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Author(s): Helen Cameron, Deborah Bhatti, Catherine Duce
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Talking about God in Practice details the challenges and complexities of real theological conversations with practitioners, whilst providing an example of appropriate process, and a model of theological understanding by which to negotiate these complexities fruitfully.
Part 1: The Problem and Emerging Responses
1. The Problem of Talking about God in Practice
2. Practical Theology as a Response
3. Action Research as a Response
Part 2: A Fresh Response
4. Characteristics of Theological Action Research
Part 3: Theological Action Research: The Process Explained
5. What Is Theological Action Research?
6. Who Do We Need to Be to Do Theological Action Research?
7. Setting up Theological Action Research
8. Doing Theological Action Research
9. Reflection Leading to Renewed Practice and Theology
Part 4: Worked Examples of Theological Action Research
10. Theological Action Research in a Parish
11. Theological Action Research in a Diocese
12. Theological Action Research with a Faith-Based Agency
Part 5: Theological Action Research: An Initial Evaluation
13. Evaluating Theological Action Research: Learning Points in Theology and Method
Dr Helen Cameron is Director of the Oxford Centre for Ecclesiology and Practical Theology at Ripon College Cuddesdon. Deborah Bhatti is a theologian and writer based in London. Catherine Duce is the ARCS Field Worker, based at Heythrop College, University of London. The Revd Dr James Sweeney is Senior Lecturer in Pastoral Theology and Head of Department of Pastoral & Social Studies, Heythrop College, University of London. Dr Clare Watkins is a theologian and writer, based in Cambridge.
"Far from being choppy, this team-based approach to theological writing has produced a clear, smooth, and approachable text. This is an excellent theological approach for researchers, church leaders, and both graduate and undergraduate students to explore, which advances earlier see-judge-act models." - The Reverend Jonathan C. Roach.