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‘And God Became Human’: Conversations within the Humanities

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Relocation implies recontextualisation. If the academic study of religion is to exploit its full potential, it needs to engage in conversation operating with similar terminologies. In this article it is argued that a critical awareness be developed for totalising terminologies; vestiges from a confessional or theological approach, that a sensitivity should be cultivated which could move away from a sui generis attitude. Guidelines for such a conversation are proposed.

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2005-12-01
2016-08-28

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