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See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. Published on Nov 5, Notes for an introductory lecture on Pastoral Theology. SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Pastoral Theology. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this presentation? Why not share!

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No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Pastoral Theology 1. We will also list the many disciplines covered by Pastoral Theology, also called Practical Theology. That experience of faith brings us closer to God, to join a community of faith and to worship the Lord in community. It is through the experience of worship that the believer relates to the proclamation of the Word of God, to the celebration of ordinances or sacraments, and to the presence of the Holy Spirit.

The people learn fundamental theological principles through songs, biblical readings and sermons. Believers learn more quickly and remember more accurately the theology they learn through the elements of worship. It implies that the liturgy leads to theology. All this emphasizes the educational dimension of the worship experience. In addition, it explains why the Church produced faith creeds and confessions before developing theology manuals. But a theology far from social reality ends up being a timeless or a-historical theology that moves in the pure terrain of abstraction.

The practice, in itself, does not carry any ideological burden. However, it differs from mere practice at a crucial point: "Praxis" is an ideologically motivated practice which purpose is to cause a change in society, transforming thus reality. The Greek word praxis also derived from the verb prasso , modernly put into circulation from Marx, amounts to a revolutionary action that demands commitment and critical awareness, in the face of a radical change, from the mutation in the root of man or of society.

Now, pastoral action or ecclesial praxis is not labor or political praxis, neither it is a simple symbolic praxis. It is historical praxis. It is not mere practice, namely acceptance, compliance, repetition and inalterability. The end of all practical activity or of all praxis is the real transformation of the natural or social world, whose reality must be a new, more human and freer reality.

CF, "Praxis tries to transform the organization and direction of society, changing economic, political and social relations. There are counterrevolutionary transformative praxis that we could call anti-praxis or pseudo-praxis. To legitimize a praxis it is necessary to verify, evaluate and criticize it from ideological, economic and political perspectives that entail previous ethical options.

CF, "Therefore, without praxis of faith or without praxis in the light of faith there is no Christian self- understanding. Every person who preaches or teaches the faith, in a sense, does theology. In the same way, every song and every document written from and for the faith, to some extent, does theology. Is studies the central themes of the Christian faith, known as "doctrines" and also as "theological places" in Latin, "locus teologicus".

Ethics Social Ethics Moral 35 Pastoral Theology explores the various disciplines related to the pastoral work of the Church. Practical theology is theological science in relation to praxis. The pastoral function is equivalent to the ecclesial action of the people of God in the world. Before thinking one is, and before there is a Christian theology there is an ecclesial life of believers.

In other words, the Church would cease to be a Church without pastoral work understood as action. Without doctrine, the Church would not be as it should be. The doctrinal is not opposed to the pastoral, for both are necessary.

Pastoral agents are not mere executors of pastoral theology, but actors of it. Through their ecclesial practice, they do Pastoral Theology. In addition, it is our model for ministry. In a sense, there is only one ministry:That of Jesus. All we may do, we do as collaborators of Christ 2 Cor. Remember that the people who, even if thy do not know or recognize it, are still the "people of God. All the life and work of Jesus was praxis. Pastoral Theology seeks to foster an effective pastoral action that contributes to the transformation of society.

We must seek orthodoxy and orthopraxis, at the same time. CF, "Christianity can be considered and interpreted - and indeed it is - as a way of acting orthopraxis rather than as a way of thinking orthodoxy. Truth is not, then, what I capture distantly with my mind, but what I achieve with faithfullness, in a committed attitude. The verifying criterion of truth is effective love or charity, in union or solidarity between brothers and sisters.

Preachers testify about what they have "seen and heard and felt" 1 Jn. Preachers must bear witness to a life dedicated to pastoral praxis, celebrating the actions of love that seek the transformation of society, even the smallest victories. The Christian message is credible to the extent that believers engage in action for justice. It is a practitioner who believes in hope rather than a believer who practices a faith.

In short, a christian is a person who acts according to Jesus' praxis. It is powerful language that not only describes a reality, but creates new realities when the people believe the word and accept it as a divine message.

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