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Question paper can be requested in Hindi version during registration. Multiple Choice Questions Part A1: Both practical theological case studies and more systematic spatial thinking on these issues are welcomed. A decisive perspective in the post-colonial reflection is not to view the colonized any more as victims, but as people with agency and in their full right to frame their own life, belonging and future. Then the practical theological questions will be both the kind of advocacy and the kind of practice coming out of the post-colonial turn in this field.
This might also lead to interesting discussion on whether post-colonizing the North also is a very relevant approach in this context. We particularly welcome papers that address the issue of reforming space with a special emphasis on migration as a case, but also papers relating reforming space more broadly to practical theology:. Embodiment is increasingly anticipated as a source of theology. In bodily actions and interactions, theological as well as cultural concepts and norms are enacted and these enactments may be the primary access to what a church, a congregation, a neighbourhood, or a family is.
The relationship between bodily actions and norms is vividly clear in the voices of bodies that are somehow queer according to standard and often implicit norms and that may have devastating experiences in the encounter with these norms.
The reformation of bodily practices within and outside of the churches stem from cultural developments in the recognition of the manifold bodies and bodily behaviours, from societal developments in the wake of migration and pluralisation, from theological developments prompted by the voices of hitherto minority or marginalised positions. Therefore we welcome papers that address the issue of reforming the body, reforming the church from different perspectives:.
Through these different perspectives on the body, the conference enlightens and discusses issues related to body both with respect to theological challenges and reformation processes and with respect to everyday practices and reformation of practices in local churches. The world needs reforming. Issues like social justice, climate change and citizenships are at the center of national and international politics. How do issues like these also reform theology and the identity and practices of practical theology?
Politics have been a core issue for theology. Traditions connected to trajectories from contextual theology, prophetic theology, public theology and a theology of the people have all tried to respond to issues like these.
But also in the more traditional traditions of Catholicism and Protestantism the question how politics reforms theology and how theology reforms politics is an important part of the current discussion. Concepts like the social teaching and the teaching of the two kingdoms are classical ways of discussing this.
In this section we therefore hope to contribute to the mutual reforming impact between politics and theology. The concrete issues could be many, but the core question needs to be an elaboration of how and in which way the contemporary issues of politics reform theology and vice versa. Has practical theology a specific contribution, does it aim at empowering the people, or restructuring the churches, or both or none of them?
The Nordic idea and practice of welfare for all in the society has been an example of negotiating resources, politics and values.
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