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Christian Theology After Christendom

Engaging the Thought of Douglas John Hall

Christian Theology After Christendom

Engaging the Thought of Douglas John Hall

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£73.00

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781978706965
Number of Pages: 212
Published: 24/11/2020
Width: 16.1 cm
Height: 23 cm
Christian Theology after Christendom: Engaging the Thought of Douglas John Hall brings together contemporary thinkers to engage and build upon Douglas John Hall's work-and to take up his challenge to reclaim a contextual and de-colonizing theology of the cross as a means to speak of the realities of life and faith today. With a focus on contemporary issues, this collection of essays critically analyzes and deconstructs the centuries-old colonial triumphalism of Christian theology and the church in the West. This edited collection seeks to frame present day crises in ways that honor a deeply rooted theologia crucis that does not colonize the "other." It explores constructive decolonizing possibilities for Christian theology at the end of Christendom.

Patricia G. Kirkpatrick, Pamela R. McCarroll, Walter Brueggemann

Patricia G. Kirkpatrick is associate professor of Old Testament studies in the School of Religious Studies at McGill University. Pamela R. McCarroll is associate professor of practical theology at Emmanuel College at the University of Toronto.

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