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How do you form theology out of life experience? Heather Walton’s new book is an inspiring guide. Easy to read but seriously challenging http://bit.ly/1pN63Fh
Author(s): Mark J. Cartledge, David Cheetham
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Intercultural Theology offers a set of groundbreaking essays that describe the nature of intercultural theology as a domain of theology that pays particular attention to the identity of non-western forms of Christianity in dialogue with western forms. It is theological discourse engaged in multi-disciplinary dialogue and therefore uses the insights from historical, socio-cultural, inter-religious and empirical studies. Intercultural theology is a development from previous discussions within mission studies, contextual theology, studies in world Christianity and Third World theology.
Mark J. Cartledge is Senior Lecturer in Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology and the Director of the Centre for Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK.