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Mapping public theology : beyond culture, identity, and difference

Author: Benjamin Valentin
Publisher: Harrisburg, Pa. : Trinity Press International, ©2002.
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"In Mapping Public Theology, Benjamin Valentin explores the ways that one of these theologies - Hispanic/Latino theology - can overcome its fractious nature and strengthen its relevance to society and politics in general. He provides a model for mapping a public theology that transcends the borders. Rather than embracing a kind of identity politics, Valentin says, Hispanic/Latino theology needs to move beyond narrow  Read more...
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Valentin, Benjamin.
Mapping public theology.
Harrisburg, Pa. : Trinity Press International, ©2002
(OCoLC)606867741
Online version:
Valentin, Benjamin.
Mapping public theology.
Harrisburg, Pa. : Trinity Press International, ©2002
(OCoLC)607808869
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Valentin
ISBN: 1563383918 9781563383915
OCLC Number: 50034874
Description: xxi, 162 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The staging ground of U.S. Hispanic/Latino theology : Latino/a life in the United States --
Traversing the enchantment with symbolic culture and identity politics in U.S. Hispanic/Latino theology --
Cultivating a public perspective in Hispanic/Latino theological discourse --
Expanding visions, fusing horizons : Latino/a theology and public discourse.
Responsibility: Benjamin Valentin.

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"In Mapping Public Theology, Benjamin Valentin explores the ways that one of these theologies - Hispanic/Latino theology - can overcome its fractious nature and strengthen its relevance to society and politics in general. He provides a model for mapping a public theology that transcends the borders. Rather than embracing a kind of identity politics, Valentin says, Hispanic/Latino theology needs to move beyond narrow categories to examine and speak to larger issues such as the political economy and classism, engagement with public policy, and racial and ethnic social relations. Hispanic/Latino theology must use its resources to address a wider audience on social justice and should provide broader visions of social and political emancipation."--Jacket.

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