demonstrates the vital influence of Vatican II in promoting the development of African theology, particularly in three areas: inculturation
, liturgy, and Bible study.
The Asian bishops have called for an approach to evangelization that starts with an acknowledgment of "Asian realities," including poverty, the need for inculturation
and dialogue, and the status of Catholics as minority voices in most.
Thus the author demonstrates that when one examines intercultural communication in this context, it is important to view "Church as Communication" and "Church Between Cultures"-including contextualization, inculturation
, intercultural theology, dialogue, and pastoral implications.
Canonical Marriage Preparation in the Igbo Tradition in the Light of Canon 1063 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law: Canonical Norms and Inculturation
Hunt, The Gospel among the Nations: A Documentary History of Inculturation
Domesticating a Religious Import: The Jesuits and the Inculturation
of the Catholic Church in Zimbabwe, 1879-1980.
Plain and simple, this is inculturation
Although Ingraffia recognizes "modern rationalism" (237) as a form of inculturation
in theology, he, like Jacobs, still prefers it as an intellectual mode.
It is from this context that the task of inculturation
emerges, and it may easily be perceived that any attempt to redress the balance of cultural expression can itself potentially become subject to the pitfall of commodification.
I don't mean they should assimilate indiscriminately, but there has to be good inculturation
Plain and simply, this is inculturation
Mapping the Catholic Cultural Landscape (Fossey & Miller, 2004) is a series of essays compiled "to explore the inculturation
of the Catholic faith within a global perspective" (p.