Religious Pluralism and the Longing for the Fullness of Life in Dutch Society

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Abstract

These words from Matthew’s Gospel would fit very well above the entrance of the Dominican Study Centre for Theology and Society (DSTS) in Amsterdam. They indicate its theological aim: Searching for signs of God in society in the footsteps of Jesus of Nazareth for the sake of the fullness of life for all, with particular attention to those who are excluded in society or made second-class citizens. In 1988 the Dutch Dominicans founded this theological research centre to undertake theological research within Western Europe, inspired by the methods of liberation theology. The DSTS has become a unique space where women...
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFullness of Life and Justice for All
Subtitle of host publicationDominican Perspectives
EditorsEllen van Stichel, Thomas Eggensperger, Manuela Kalsky, Ulrich Engel
Place of PublicationAdelaide, Australia
PublisherATF Press
Chapter2
Pages13-32
Number of pages20
ISBN (Electronic)9781925679427, 9781925679434
ISBN (Print)9781925679403, 9781925679410
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2020

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