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    Title: 團體靈修生活與牧者養成教育的關係 -以本篤修會及泰澤團體為例
    Authors: 蔡珮珺
    Keywords: 靈性
    spiritual formation
    theological education
    Benedictine rule
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2014-08-14T07:19:56Z (UTC)
    Publisher: 台灣神學院
    Abstract: 本篇論文以本篤修會和泰澤團體為例,找出可能會影響牧者養成的共同特色,再與當代的基督徒信仰團體及神學院的學習與生活方式加以比較,試圖從中找到值得借鏡反思之處。

    This thesis uses the Benedictine Rule and the Taizé Community’s structure as case studies. This study has implications for pastoral development. It examines common features and then compares them with contemporary Christian spirituality and seminary study and life.
    The author discovered that spiritual life and membership in a community is significant, with implications for the group as well as for personal development. Spiritual relationships form each member in relationship to God, establishing a foundation of faith. “Personal development” focuses on the relationship between the individual and others. This also establishes a convent between God and the individual, and clarifies the call of the individual. The order, or rule for life, if not formed with God, becomes disordered.
    Within the life of faith, it is necessary for individuals to help each other, and to establish cooperative relationships. These two are constitutive: obedience to command and a communal life of prayer. The two elements for the community have a pastoral function and influence. In reality, they influence the relationship between the individual and God, together leading to change and growth. Trust is the foundation of obedience, and it is necessary for the individual to obey. When people are obedient to God, obedience is no longer something compelled, but grows of love. Because I love, I am willing to obey.
    Although Protestant monastic communities are virtually non-existent, Christians still long for fellowship. This study seeks to examine ways in which the contemporary faith community can grow and develop, using the monastic community as a model. First, it is necessary to distinguish freedom from law; second, public spirituality from prayer; third, rules and routines; and fourth, spiritual leaders. These four direct the life of the seminary in times of difficulty. They lead to several critical reflections. These reflections, advice or suggestions are not entirely complete. Nonetheless, they represent a possibility, which would allow us within spiritual community to implement true fellowship and to produce outstanding pastors for faith communities.
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