aTheology for me has always been about friendship a whether with students, postgraduate students, colleagues, ministers, ecumenical believers from different traditions, theologians from abroad, or simply books and publications, articles and sources ... This volume is a witness to some of these friends and some of these conversation partners, dead and alive, near and far, like-minded or from totally different backgrounds and persuasions, I have met over several decades and with whom I have been privileged to engage, doing theology.a Dirk J. SmitThis essay on ecumenical hermeneutics enters into conversation with Hansa Georg Gadamer who often used this ... his public speeches, and his publications are marked by what can be described as a conversationalist or dialogical ethos. ... informative and penetrating perspectives on the South African theological landscape, this volume of essays is highly recommended. This book is, ofcourse, only a sample (albeit an extensive sample) of Smita#39;s engagement with classical theologicalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Remembering Theologians - Doing Theology|
|Author||:||Dirkie Smit, Robert Vosloo|
|Publisher||:||AFRICAN SUN MeDIA - 2013-10-01|