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Marcel Sarot
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of Christian traditions, it is stated that the core of a tradition varies with time and. with the context of faith, which means that Christian identities . medium and weak changes in ideal identity. Strong changes occur when a tradition. with the context of faith, which means that Christian identities are not changeless. The author takes the individuality of persons and objects as point of departure to. discuss the identity of Christian traditions. abandons a practice or adopts a new one; medium changes occur when goals or. internal goods of a practice are reinterpreted; weak changes occur when there is. a change in the aspects of the tradition which are considered indispensable for.

Marcel Sarot and Gijsbert van den Brink (eds) Identity and Change in the Christian Tradition. Contributions to Philosophical Theology, vol. 2. (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1999).

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Few Christians, however, would be content to keep this reference merely historical. Given such complexity, it is natural that throughout Christian history both those in the tradition and those surrounding it have made attempts at simplification. Although their faith tradition is historical-i. they believe that transactions with the divine do not occur in the realm of timeless ideas but among ordinary humans through the ages-the vast majority of Christians focus their faith in Jesus Christ as someone who is also a present reality.

In at least two respects the position of religion and Christianity in the Western world has changed in recent years. Firstly, there is a growing plurality of and pluriformity within religions. And secondly, religions tend to change and develop faster and on a larger scale than they used to. This gives rise to the questions of change and continuity of religious traditions addressed in this volume: What function does the conceptual system or 'language game' of religion fulfil within the context of human thought and life? In what ways and under what circumstances do such conceptual systems require innovative changes in order to remain adequate for fulfilling this function? How are the continuity and change within religious traditions related to these issues? What is the nature of this continuity and of such changes within traditions? What role can theology play in initiating and directing such changes? In answering these questions, most contributions to the present volume focus on the Christian tradition.