Race and Theology
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Race and Theology

Robinson, Elaine A. Paperback

White privilege and racial injustice persist in the Church; and despite a commitment promote justice for all, racism is a reality of life, and has been since before the founding of our nation. In addition throughout most of our nation s history,...+

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White privilege and racial injustice persist in the Church; and despite a commitment promote justice for all, racism is a reality of life, and has been since before the founding of our nation. In addition throughout most of our nation s history, theology, as a discipline, has remained silent about racism and, at its worst, overtly supported racist practices. This book, examines: 1) what racism is and how it functions, especially in the contemporary setting; 2) how the United States has claimed to be God s chosen nation, yet systematically disadvantages persons of color; 3) how theology s silence sustains racial injustice in the Church, rather than excises it; and 4) how reformulating theological discourse can contribute to racial justice within ecclesial communities and the larger landscape of society. The Horizons in Theology series offers brief but highly engaging essays on the major concerns and questions in theological studies. Each volume addresses in a clear and concise style the scope and contours of a fundamental question as it relates to theological inquiry and application; sketches the nature and significance of the subject; and opens the broader lines of discussion in suggestive, evocative, and programmatic ways. Written by senior scholars in the field, and ideally suited as supplements in the classroom, Horizons will be an enduring series that brings into plain language the big questions of theology. It will inspire a new generation of students to eagerly embark on a journey of reflective study.


Publisher    ABINGDON PRESS
Format    Paperback
Language    English
Publication Date    10/01/2012
Abridged    No
Large Print    No
Pages    104
Width    5.5
Height    0.4
Length    8.3
Units    1
EAN    9780687494255
Author    Robinson, Elaine A.

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