Theology was established as an academic discipline in the Christian universities of the European Middle Ages. Methodologically, however, that discipline seems ill-suited for the new epistemic culture produced in the West by the Scientific Revolution and now institutionalized in the modern secular research university. This is the intellectual context in which Christian theology emerged and matured as an academic discipline and against which its â€˜religious knowledgeâ€™ claims will be measured. Understanding this history is essential, therefore, in methodological discussions in all areas of the theological encyclopedia.
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