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Christliche Religion und ihre Sinnformen der Selbstbeschreibung
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Christliche Religion und ihre Sinnformen der Selbstbeschreibung

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In terms of the constructivist-orientated sociology of knowledge the social change of Christian... mehr
Christliche Religion und ihre Sinnformen der Selbstbeschreibung
In terms of the constructivist-orientated sociology of knowledge the social change of Christian religion turns out to be a reconstruction of central forms of knowledge. Mission and Ecumenism are two cornerstones of this development. This will be demonstrated using Protestantism as an example. While the recourse on the notion of mission is enabling Christian religion to objectify itself as an integrative world religion against its societal environment, the Ecumenical leitmotif focuses on the denominational fragmented inner relations. Thereby Mission and Ecumenism are not only acting as semantics of self-description. As distinct knowledge systems they are also standing for a programmatic change of the theological reservoir of knowledge.