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Concilium 2019/1

The City and Global Development: Beyond the North-South Paradigm

Concilium 2019/1

The City and Global Development: Beyond the North-South Paradigm

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334031529
Published: 19/02/2019

Part One: Humanity on the Move

The Century of Cities: Pathways Towards Sustainability
DIRK MESSNER

 

Part Two: Theological Reflections on Urbanisation and its Challenges

Christians as Troublemakers in the City: Initial Experiences and Visions on the Value of Christian Faith for Shaping Society
MARTIN EBNER

Learning to Live a Life of Hospitality: Theological Foundations for Proclaiming the Faith in the Cultural Plurality of Big Cities
MARGIT ECKHOLT

Transforming Our Cities: Public Role of Faith and Theology
FELIX WILFRED

 

Part Three: Ethical Reflections on Urbanisation and its Challenges

Cities and their Global Responsibility: Reflections on Social Ethics from a German Perspective
MICHELLE BECKA

A View from Manila
DANIEL FRANKLIN PILARIO

Globalisation, Urbanisation, and the Common Good
LINDA HOGAN

 

Part Four: The Praxis of Creating Humane Spaces

Liberating Urban Development and the South African Church: A Critical Reflection in Conversation with David Korten and Gustavo Gutierrez
STEPHAN DE BEER

The Contribution of Civil Society Organisations to Transformation: Consequences for the Work of NGOs – Misereor
GEORG STOLL

Living with Dignity and Peace: Social Mobilization for Housing Rights and the Right to the City
LORENA ZÁRATE

The Third Paradise
MARCO KUSUMAWIJAYA

The Periphery in the Centre
LUIZ KOHARA

 

Part Five: Theological Forum

The Death Penalty, Church Teaching and the Development of Dogma: Reflections on Pope Francis’ Change to the Catechism
MICHAEL SEEWALD

 

 

Concilium is currently published in six languages and can claim to be the most-widely read theological journal in the world.

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Linda Hogan, Alina Krause, Markus Büker