Teaching practical theology: Implications for theological education with reference to Lonergan's theoretical framework
Collins, John Francis and Carroll, Sandra. (2011). Teaching practical theology: Implications for theological education with reference to Lonergan's theoretical framework. Australian Ejournal of Theology. 18(2), pp. 166 - 174.
|Authors||Collins, John Francis and Carroll, Sandra|
This paper argues that the effective teaching of theology is enhanced when the theological educator is aware of the educational implications of the task. The implementation of appropriate teaching-learning strategies can facilitate student engagement and shift student horizons. Drawing on the work of Bernard Lonergan this paper explores the notion of teaching to promote a shift in students’ intellectual, moral and religious horizons. Lonergan’s thought and the student centred strategies of feminist theologian Rebecca Chopp are suggested as helpful approaches for teaching practical theology.
|Journal||Australian Ejournal of Theology|
|Journal citation||18 (2), pp. 166 - 174|
|Publisher||School of Theology, Australian Catholic University|
|Web address (URL)||http://aejt.com.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/374488/AEJT10.09_Formatted_Collins_and_Carroll_Teaching_Practical_Theology.pdf|
|Open access||Open access|
|Page range||166 - 174|
|Research Group||School of Theology|
|Place of publication||Australia|
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