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Doing Theology in Public: An Engagement with Economic Rationalism

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This article is concerned with the process by which the reflective Christian may go about doing theology in a way that contributes to public issues affecting society. The particular method adopted by a person who is both theologian and citizen will depend on the nature of the society and Christianity’s status within that society. The article is concerned primarily with the transparency of a theological method that can operate effectively in the context of a pluralist society where social consensus is at issue. It uses the engagement with economic rationalism as a way of illustrating how such engagement in public discourse can occur.

Affiliations: 1: University of Auckland & Catholic Institute of Theology Auckland New Zealand


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