Constructing Local Theologies
In the thirty years since Constructing Local Theologies first appeared, it has been the basic handbook for anyone interested in understanding the theological implications of cultural pluralism. While the themes of inculturation and contextualization have been increasingly familiar, the insights of this groundbreaking work remain startlingly fresh and original. The proliferation of local theologies and the emergence of voices from the margins continue to challenge traditional assumptions that the theology of the dominant culture is universal and undetermined by context.
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WHAT IS LOCAL THEOLOGY?
MAPPING A LOCAL THEOLOGY
THE STUDY OF CULTURE
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Africa analysis Anthropology approach areas basic become boundaries century chapter Chris Christ Christian communities Christian identity Christian tradition church tradition Clifford Geertz codes cohesion concept concern culture texts deal developing local theologies dual religious systems dual systems economic emerge encounter especially Eucharist experience faith Geertz gospel grammar human important incorporation kind of theology language Latin America liberation theology listening local theology meaning metaphor metonyms normative older churches oppression patterns perspective polygamy popular religion previous local theologies problems questions reality receiving culture relations relationships rience ritual role Roman Catholic Scriptures semiotic semiotic domains shape sign system situation social change society sociology of knowledge structures study of culture sure knowledge symbolic syncretism syncretistic theologian theological reflection theology as sure theory of tradition tion transformation translation model ture understanding Vatican Council II Vladimir Propp Western wisdom theology world-view younger churches