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Ethnicity, Nationality, and Religious Experience College Theology Society Annual

by Peter C. Phan

Part of the Publications of the College Theology Society Series

Ethnicity, Nationality, and Religious Experience College Theology Society Annual Synopsis

The contributors to this volume investigate the ways in which religious experience is shaped by the new ethnic, national, and global contexts. Contents: Ethnicity and Nationality as Contexts for Religious Experience; Love the Stranger; Remember when you were Strangers in Egypt ; The Historical Relativity of Jesus' Experience of God; One Woman's Body: Repression and Expression in the Passio Perpetuae; Method in the Cur Deus Scandal: Shaking the Foundations?; Toward an Understanding of Prejudice: Contributions from Paul Ricoeur's Theory of Narrative; Ethnicity and Religious Experience in the Social Ethics of Gibson Winter; Philippine National Sovereignty and the U.S. Bases: An Ethical Analysis Rooted in Catholic Social Teaching; Parallels in Cultural and Individual Development; No Generic Spirituality: Ethnicity and the Spiritual Journey; Woman as Mediator of the Divine: Sor Juana's Celebration of Mary; Popular Religiosity and Sacramentality: Learning from Hispanics a Deeper Sense of Symbol, Ritual, and Sacrament; Ethnicity, Experience and Theology: An Asian Liberation Perspective; The Death of National Symbols: Roman Catholicism in Quebec; Being Church Today: Reflections on the Journey of the Church in Holland. Co-published with the College Theology Society.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780819195098
Publication date: 28th August 1994
Author: Peter C. Phan
Publisher: University Press of America
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 336 pages
Categories: Religion: general, Ethnic studies, Nationalism,

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