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Interview with Brazilian liberation theologian Dr. Ruy Costa

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|

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.

Upcoming Courageous Dialogue | Multiple faiths in post-colonial cities: living together after Empire

October 7th, 2014|

This upcoming courageous dialogue is scheduled for May 6-8, 2016 at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England. Call for papers is in effect: 250 word abstracts are due March 1, 2015.

Palgrave Series Publication: Indigenous Australia and the Unfinished Business of Theology: Cross-Cultural Engagement

September 7th, 2014|

The book begins by drawing attention to the ongoing colonization of Australia, and to the rich wisdoms of Indigenous Australians which non-Indigenous people have not begun to respect, learn and appreciate.

Recommended Books: Evangelical Postcolonial Conversations: Global Awakenings in Theology and Praxis

September 1st, 2014|

Colonialism involves more than just territorial domination. It also creates cultural space that silences and disenfranchises those who do not hold power. This process of subjugation continues today in various forms of neocolonialism, such as globalization.