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Preaching Justice

Ethnic and Cultural Perspectives
  • By Christine Smith
Before a word of justice or liberation can be preached, the minister needs to understand what is oppressing a people.

In Preaching Justice, eight persons offer a theological analysis of specific communities: Kathy Black, persons with disabilities; Martin Brokenleg, Native Americans; Teresa Fry Brown, African Americans; Eleazar Fernandez, Filipino Americans; Justo Gonzalez, Hispanics; Eunjoo Mary Kim, Korean Americans; Stacy Offner, Jews; and Christine Marie Smith, lesbian-gay community.

More than mere reports, the chapters bring us inside the circle of each community so that we can experience a portion of their life. The act of doing theology is made concrete -- and personal -- as each author moves from elements of oppression to primary symbols of justice and liberation.

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    • SKU: 9780829812916
    • Manufacturer: Pilgrim Pr
    • ISBN 13: 9780829812916
    • UMPH: 988143
    • ISBN 10: 0829812911
    • Publication Date: 08/01/1998
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Christine Smith
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