Mestizo Christianity: Theology from the Latino Perspective

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Arturo J. Banuelas
Wipf & Stock Publishers, Oct 1, 2004 - Religion - 284 pages
Mestizo Christianity' is the most comprehensive introduction to the work of the principle figures in U.S. Hispanic theology - Protestant as well as Catholic. Other anthologies exist, but 'Mestizo Christianity' provides the best and most representative writing by each of the fourteen first-generation theologians in their areas of specialization. Since by every account the Latino/Hispanic church will continue to grow well into the twenty-first century, 'Mestizo Christianity' provides a grounding in an area of increasing theological and pastoral importance. Topics include affirming Hispanic culture and theological identity, methodology, popular religiosity, women's voices, social ethics, spirituality, and ecumenical perspectives. Also included is a brief biography of each featured author and a comprehensive bibliography of Hispanic theology, the only one of its kind. 'Mestizo Christianity' will be an indispensable resource for students, clergy, and pastoral agents.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Popular Religiosity
4
FERNANDO F SEGOVIA
28
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Arturo J. Banuelas, STD, Director of the Tepeyac Institute, is past president of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians.

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