Contemporary Issues of Migration and Theology
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With a diverse list of contributors, this volume seeks to discuss in depth some of the key issues that migration poses to World Christianity in the fields of constructive theology, ethics, spirituality, mission, ministry, inculturation, interreligious dialogue, and theological education.

Produktbeschreibung
With a diverse list of contributors, this volume seeks to discuss in depth some of the key issues that migration poses to World Christianity in the fields of constructive theology, ethics, spirituality, mission, ministry, inculturation, interreligious dialogue, and theological education.
Autorenporträt
DR. STEPHEN B. BEVANS, SVD, Louis J. Luzbetak Professor of Theology and Culture at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, USA GEMMA TULUD CRUZ Senior Lecturer in Theology at Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia DR. MARION GRAU Associate Professor of Theology at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific, USA DR. DANIEL G. GROODY Associate Professor of Theology and the Director of the Center for Latino Spirituality and Culture at the Institute for Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame, USA DALE T. IRVIN President and Professor of World Christianity of New York Theological Seminary, USA DR. ELAINE PADILLA Assistant Professor of Constructive Theology and Director of Assessment at New York Theological Seminary, USA DR. LUIS N. RIVERA-PAGAN Princeton Theological Seminary's Henry Winters Luce Emeritus Professor of Ecumenics and Mission, USA DR. LESTER EDWIN J. RUIZ joined the Association of Theological Schools in August 2008 as director, accreditation and institutional evaluation DR. JONATHAN Y. TAN Associate Professor of Theology at the Australian Catholic University and editor of The Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: E.Padilla  & P.C.Phan Xenophobia or Xenophilia: Towards a Theology of Migration; L.N.Pagán Exile as a Spiritual Condition; M.Grau The Spirit of Hospitality; E.Padilla Migration Spirituality; D.Groody Migration and Mission; S.Bevans Migration and the City; D.Irvin Migration and Inculturation; G.Cruz Migration and Interreligious Dialogue; J.Tan Migration and Theological Education; L.Ruiz
Rezensionen
"Contemporary Issues of Migration and Theology is a significant volume of theological essays on crucial facets of migration, which is one of the major consequences of globalization. This volume is unique in presenting a wealth of much-needed theological analyses on the exceedingly complex phenomenon of contemporary migration, with its attendant reconstitution and redefinition of spaces and theopolitical implications for a global outlook." - Namsoon Kang, Professor of World Christianity and Religions, Brite Divinity School, TCU, USA, Author of Cosmopolitan Theology

"Elaine Padilla and Peter C. Phan have gathered a collection of perspectives on the enormous impact that immigration is having on the field of theology today. These essays demonstrate that Eurocentric assumptions of truth and method are increasingly becoming associated with white dominance, and that Christian theologians ignore the 'dogmatic' centrality of immigration at their own risk." - Orlando Espin, Professor, Theology and Religious Studies, University of San Diego, USA

"This volume's breadth of important topics, insightful analyses, and leading practitioner scholars distinguish it as a landmark work. I highly recommend it!" - Timothy Matovina, Professor of Theology and Executive Director of the Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame, USA