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Essays from the margins / Luis N. Rivera-Pagán.

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Subject: Bible > Hermeneutics > Comparative studies.
Bible.
Liberation theology.
Theology > Latin America.
Christianity and politics.
Palestine > In Christianity.
Bible -- Hermeneutics -- Comparative studies.
Theology -- Latin America.
Christianity and politics.
Liberation theology.
Genre: Electronic books.
Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9780718843984
  • ISBN: 0718843983
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: Cambridge : The Lutterworth Press, 2015.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note: A prophetic challenge to the church: The last word of Bartolome de las Casas -- A view from below: Female lament and definance in times of war -- Listening and engaging the voices form the margins: Postcolonial observations from the Caribbean -- God the Liberator: Theology, history, and politics -- Xenophilia or Xenophobia: Towards a theology of migration -- Reading the Hebrew Bible in solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Summary: These essays emerge from different crucial and complex conflicts: from the memory of a bishop, Bartolomé de las Casas, urging the pope of his time to cleanse the church of complicity with violence, oppression, and slavery; from the lament and defiance of so many Middle Eastern women, victims of male domination and too many wars; from the voices bursting out from the colonial margins that dare to question and transgress the norms and laws imposed by colonizers and conquerors; from the emerging and diverse theological disruptions of traditional orthodoxies and rigid dogmatisms; from the denial of human rights to immigrant communities, living in the shadows of opulent societies; from the use of the sacred Hebrew Scriptures to displace and dispossess the indigenous peoples of Palestine. The essays belong to different intellectual genres and conceptual crossroads and are thus illustrative of the dialogic imagination that the Russian intellectual Mikhail Bakhtin considered basic to any serious intellectual enterprise. They are also the literary sediment of years of sharing lectures, dialogues, and debates in several academic institutions in the United States, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Malaysia, Switzerland, Germany, and Palestine.
Source of Description Note: Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed May 11, 2015).
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