Christ and Context : The Confrontation Between Gospel and Culture Hardback
Part of the Religious Studies: Bloomsbury Academic Collections series
There is a growing awareness of cultural diversity and plurality on the one hand and shared responsibility for our planet on the other.
The sense of cultural identity exposes the wealth and richness of our heritage but also introduces its risks, like the proliferation of often violent independence and separatist movements.
A sense of shared responsibility represents the hope to avoid ecological catastrophe and highlights the problems of inequality, poverty and suffering.
Is our understanding of cultures and contexts affected, or even dramatically transformed, by our perception of Christ and Trinitarian theology?
This series of essays addresses the issues of cultural plurality and diversity, poverty, sexist and racist oppression and ecological crisis, and aims to discuss the place of Christ in our understanding of human contextuality.
Authors include Gustavo Gutierrez, Jurgen Moltmann, Johann Metz, Janet Martin Soskice and John de Gruchy.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 288 pages
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Publication Date: 06/10/2016
- Category: Christian theology
- ISBN: 9781474281508