Dogma en kultuur

Show simple item record Koekemoer, J.H. (Johannes Hendrik), 1935- 2012-02-10T06:18:11Z 2012-02-10T06:18:11Z 1996
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dc.description.abstract The necessity of a critical interpretation of dogma is evident among two lines. First, by its nature dogma is relative to the Word of God. Second, meanings, understanding and relevancies differ from one cultural setting to another. Dogmas should therefore be reinterpreted into new cultural frameworks. One implication of the recognition of cultural relativity is that it enables us to understand the important reason why theology has always been in a position of reformulation. The recognition of cultural relativity means that theologians recognise the need to be more modest, more open to theological discussion and more aware of cultural idolatry. en
dc.description.librarian wm2012 en
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dc.format.extent 12 pages en_US
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dc.identifier.citation Koekemoer, JH 1996, 'Dogma en kultuur', HTS Teologiese Studies/ Theological Studies, vol. 52, no. 4, pp. 734-745. af
dc.identifier.issn 0259-9422 (print)
dc.language.iso Afrikaans af
dc.publisher Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria en_US
dc.rights Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria en_US
dc.subject Religion and culture en
dc.subject.lcsh Church and the world en
dc.subject.lcsh Word of God (Christian theology) en
dc.subject.lcsh Theology, Doctrinal en
dc.title Dogma en kultuur af
dc.title.alternative Dogma and culture en_US
dc.type Article af

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