AAR 2013 Session: P23-202
Saturday, November 23rd, 1pm-4pm
Grand Ballroom West; Marriott Inn Harbor
How Do Polydoxy or Theological Hybridity Matter for Religious and Theological Studies?
This panel session will focus on the dynamics and challenges of theological hybridity or polydoxy present for teaching in religious studies and theological education, especially in light of practical theology. These papers will address spiritual or theological diversity and religious pluralism, interreligious and cross/multi-cultural worldviews, interculturalism, and interfaith dialogue as they are critical to our expanding globalism.
Thomas M. Beaudoin, Fordham University
Kathleen J. Greider, Claremont School of Theology
Emmanuel Y. Lartey, Emory University
Mary C. Boys, Union Theological Seminary
John J. Thatamanil, Union Theological Seminary
Business Meeting, Presiding:
Dale P. Andrews, Vanderbilt University