Hope Abundant: Third World and Indigenous Women's Theology

Book, 2010, 276 pp
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A new generation of feminist theologians from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and Latin America is responding to their changing world with critical theological insights and social analyses. This new reader, including indigenous voices, comprises eighteen reflections by women theologians who face daily poverty, violence, civil strife, war and cultural alienation, yet who find abundant hope through their faith.
"Female authors from all over the world—Mexico, Australia, Korea, Cuba, Malawi, the United States, and more—explore Scripture, the Church, Christology, Theology, and the Body from their gifted vantage points. It is a fascinating collection filled with insight, emotion, and a thirst for justice. As a white male Settler, I found myself repeatedly saying to myself, "Why didn't I see that? That makes so much sense." - Steve Heinrichs, Director, Mennonite Church Canada Indigenous Relations

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