This multi-author volume is an ideal textbook for students and avaluable resource for professors and scholars of contermporary theology and religion. Introducing Liberative Theologies offers introductions to the diversity of liberative theologies--from Latin America, Africa, Asia; Black, Hispanic, and feminist; class, gender, and disability. Each chapter provides a survey of these strands of theological discourses as well as an introduction to the scholars and texts readers can reference in order to delve into more advanced or more specific religious concepts. Also includes are discussion and study questions, as well as inserts and pullouts to explain important concepts visually.
Miguel A. De La Torre is professor of social ethics and Latino/a studies at Iliff School of Theology in Denver, CO. An ordained Southern Baptist minister, he is the author of 18 books, including Reading the Bible from the Margins, Trails of Hope and Terror, and Introducing Liberative Theologies (all Orbis). Winner of the Excellence in Teaching Award and the Martin Marty Public Scholarship Award.
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