La Lucha Continues: Mujerista Theology

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Orbis Books, 2004 - Religion - 270 pages
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A sequel to the popular Mujerista Theology that addresses themes relevant at the beginning of the 21st century.Mujerista theology begins with personal experience and moves toward a theology that advances the dignity and liberation of all Hispanic/Latino women. This collection of essays combining personal narratives and theological discourse brings together important insights into the concerns of Hispanic women, the ways in which they can help shape theology, and the roles they can take on in the church.Divided into two sections, Part 1, The Personal Is Political, presents three essays on the author?s religious-theological experiences, showing how they help form her theology. The eight essays in Part 2, In God?s Image--Latinas and Our Struggles, focus on theological understandings essential for justice.

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Mujarista theology is fascinating, but moreover, Isasi-Diaz's idea that marching in protests and doing advocacy can be spiritual practices is brilliant. The book is much longer than necessary for the content, but her ideas are still very good. Read full review


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Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz is a professor of theology and ethics at The Theological School, Drew University.

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