Den Praktiske Teologis grundlagsspørgsmål

  • Bent Flemming Nielsen
Nøgleord: Practical theology, epistemology, theory and practice, theological education and church life, externality of the Word, Lutheran liturgy, interpretation and experience

Resumé

Two German habilitations dealing with practical-theological
epistemology are reviewed. Fritz Lienhard’s book theorizes the theorypractice
relation between academic research and church life advocating a theological ‘central perspective’ for a fruitful use of different methodologies of research. The book’s preoccupation with modern hermeneutics is questioned through a reference to P. Bourdieu’s theory of practice. Alexander Deeg’s book on the liturgical tradition of German Lutheranism renews a wide discussion of the Lutheran conceptualism of the externality of the Word. The book suggests a new term, ‘WortKult’, to denote the complexity of the Lutheran Worship, which includes both interpretation of words and aesthetic mediated experience of presence.

Publiceret
2014-05-10
Citation/Eksport
Nielsen, B. (2014). Den Praktiske Teologis grundlagsspørgsmål. Dansk Teologisk Tidsskrift, 77(2), 162-169. https://doi.org/10.7146/dtt.v77i2.105711
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