In Return to Babel, each of ten historically significant biblical texts is interpreted by a Latin American, an African, and an Asian. Geographic locales range from a tiny village in the Philippines to the city of Nairobi, Kenya; from Kwangju, South Korea, with its one million inhabitants, to the frontier city of Wiwili in the northern mountains of Nicaragua. These international scholars draw on their heritages—a treasury of proverbs, songs, and tales from around the world—while shedding light on the Christian tradition. Return to Babel is the first book to combine interpretations from several global contexts on key biblical texts. Westminster John Knox.