AuthorsGraham, Elaine L.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis journal articles examines in depth the claim that practical theology ought to be regarded as a form of action research. Action research is founded on the indivisibility of value and action: a conviction that knowledge, and research, cannot be dispassionate and that values are themselves iterated in the process of their implementation in practice. It insists on the inductive and contextual nature of knowledge and assumes that knowledge comes from human experience (albeit interpreted and codified through rational enquiry and analysis), rather than proceeding deductively from revealed truth.
CitationInternational Journal of Practical Theology, 2013, 17(1), pp. 148-178
DescriptionThis is the published PDF version of an article published in International Journal of Practical Theology© 2013. The definitive version is available at www.degruyter.com/view/j/ijpt-2013-17-issue-1
CollectionsTheology and Religious Studies
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