META-METODE APOLOGETIKA ATAU, APOLOGETIKA (SEBAGAI) META-METODE
Apologetics is often identified with public opinion as merely a matter of method, practicality and certain rational systems to answer questions about faith. The meta-method of apologetics wants to shift that opinion considering the nature of apologetics as a “space” for pneuma, which revolves through dunamis and imaginarium. Thus, apologetics is rethought as a discipline, which is open to pneumatikos dynamics, not coopted into one monocultural and instrumental rationality, and moves flexibly in the face of multicontextual reality.
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