Originating Sins: Fall 2019
From the editorial:
. . . spiritual trespasses have social implications; this connection, which is foundational for doing Christian ethics, is at the heart of the pieces collected in this volume.
The pieces in this issue of Vision engage the broader theme “originating sins” through the particulars of the Doctrine of Discovery. Each contribution is a piece of resistance to the doctrine’s building blocks and strategies of enslavement, exploitation, extraction, extermination, and extinction. Each contribution is also a piece of affirmation that we humans, with God’s guidance, can learn, grow, heal, and change. But the tree of life and liberation is still vulnerable, and we are too. Even when our hearts have changed, and we see things differently, we are still caught in the snare of social and systemic evils even as we oppose and resist them.
|Topic||General USA, General Peace Advocacy, Palestine and Israel, Doctrine of Discovery, South Africa, Decolonization, Land Justice|
|Publisher||Canadian Mennonite University, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary|
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