|Title:||Ministry and the Media|
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|Publisher:||SPCK Publishing; First Edition edition (July 26, 1990)|
positions and points of view and offer unique perspectives on the complex dance between science and the media.
Wesley Carr's ministry within the Church of England is renowned and distinguished. As Dean of Westminster Abbey he is often at the forefront of national religious ceremonies. His ministry, academic posts and widely acclaimed books have also established him as one of the leading pastoral theologians in recent times. The authors explore themes such as the nature of priestly ministry, the role of clergy and the church, the function of cathedrals, ministry and the media, church finance, discipleship and vocation, and New Testament theology. Presenting an invaluable guide to the present and future shape of pastoral theology, public theology, and ministry, this book shows how practicing pastoral theology can hope to reveal something of the manifold wisdom of God.
Author : Wesley Carr. Publisher : Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge. R.,393 on (FREE Delivery) R.,441 kart (Shipping charges may apply). It gives those involved in pastoral work a guide to the theological, psychological and sociological concepts which inform both the role of the pastor, and the expectations of those who turn to the Church for help. Users who liked this book, also liked. The Priesthood Of The Faithful: Key To A Living Church (English). The Life and Work of a Priest (English). OF CHRISTIAN WORSHIP (English). Emerging Churches: Creating Christian Community in Postmodern Cultures (English).
Nicholas Bradbury (a1). Salisbury and Wells Theological College. Published online: 02 February 2009.
Instead of first learning some theology and then applying it to the questions of pastoral care, it is better to start from practical experience, and by reflection arrive at a theology.
With her new book, "Sustaining Ministry: Foundations and Practices for Serving Faithfully," Dr. Sondra Wheeler, Wesley’s Martha Ashby Carr Professor of Christian Ethics, gets to the root of ethical behavior in ministry and provides clear guidelines for avoiding the small missteps that can lead to large transgressions. There have been a lot of books in the last 30 years about the ethics of ministry, she said. Most of them focus on why ethics is important and the rules that one has to follow. Wheeler wanted to go deeper.
Wesley Carr’s Handbook offers an authoritative and comprehensive introduction to the theology and practice of pastoral studies. It discusses group dynamics, applied psychology, sociology and ministry, church models, and more in detail. Wesley Carr is an Anglican priest who served as the dean of Westminster between 1997 and 2006. The theological importance of pastoral care is thus made central. This book offers an important manifesto for ministry, and the need to hold in balance the practical and the theological. Drawing upon a wide range of case material, David Lyall sets out a theology and practice of pastoral care, affirming the importance of the Christian narrative amid the realities of postmodern society.
Wesley Carr (Carr, A. Wesley). used books, rare books and new books. Find all books by 'A. Wesley Carr' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'A. Wesley Carr'. Angels and Principalities: The Background, Meaning and Development of the Pauline Phrase hai archai kai hai exousiai (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series). ISBN 9780511554896 (978-0-511-55489-6) Cambridge University Press, 2010. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
Wesley Carr writes in the preface that the theme of the book is the way that the practice of ministry generates theological insight (ix). He considers the pastor as the theologian. The introduction lays the framework within which he writes his book. He cites three behavior insights: unconscious activity, transference (and its corollary, countertransference), and projection. He writes that the unconscious is crucial for our estimates of people, whether as individuals or in groups