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Jesus in the Hispanic Community

Images of Christ from Theology to Popular Religion

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ISBN-13: 9780664234287
Number of Pages: 248
Published: 01/02/2010
Product description
This first-of-its-kind collection reveals U.S. Latino/a theological scholarship as a vital terrain of study in the search for better understanding of the varieties of religious experience in the United States. While the insights of Latino/a theologians from Central and South America have gained attention among professional theologians, until now the role of U.S. Latino/a theology in the formation of North American theological identity has been largely unacknowledged. Nonetheless, the four-centuries old Latino/a presence in the United States has been forming a rich, creative, and distinctively North American Latino/a Christology. Exploring both constructive theology and popular religion, this collection of essays from top U.S. Latino/a scholars reveals the varieties of religious experience in the United States and the importance of Latino/a understandings of Christ to both academy and community.
Author Information

Harold J. Recinos, Hugo Magallanes

Harold J. Recinos is Professor of Church and Society at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, Texas. He is the author of a number of books including Hear the Cry! A Latino Pastor Challenges the Church. Hugo Magallanes is Associate Professor of Christianity and Cultures at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, Texas.

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Fri 16 Apr 2021 @ 19:01

"The women of the Old Testament gain new life in Japinga's imagination and give us new life in how we view and inte… https://t.co/ZjvujHWu6O