- From Latin con- "together" and textual "of a written document". (Wiktionary)
“Normally, however, the time for that kind of contextualization is not available, and the challenges of teaching the poem in lower-division courses are actually more interesting to discuss, if not always to face.”
“Unfortunately, "proper" contextualization is culture and nation dependent.”
“Contextualization: to some it equals syncretism, but contextualization is Christianity in context.”
“Yet contextualization is more than a refusal to conflate.”
“Through reportedly very effective in working with Muslims, the method has detractors who say it crosses a line between "contextualization" -- embracing Christianity in ways that are culturally relevant in a given society -- and "syncretism" -- a fusion of two different belief systems that cannot be reconciled with biblical Christianity.”
“He added that confusion might have been avoided had such a statement been issued sooner "or had L'Osservatore Romano provided this kind of contextualization for its excerpting of the book.”
“Still others, sometimes called "Messianic Muslims," reject teachings of Islam that directly contradict the Bible -- like the teaching that Jesus did not die on the cross -- but do not view or describe themselves as Christians. in 2007 regarding "contextualization" of church-planting methods among unreached people groups.”
“For the past few years the issue of "contextualization" has been intensely discussed and debated.”
“Still others, sometimes called "Messianic Muslims," reject teachings of Islam that directly contradict the Bible -- like the teaching that Jesus did not die on the cross -- but do not view or describe themselves as Christians. guidelines in 2007 regarding "contextualization" of church-planting methods among unreached people groups.”
“I know people who think that "contextualization" is a dirty word.”
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