Does Theology need a Paradigm? Learning from Organization Science and Management Research

@inproceedings{Koster2005DoesTN,
  title={Does Theology need a Paradigm? Learning from Organization Science and Management Research},
  author={Egbert Koster},
  year={2005}
}
Due to the multitude of theological disciplines and the very different confessional backgrounds, theology shows an enormous diversity of approaches. From this fact of fragmentation, one may raise at least two questions. (1) Is the divergence in theology productive or does theology need consensus about methods, theories and assumptions? (2) Can a paradigm in theology be developed or does the nature of theology prevent such paradigmatic consensus? To answer these questions, theology may learn… CONTINUE READING

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