This chapter looks at the nature of public theology. It surveys the varied backgrounds and the development of the category of public theology. It then goes on to outline and to analyse the six major forms of public theology, and concludes with evaluation of how these forms are used.
|Title of host publication||Contextuality and Intercontextuality in Public Theology|
|Subtitle of host publication||Proceedings from the Bamburg Conference 23.-25.06.2011|
|Editors||Heinrich Bedford-Strohm, Florian Höhne, Tobias Reitmeier|
|Place of Publication||Zürich and Münster|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
Haire, I. (2013). The Place of Public Theology between Theology and Public Policy. In H. Bedford-Strohm, F. Höhne, & T. Reitmeier (Eds.), Contextuality and Intercontextuality in Public Theology: Proceedings from the Bamburg Conference 23.-25.06.2011 (pp. 39-51). Lit Verlag.