Journal of North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies Vol 4 2006

Periodical, 2006, 183pp
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Explored in this issue are several historical efforts at contextual theology, missiology and the practice of church. On the one hand we have Damian Costello's challenging re-interpretation of Nicholas Black Elk's contextualization of the Christian Gospel in Catholic form, offering a new and refreshing perspective of the conversion of Black Elk. In the presentation of Adrian Jacobs, a piece that deeply impacted life lived in the aftermath of cultural loss, community displacement and social devastation, we are confronted with the real effect of non-contextualization of the gospel.

A hopeful balance is offered in MacDonald's paper as he paints a masterful picture of the days which lie ahead - days which, in his words, are clearly post-colonial but equally importantly, post-denominational.

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