Religious Pluralism

Public Theology

Today’s observance of the Memorial Day holiday in the U.S. has me thinking of the two past APT Biennial conferences on migration (2016) and on public theology (2014).  We invite you to comment below about your thoughts on the intersection … Continue reading

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Schleiermacher and “Religious Others”

Friedrich Schleiermacher has often been credited with being the most influential modern founder/articulator/theorist of practical theology. I do not wish to go into the strengths and limits of such a claim, but rather to call attention to a recent book … Continue reading

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