Week 10 – Models…Theology: Bevans; Conclusion

After being caught up in thinking of my life and experiences in the lenses of the models contained in this book, it was refreshing to be reminded by Bevan’s that these aren’t hard and fast. Models can be hybridized, so to speak, with each other, and each may be appropriate at different times and contexts. I suppose that my only raised eyebrow in this section came from his opinion of western secular culture and the church’s need to critique it. I’m not sure I understand how the western context would be limited to that, or why it wouldn’t be approached from a less critical standpoint as some of the other models are founded.


~ by Brian Shope on March 11, 2008.

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