Contextual Theology (Print Book)

Intersectionality of Gender, Race, and Class

HiRho Park,Cynthia A. Bond Hopson

$ 34.99
  • 10/1/2020
  • HE3579
  • 9781945935794
  • Print Book
  • 0.38


Prophetic Voices of African and Asian Women Theologians

Living out one's faith is neither abstract nor hypothetical. It is concrete, visceral, and embodied in the everyday experience and relationships that determine who we are and what we do. This book offers the insights from African and Asian women scholars, many of whom are the first (or only) woman to write on such matters from their context. These women are breaking ground and have much to share about what it means to be a woman and a Christian in overtly and covertly patriarchal societies. Essays include discussions about gender disparities and literary representations of indigenous peoples and the social, political, and religious milieu of women, specifically related to war, violence, and food insecurity.

Contributors: Djessou Epse Atsin Djoman Brigitte, PhD; Memory Chikosi, MA; Elaine Wei-Fun Goh, ThD; Helena Angelica Gustavo Guidione, BD; Cynthia A. Bond Hopson, PhD; Hyun Ju Lee, PhD; Quynh-Hoa Nguyen, PhD; HiRho Y. Park, PhD; Yani Yoo, PhD