This article examines the problem of engaging in contextual theologies, particularly contextual Christologies, from the perspective of the Reformed theological tradition. It nevertheless sees the necessity of the Reformed tradition constantly attempting, within limitaitons, to engage in such contextual Christologies. It looks at two specific styles of contextual Christologies, one in realation to Islam and the other in relation to pre-literary religions, both in Indonesia. From this it draws conclusions about the dynamics of contextual Reformed Christologies.
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - Sept 2013|