Zum Erzählen biblischer Geschichten

In this contribution the author further elaborates on research he has done on the question of what kind of faith may prove communicable and viable in a post-theistic culture (cf. Schütze 2012). He develops ideas on which practice of telling biblical stories may correspond to a tentative, critical an...

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Published in:Theo-Web
Main Author: Schütze, Stefan 1962-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:German
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Published: [2015]
In:Theo-Web
Year: 2015, Volume: 14, Issue: 1, Pages: 69-82
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Summary:In this contribution the author further elaborates on research he has done on the question of what kind of faith may prove communicable and viable in a post-theistic culture (cf. Schütze 2012). He develops ideas on which practice of telling biblical stories may correspond to a tentative, critical and post-metaphysical religion. He suggests following this intention by conveying the mytho-poetical 'added value' of biblical stories, which could paradigmatically be realised by adopting and extending Neidhart's concept of the 'narrative frame'. His aim is to pave the way to a critical, symbolic and multidimensional understanding of biblical stories, even with children, without overstraining them neither religiously nor emotionally nor cognitively. (English)
ISSN:1863-0502
Contains:Enthalten in: Theo-Web