Whose Experience Counts in Theological Reflection?

Whose Experience Counts in Theological Reflection?

Whose Experience Counts in Theological Reflection?

Whose Experience Counts in Theological Reflection?

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The 1982 Pere Marquette Lecture, thirteenth in a series since the Tercentenary Celebration of the missions and explorations of Père Jacques Marquette, S.J. (1637-1675). The Marquette University Theology Department, founded in 1952, launched these annual lectures by distinguished theologians under the title of the Pere Marquette Lectures in 1969.

The 1982 lecture was delivered at Marquette University on April 18, 1982, by Dr. Monika Hellwig, theology professor at Georgetown University, lecturer and author of numerous books on faith and theology. Her latest book, Understanding Catholicism, (1981) examines the role in theology of the faith-experience of neglected minorities within the Church, such as women and blacks, and of others (the non- specialist, the poor and the oppressed) whose experience remains unexpressed or unexpressible in official theology.

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