Illuminating writings on religion, feminism and environmental issues from Africa, Asia, Latin America.
The author of Anatomy of Inculturation offers a compelling argument that despite missionary Christianity's refusal to acknowledge the worth of traditional African religious culture, the incarnational spirituality of those cultures remains vibrant and visible today.
Argues the African's role as agent of religious adaptation superseded that of his Western missionary counterpart in the development and growth of Christianity in West Africa.
Top scholars explore the pathbreaking work of Andrew Walls and its impact on the understanding of Christianity as a world religion, not merely a European one.
Articulates a learning process to help Christians improve approaches to understanding other religious traditions.
Lefebure offers Christian readings of Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist holy texts that suggest new bases for friendship and understanding.
Scholarly and stimulating look at the importance of the Bible for Blacks and of Blacks in the Bible. "Lucidly written with profound messages . . ."--Black Issues in Higher Education
Exploring the interconnection of the Trinity and the other great mysteries of Christian Faith.
The much-discussed work by a noted scholar of Christian theology and interreligious thought.
An accessible and engaging introduction to Christian doctrine from an African perspective through the lens of a famous novel.
Fresh and timely essays from a Latino/a perspective cover a range of topics in contemporary theology and culture.
This ecumenical collection of essays presents a rare opportunity to read and reflect on the work of some of the most prominent voices in contemporary theology.
In this brief but telling work a leading Catholic thinker traces issues reshaping theology and mission today.
This practical guide to adult faith formation offers new insights and paradigms for understanding, practicing, and sharing faith.
A spirited defense of Asian theology and an invitation to find joy in the encounter of the “religious other.”
“A clear and sensitive justification of process philosophy’s relevance to contemporary Catholic theology.” —John F. Haught
The history of a church that has changed, can change, and will change with the grace of God's Spirit always guiding it, inspiring it, keeping it.
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