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Byung Soo Han – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The Academization of Reformation Teaching in Johann Heinrich Alsted (1588–1638)
    Church and School in Early Modern Protestantism, 2013
    Co-Authors: Byung Soo Han
    Abstract:

    This chapter shows a possible interpretation of Johann Heinrich Alsted’s Academization of the Reformation theology by taking a close look at Alsted’s Scripture-based perspective of anthropology, pedagogy, and philosophy. In a broad sense, the theological Academization of the seventeenth century should not be taken as a mark of so-called ‘Pelagianism’ or ‘proto-rationalism’ departing from Reformation teaching. The chapter focuses on the school as a medium actualizing the proper or special repression of sin. Regarding the origin of schools, Alsted describes schools as founded on the divine law, the law of nature, and the law of nations. He explains that in the Old Testament God instituted schools, while in the New Testament Jesus Christ sanctified them. Alsted’s enormous Academization, in Muller’s estimation, is “the institutionalization and codification of doctrinal and educational principles and concerns enunciated by the Reformers”. Keywords: Academization; Alsted’s scripture-based perspective; divine law; Johann Heinrich Alsted; reformation teaching

  • the Academization of reformation teaching in johann heinrich alsted 1588 1638
    , 2013
    Co-Authors: Byung Soo Han
    Abstract:

    This chapter shows a possible interpretation of Johann Heinrich Alsted’s Academization of the Reformation theology by taking a close look at Alsted’s Scripture-based perspective of anthropology, pedagogy, and philosophy. In a broad sense, the theological Academization of the seventeenth century should not be taken as a mark of so-called ‘Pelagianism’ or ‘proto-rationalism’ departing from Reformation teaching. The chapter focuses on the school as a medium actualizing the proper or special repression of sin. Regarding the origin of schools, Alsted describes schools as founded on the divine law, the law of nature, and the law of nations. He explains that in the Old Testament God instituted schools, while in the New Testament Jesus Christ sanctified them. Alsted’s enormous Academization, in Muller’s estimation, is “the institutionalization and codification of doctrinal and educational principles and concerns enunciated by the Reformers”. Keywords: Academization; Alsted’s scripture-based perspective; divine law; Johann Heinrich Alsted; reformation teaching

Henk J. Van Rinsum – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • “Wipe the Blackboard Clean”: Academization and Christianization-
    , 2015
    Co-Authors: Henk J. Van Rinsum
    Abstract:

    In this article the author relates the crisis of African universities to their idiosyncratic birth during the colonial period. The African universities were, to a large extent, conceptualized according to the Western template and its inherent epistemology This Western university originates from a local knowledge system that gained a hegemonic position culminating in the colonial period. The author argues for another conceptualization of African universities, based on a diversity of knowledge systems, and refers to processes of (re-)appropriation as seen in the domain of African Independent Churches.

  • “Wipe the Blackboard Clean”: Academization and Christianization- Siblings in Africa?
    African Studies Review, 2002
    Co-Authors: Henk J. Van Rinsum
    Abstract:

    In this article the author relates the crisis of African universities to their idiosyncratic birth during the colonial period. The African universities were, to a large extent, conceptualized according to the Western template and its inherent epistemology This Western university originates from a local knowledge system that gained a hegemonic position culminating in the colonial period. The author argues for another conceptualization of African universities, based on a diversity of knowledge systems, and refers to processes of (re-)appropriation as seen in the domain of African Independent Churches.

Joakim Åkesson – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The Academization of Sport in Sweden : Sport Research, Higher Sport Education and The Sport Labor Market, from a Perspective of Knowledge
    , 2013
    Co-Authors: Joakim Åkesson
    Abstract:

    18th Annual Congress of The European College of Sport Science “Unifying Sport Science”, Barcelona, Spain, 26th-29th June 2013

  • the Academization of sport in sweden governing issues
    Centers and Peripheries in Sport International conference on the position of sport studies in social science Malmö Sweden (2012), 2012
    Co-Authors: Joakim Åkesson
    Abstract:

    Centers and Peripheries in Sport, International conference on the position of sport studies in social science 2012, Malmo, April 19-21, 2012

  • The Academization of Sport in Sweden – Governing issues
    , 2012
    Co-Authors: Joakim Åkesson
    Abstract:

    Centers and Peripheries in Sport, International conference on the position of sport studies in social science 2012, Malmo, April 19-21, 2012