Pastoral theology's & pastoral psychology's contributions to helping heal a violent world / Pastoral theology's and pastoral psychology's contributions to helping heal a violent world. G. Michael Cordner, editor. - Surakarta, Indonesia : International Pastoral Care Network for Social Responsibility ; DABARA Publishers, 1996. - xii, 379 p. ; 22 cm.

"Papers presented at the International Pastoral Care Network for Social Responsibility Conference, Santa Severa, Italy, September 26 - October 2, 1994."

Preface / Ronaldo Rosa, Jim Farris, Howard Clinebell -- Foreword / G. Michael Cordner -- Opening address / Ronaldo Sathler Rosa -- Keynote: Accepting diversity: healing a violent world / Anne Primavesi -- Pt. 1. Papers presenting an understanding of violence: from a psycho-theological-ecological perspective. Sharing hope in a violent world / Mesach Krisetya -- Healing violence against persons by healing violence against the earth / Howard Clinebell -- The praxis of God and man toward peace and violence / Jose Alaby -- A story of freedom's corruption: sin as a response to the human condition / Nancy Ramsay -- The roots of violence and aggression: implications for pastoral care / Robert Solomon -- The ontology of violence / James R. Farris -- Ravaged by violence, restored by justice: a feminist pastoral theology of aggression and its role in sexual violence and sexual justice / Kathleen J. Greider -- Pt. II. From the perspective of nations and ethnic groups. Violence in Latin America from a theological and psycho-social perspective / Jose Miguel and Stella de Angulo -- Political violence in South Africa as a communicative action: a pastoral-systemic view / Julian C. Muller -- The political, psycho-social roots of ethnic violence in Kenya: the contributions to healing the violence / Gideon Ireri -- Democracy or postcommunism / Artur Jersak -- Peaceful ways of coping with violence derived from frustration: toward a psychotherapy of reconciliation / Bela Toth -- Cultural and psycho-social roots of violence against women and children in selected African milieux / Daisy N. Nwanchuki -- Pt. III. From the perspective of gender. Where there was split and violence, let there be healing between sexuality and spirituality: a theological, pastoral perspective / Carolyn Bohler -- The global war against women / Gail Unterberger -- Pt. IV. Papers presenting ways to respond to violence: healing from violence. Community-based trauma and healing processes in feminist pastoral psychotherapy / Ursula Pfafflin and Antoinette Black -- Treating the untreatable: a pastoral counselor confronts battering / G. Michael Cordner -- Pt. V. Preventing violence. Walking toward freedom: a pastoral perspective on the relationship of public marches and social justice / Thomas A. Summers -- Pt. VI. Forgiving violence. God's forgiveness / Jonathan Trisna -- Forgiveness in the process of healing / Dale H. Schumm.


Pastoral theology--Congresses.
Pastoral psychology--Congresses
Violence--Religious aspects.

BV4012 / .P347 1996

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