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    Title: 探討善終的意義與實踐--以長老教會松年信徒為例
    Other Titles: Inquiring into the Meaning and Practices of Good Death : Stories of Elderly Members of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan
    Authors: 陳宗慈
    Contributors: 台灣神學院
    Keywords: 善終;死亡;長老教會;松年團契;第三個生日;道成肉身;生命關懷;靈性引導;生命教育;Death;Good Death;Life Care;Life Education;Spiritual Guidance;The Elderly Fellowship;PTC;The Third Birthday;The Word Became Flesh
    Date: 2017-06
    Issue Date: 2017-07-24T07:40:45Z (UTC)
    Publisher: 台灣神學院
    Abstract: 「善終」因著宗教信仰、價值觀、倫理觀及個人偏好而有所不同。它的本質是動態的,會隨著個人當時身體狀況、週遭環境的處境及不同的時機等因素

    台灣從 1993 年開始進入高齡化的社會,導致越來越多人對「生死的探究」產生極大的好奇。尤其在台灣基督長老教會裡又以高齡者居多,而「善終」觀

    本論文蒐集台灣基督長老教會松年團契 60 歲以上的信徒,透由訪談的方式,從研究者對死亡的觀察、體認與困惑,到受訪者對善終的的觀察、體認與困


    Different religions, values, ethics and personal preferences lead to different concepts of good death. Being dynamic in nature, good death
    changes from time to time depending on personal health status, and the surroundings and circumstances one encounters. Moreover, the
    definitions of good death also change with the society restructuring in historical development. Hence, it is worthy of getting the insights of the complexity and diversity of good death.

    Taiwan has stepped into an aged society since 1993; accordingly, more and more people are curious about inquiring to the critical issues
    of life and death. While the members of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan (PCT) are mainly the elderly, good death and approaching one’s
    end with dignity, as the core conventions of Chinese culture, have transformed their ideological concepts to practical preparations to
    assure the values of life.

    This thesis aims at getting the insightful understandings of how the elderly of PCT members above the age of 60 recognize and prepare for
    good death through qualitative study. A thick description regarding the recognitions, realizations, confusions, conflicts and possible resolutions are well-documented.

    That is, the directivity and path of “The Word Became Flesh”would escort us to the Third Birthday – the Eternal Life, for God alone
    is the answer of life. Meanwhile, it is also hoped that the results of the study could be contributing to further development of the principles and parameters of life education used for spiritual guidance and life caring.
    Relation: 台神學位論文
    Appears in Collections:[台灣神學院] 基督教關顧與協談碩士
    [2.基督教關顧與協談碩士 (CCC)] 畢業論文/個案研究報告

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