Mañana: Christian Theology from a Hispanic Perspective
An in-depth look at Christian theology through Hispanic eyes. It weaves the doctrinal formulations of the early church on creation, the Trinity, and Christology into contemporary theological reflection on the Hispanic struggle for liberation.
This volume offers a major theological statement from a respected theologian and author. Richly insightful and unique, Manana is one of the few major theological works from a Protestant representative of the Hispanic tradition. Justo L. Gonzalez offers theological reflections based upon unique insights born of his minority status as a Hispanic American.
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Review: Mañana: Christian Theology from a Hispanic PerspectiveUser Review - Samuel Garcia - Goodreads
4.5. Incredible insights throughout but with some unsubstantiated sociopolitical claims that are annoying. Some of his interpretations of "this is why powerful people created this theology" seem like ... Read full review
Review: Mañana: Christian Theology from a Hispanic PerspectiveUser Review - Paul Prins - Goodreads
A short read but this book consumed me. González is a great writer (enjoyed his history texts) and this book provided me a window and experience into the lives and spirituality of millions whom I'll likely never meet otherwise. One of the most transformative reads of my time in seminary. Read full review
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