In Our Own Voices
By: Benjamin Valentin
U.S. Latino/a theology has emerged as one of the most dynamic and creative theological developments in the last thirty years. Reflecting the diversity as well as commonality among Latino/a theologians, this ecumenical team of men and women, both Catholic and Protestant, explore some of the core symbols and doctrines of Christianity from a distinctively Latino/a perspective. Beginning with the doctrine of God, creation, and human being, the authors present diverse perspectives on Christology, the church, and the "kin-dom of God" (la familia de Dios).
For students, scholars, clergy and all those engaged in cross-cultural and ecumenical ministries, In Our Own Voices offers a new way of seeing the core ides of faith.
Contributors include: Luis N. Rivera-Pagan, Jeanette Rodriguez, Carmen Nanko-Fernandez, Michelle A. Gonzalez, Michael E. Lee, Roberto S. Goizueta, Harold J. Recinos, Ada Mara Isasi-Diaz.
Benjamin Valentin is professor of theology and culture at Andover Newton Theological School in Newton Centre, MA.
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