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1570758905
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Benjamin Valentin
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Orbis Books (September 30, 2010)
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In Our Own Voices book. Reflecting the diversity as well as commonality among Latino/a theologians, this ecumenical team of men and women, both Catholic and Protestant, explore some of the core symbol A fresh, ecumenical approach to systematic theology in a Latino/a voice. Latino/a theology has emerged as one of the most dynamic and creative theological developments in the last thirty years.

In rich and often provocative essays, the contributors to In Our Own Voices rethink and reconsider important theological themes in a variety of idioms, vibrant idioms that reflect the depth and the breadth of Latino/a theologies. Drawing not only on the 'classical' sources of Western European and North American scholarship, they demonstrate in compelling ways that intentionally contextual theologies in our own voices have important resonances across communities, contexts, and cultures. -Jean-Pierre Ruiz, S. John's University, New York.

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The Church: A Latino Catholic Perspective" in Benjamin Valentín, In Our Own Voices: Latino/a Renditions of Theology. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2010. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2009.

Jesus and Christology among Latino/a Theologians (Benjamín Valentín, page 85). Read. 6. A Way Forward for Latino/a Christology (Michael E. Lee, page 112). 7. The Church: A Latino Catholic Perspective (Roberto S. Goizueta, page 133). 8. Transforming Ecclesiology: Hip-Hop Matters (Harold J. Recinos, page 155).

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A fresh, ecumenical approach to systematic theology in a Latino/a voice. U.S. Latino/a theology has emerged as one of the most dynamic and creative theological developments in the last thirty years. Reflecting the diversity as well as commonality among Latino/a theologians, this ecumenical team of men and women, both Catholic and Protestant, explore some of the core symbols and doctrines of Christianity from a distinctively Latino/a perspective. Beginning with the doctrine of God, Creation, and human being, the authors present diverse perspectives on Christology, the church, and the kin-dom of God (la familia de Dios). Contributors include: Luis N. Rivera-Pagán; Jeanette Rodríguez; Carmen Nanko-Fernández; Michelle A. González; Michael Lee; Roberto S. Goizueta; Harold J. Recinos; Ada María Isasi-Díaz.