Collaborative practical theology : engaging practitioners in research on Christian practices / by Henk de Roest.Material type: TextSeries: Theology in practice ; v. 8.Publication details: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, Description: 1 online resource (x, 371 p.)ISBN:
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- BV4 .R64 2020
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
PART 1 The Valorisation of Practical Theology -- CHAPTER 1: Valorising Practical Theology Enhancing the Practical Relevance of Research -- CHAPTER 2: Knowledge Transfer in Practical Theological Education Seven Instructive Curriculum Reforms -- CHAPTER 3: Continuing Education in Community Lifelong Learning in Communities of Practice -- CHAPTER 4: The Scope of Practical Theology Practices, Addressees, and Relation to Theology and the Social Sciences.
PART 2 Collaborative Research Approaches and Methods in Practical Theology -- CHAPTER 5: Know-Why, Know-How and Know-What The Crisis of Routines and the Practitioner’s Needs for Knowledge and Skills -- CHAPTER 6: Collaborative Research in Practical Theology Rationales for Collaborative Approaches -- CHAPTER 7: Doing Research in Community A Multiplicity of Collaborative Research Practices -- CHAPTER 8: Collaborative Research in Practical Theology: Nuances and Limitations Constraints to Participation -- CHAPTER 9: Taking the Initiative: Practitioners Doing Collaborative Research Communities of Practice Becoming Research Communities.
"Collaborative Practical Theology documents and analyses research on Christian practices conducted by academic practical theologians in collaboration with practitioners of different kinds in Christian practices all around the world. These practitioners include professional practitioners, everyday believers, volunteers and students in theological education. The book offers rationales for setting up joint investigation groups with different 'communities of practice', describes a wide range of collaborative research strategies and methods and also has a clear eye for their limitations. In Christian practices faith is mediated, enacted and nurtured. The aim of the book is to improve the utility of theological research on these practices. It communicates the vision that academic research is for the people of God in today's world"--
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