The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Latino/a Theology

Editor: Espin, Orlando, O.
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $195.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $292.50
ISBN: 978-1-11-871866-7
Category: Religion & Theology
Book Status: Available
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The one-volume Companion to Latino/a Theology presents a systematic survey of the past, present and future of Latino/a theology, introducing readers to this significant U.S. theological movement.Contributors to the companion include many established scholars of the highest calibre, together with some new and exciting voices within the various theological disciplines. A mixture of Catholic, Protestant and Evangelical scholars, they discuss the publications and contributions of theologians who reflect from, and participate in, the faith and realities of U.S. Latino/a communities.Providing unparalleled breadth and depth in the discussion of the key issues, each essay begins with a summary of the theological publications and thought within Latino/a theology, and then proceeds to develop a constructive contribution on the topic.

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Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Introduction Orlando O. Espín
  • Part I Contexts
  • 1 Lo Cotidiano as Locus Theologicus Carmen M. Nanko-Fernández
  • 2 History and Latino/a Identity: Mapping a Past That Leads to Our Future Daisy L. Machado
  • 3 Sources and En Conjunto Methodologies of Latino/a Theologizing Rubén Rosario-Rodríguez
  • 4 The Ecumenical Narrative and the Latino/a Experience José R. Irizarry
  • Part II Theologizing the Theological Tradition
  • 5 Revelation Efrain Agosto
  • 6 The Bible and Latino/a Theology Jean-Pierre Ruiz
  • 7 The Latino/a Theology of God as the Future of Theodicy: A Proposal from the Dangerous Memory of the Latino/a Jesus Sixto J. García
  • 8 Jesus the Christ Neomi De Anda
  • 9 Theological Musings toward a Latina/o Pneumatology Néstor Medina
  • 10 Catholic Ecclesiology Gary Riebe-Estrella, SVD
  • 11 Protestant Ecclesiology Edwin David Aponte
  • 12 Grace, Sin, and Salvation Roberto S. Goizueta
  • 13 Eschatology and Hope Luis G. Pedraja
  • 14 Latino/a Ethics María Teresa Dávila
  • 15 Liturgies and Sacraments Latinamente Eduardo Fernández, SJ
  • Part III Theologizing Latino/a Realities
  • 16 Mestizaje: The Latina/o Religious Imaginary in the North American Racial Crucible Jorge A. Aquino
  • 17 Theologizing Social and Economic Justice Matilde Moros
  • 18 Queer Theory and Latina/o Theologizing Robyn Henderson-Espinoza
  • 19 Feminist Theory and Latina Feminist/Mujerista Theologizing Nancy Pineda-Madrid
  • 20 Theologizing Immigration Victor Carmona
  • 21 Theologizing Popular Catholicism Rebecca M. Berrú-Davis
  • 22 Theologizing Popular Protestantism Edwin David Aponte
  • 23 The Study of Spirituality Gilberto Cavazos-González, OFM
  • 24 Latina/o Practical Theology: Reflections on Faith-Based Organizing as a Religious Practice Altagracia Pérez
  • 25 Latino/a Religion and Politics Elieser Valentín
  • 26 Inter-Religious Dialogue: Why Should It Matter to Our Academic and Grassroots Communities? Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi