Fb2 Strings: A Comparative View ePub
by Phyllis Skoldberg
|Publisher:||Tichenor Pub (September 1, 1982)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1393 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1474 kb|
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by Phyllis Skoldberg. Published September 1982 by Tichenor Pub.
by Phyllis Skoldberg.
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Comparative theology is a relatively new discipline within theology, which holds together "comparative" and "theology" in creative tension
Comparative theology is a relatively new discipline within theology, which holds together "comparative" and "theology" in creative tension. It represents a particular type of theological practice committed to deep interreligious learning ("comparative") while staying rooted in a particular religious tradition ("theology"). Moreover, while many of its proponents come from the Christian religious tradition, it can have as a starting point the theology of any religious tradition.
Scholten Johannes Henricus. Excerpt from book: COMPARATIVE VIEW. The conception of religion presupposes, a, God as object; b, man as subject; c, the mutual relation existing between them.
Johannes Henricus Scholten. A Comparative View of Religions. One fee. Stacks of books. Johannes Henricus Scholten.
In the terminology used in the reference book of Smith and Nair (2005), VMMs are typically assumed to satisfy the equivalence and resource control properties, and those additionally meeting the performance property are called efficient VMMs.