the picture?” I have outlined seven steps for theological reflection, six done as a personal reflection and the seventh in a group setting: Step 1: Identify an event or situation on which to reflect.