Decolonizing the Body of Christ: Theology and Theory After Empire offers a preview of the editors' priority for multireligious, indigenous, and transnational scholarly voices. The goal is to expand the postcolonial debate by inclusion of contextual voices and disciplines once excluded by canonical leaders of postcolonial studies...
Postcolonial Biblical Hermeneutics
Topics in Scriptural Studies: Postcolonial Interpretations of the Bible, Rev. Dr. Loraine MacKenzie, University of Winnipeg (Canada)
Postcolonial Readings of the New Testament, Raj Nadella, McCormick Theological Seminary (US)
Biblical Hermeneutics, Arthur Jones, University of Winnipeg (Canada)
Feminist Interpretation of the Hebrew Scriptures, Carolyn Sharp, Yale Divinity School (US)
New Testament Interpretation through Cross-cultural Eyes, Osvaldo Vena, […]
In the new history section of the Postcolonial Networks website you are encouraged to read our "Timeline" to learn about the organic evolution of Postcolonial Networks...
July 9-13, 2013 in Buenos Aires at ISEDET Meeting initiated by Postcolonial Networks ISEDET Scholar Convener - Nestor Miguez Meeting Scholar Conveners: Mario Aguilar, St. Andrew’s University...(CLICK TITLE FOR MORE)
How dare any one, whoever they may be, feel themselves so full of righteousness and power, that they would act in such a cowardly fashion! But in the end, those who carried the pistols, are not the ones responsible for this hideous attack on your life. I am.
"'The body'—as a concept—goes hand-in-hand and, in my opinion, should come before discussions of sexuality generally, homosexuality in particular. On the other hand, I realize that this distinction, given the incarnational nature of Pentecostalism where 'the body' is the privileged site for holy behavior—is illusory at best...