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Interview with Brazilian liberation theologian Dr. Ruy Costa

September 19th, 2015|

The Guarani nation in Latin America and the Land Without Evil

September 19th, 2015|

Pamphletarian Theology

September 19th, 2015|

Interview with Jenny Daggers, author of “Postcolonial Theology of Religions: Particularity and Pluralism in World Christianity”

May 7th, 2015|

Borders Between San Diego, USA and Tijuana, Mexico

March 28th, 2015|

 
Pamphletarian Theology with Cláudio Carvalhaes | Interview Melanie L. Harris

Dear Friends,

Every week I post a theological pamphlet about some theme/issue/topic related to life and God. A pamphlet is a piece of paper, from one to 4 pages, that can be folded, holding short position on something with just enough information to spur some action. My […]

Pamphletarian Theology with Cláudio Carvalhaes | Interview Melanie L. Harris

November 5th, 2014|

Dear Friends,

Every week I post a theological pamphlet about some theme/issue/topic related to life and God. A pamphlet is a piece of paper, from one to 4 pages, that can be folded, holding short position on something with just enough information to spur some action. My pamphlets will be expressed through a folding/unfolding of short […]

Review of Jeanne Choy Tate’s Something Greater: Culture, Family, and Community as Living Story Pickwick Publications, 2013. Paperpack, $18.00.

October 28th, 2014|

Tocqueville believed an individualism that leads people to be "shut up in the solitude of his own heart” could be detrimental to communal life and may even threaten democracy itself.