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Critical Theological Reflection

Critical Theological Reflection

100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood MELBOURNE

Build your ministry as you learn to apply reflection on practice by exploring issues, undertaking theological reflection and articulating processes and outcomes.

The two-week course will be taught by Dr Helen Cameron Head of Public Affairs for the UK with the Republic of Ireland Territory. Helen promotes and defends the work of The Salvation Army with politicians and policy makers in the interests of greater social justice. She is the author of a number of books, including Researching Practice in Mission and Ministry and Just Mission: Practical Politics for Local Churches. She will bring her vast experience in education and work on theological reflection to help you evaluate two distinct approaches to theological reflection, the Pastoral Cycle and the Four Voices Model.

Don't miss this opportunity to be part of a course designed to stimulate your engagement with context, tradition, Scripture, justice and power.

Critical Theological Reflection: Context, Voices and Processes
DP2305B | DP3305B | DP9305B

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Your theology will emerge from your practice. If you look back over a typical week and you see how you spent your time, you can start to ask yourself some theological questions: Why am I doing what I’m doing? Dr Helen Cameron

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