Theology in Four Voices ARCS monograph planned for 2013.
Talking about God in Practice: Theological Action Research and Practical Theology by Helen Cameron, Deborah Bhatti, Catherine Duce, James Sweeney, Clare Watkins London, SCM Press, 2010
This forthcoming book is based on the work of the five co-authors in the ARCS project. Four years of experience working with twelve different agencies, (Roman Catholic and Church of England), have brought about what we believe to be fruitful and fresh insights into both methodology and theological understanding, as we have developed methods, and frameworks for thought, with our practitioner co-workers.
Living Church in the Global City: Theology in Practice by Deborah Bhatti, Helen Cameron, Catherine Duce, James Sweeney, Clare Watkins, 2008
This report outlines early research carried out by the ARCS project between 2006 and 2008. It describes seven church-related groups, ranging from dioceses, parishes to faith based agencies. It looks at their outreach work of community renewal, evangelisation and social action in the context of London as one of today’s ‘global’ cities and it lays the foundations of theological action research.
Going Forth Research: An Enquiry into Evangelisation & Renewal in the Roman Catholic Church in England & Wales by James Sweeney, Clare Watkins,
Philip Knights, Deborah Bhatti. Published by the Von Hügel Institute - Centre for the Study of Faith in Society, St Edmund’s College, Cambridge and Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, Cambridge
Keeping Faith in Practice: Aspects of Catholic Pastoral Theology, edited by James Sweeney, David Lonsdale, Gemma Simmonds, SCM, 2010
This major Catholic contribution on the nature and procedures of pastoral and practical theology signals a new moment in the development of the discipline. It explores characteristic Catholic features - how pastoral theology works close to practice and at the same time in relation to the great themes of systematic theology – Trinity, Christology, grace, ecclesiology, etc. It is a true theology of practice.
Resourcing Mission, by Helen Cameron, London, SCM Press, 2010
An intensely practical working through of the challenges of being Church in today’s society. Helen Cameron’s five cultural forms of how the church organizes itself bring the ecclesiological models theologians use down to earth.
Studying Local Churches: A Handbook, by Helen Cameron, P. Richter, et al., Eds., London, SCM Press, 2005
This handbook provides a comprehensive guide to studying local churches drawing upon key concepts and methodological approaches from four disciplines of anthropology, sociology, organisational studies and theology.
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