6 edition of Decolonizing Biblical Studies found in the catalog.
by Orbis Books
Written in English
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Postcolonial perspectives in African biblical interpretations / edited by Musa W. Dube, Andrew M. Mbuvi, and Dora R. Mbuwayesango. p. cm. — (Society of Biblical Literature global perspectives on biblical scholarship ; no. 13) Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Fernando Segovia (born ) is Oberlin Graduate Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Vanderbilt University Divinity School, and in was the President of the Society of Biblical a is a theologian, scriptural critic, and cultural critic. In his role in postcolonial biblical criticism, Segovia focuses upon the New Testament and the origins of Christianity.
African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Linguistics Media Studies Middle East and Theorizing a Decolonizing Science Education for Development in Africa. OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Decolonizing biblical studies: an opening address / J.A. Oladunjoye --General introduction / S.O. Abogunrin --What is African biblical studies?/ David Tuesday Adamo --Inculturation as decolonization of biblical studies in Africa / Justin S. Ukpong --Decolonizing biblical studies in Africa: a socio-rhetorical perspective.
Heltzel, whose previous book Jesus and Justice: Evangelicals, Race, and American Politics () investigated the role of race in evangelical politics, has several aims for Resurrection City. First, he wants white Christians, particularly evangelicals, to own up to how European and North American theologies and lived religions have benefited. Noting that the ways of interpreting the Bible now practiced in the West are patriarchal and oppressive of those in other parts of the world, Dube offers an alternative interpretation that attends to and respects needs of women in the two-thirds world. In a provocative and insightful reading of the book of Matthew, she shows us how to read the Bible as decolonizing rather than imperialist.
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Fernando Segovia has a lucid, systematic, all-emcompassing mind and his book, Decolonizing Biblical Studies, is jam-packed with wonderful insight.
The problem is, he can't write. The book is almost impenetrable. Run-on sentences abound. When I read aloud the last sentence on page 8, for instance, my wife and I laughed until the tears by: Decolonizing Biblical Studies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Book annotation not available for this title/5(6). In Decolonizing Biblical Studies, Fernando Segovia analyzes the models and practices at work in biblical criticism and pedagogy, in particular the emerging voices of the non-Western world.
By exploring the principles that underlie all contextual readings of scripture -- Hispanic/Latino(a), Black, feminist, and Third World -- he offers a powerful challenge to the dominant paradigms of Decolonizing Biblical Studies book interpretation.
In Decolonizing Biblical Studies, Fernando Segovia analyzes the models and practices at work in biblical criticism and pedagogy, in particular the emerging voices of the non-Western world. Decolonizing God is a welcome and valuable contribution to biblical studies, postcolonial studies, hermeneutics and public theology.
It is a fascinating examination of the historical use of Scripture in colonisation and a helpful argument for fresh post-colonial by: In Decolonizing Biblical Studies, Fernando Segovia analyzes the models and practices at work in biblical criticism and pedagogy, in particular the emerging voices of the non-Western world.
Thoughts on Decolonizing Biblical Studies: A View from the Margins by Fernando Segovia. This book is pretty sweet. Segovia’s reflection on twentieth century biblical criticism focuses on the shift from seeing the text as a means, an entry point to reach Decolonizing Biblical Studies book to the historical locus from which the text originated, and the text as a medium in which the literary communicative act between author Author: Tripp Fuller.
of biblical studies. It is a reflection of current trends, as well as a description and prescription for the future, recognizing the ability of non-Western folk to make valuable contributions to biblical studies, apart from traditionally Western points of view.
That is, he hopes for future biblical studies to be global and de-centered. Eric Barreto Decem 1 Segovia, Fernando F. Decolonizing Biblical Studies: A View from the Margins. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, Part I.
GRAND MODELS AND STRATEGIES OF INTERPRETATION A. 1: “AND THEY BEGAN TO SPEAK IN OTHER TONGUES”: COMPETING MODES OF DISCOURSE IN CONTEMPORARY BIBLICAL CRITICISM – Simply put, the guild of.
African biblical studies is not done in absolute exclusion of western biblical methology. It can be complimentary. Conditions for African Biblical Studies In my book, Exploration in African Biblical Studies, I suggested five main conditions for practicing African biblical studies successfully.
21 1. The interpreter must be an insider. The first book in the new Postcolonialism and Religions series offers a preview of the series focus on multireligious, indigenous, and transnational scholarly voices.
In this book, the once arch enemies of Religious studies and Postcolonial theory become critical companions in shared. Book Details. The field of biblical studies has seen radical changes in the conception, practice, and teaching of biblical criticism.
Decolonizing Biblical Studies analyzes models and practices at work in biblical criticsm and pedagogy today, particularly the emerging voices of tne non-Western world.
By exploring the principles that underlie all contextual readings of scripture--Hispanic/Latino (s), Black. “Decolonization is the process whereby we intend the conditions we want to live and social relations we wish to have. We have to supplant the colonial logic of the state itself. German philosopher Gustav Landauer wrote almost a hundred years ago that "the State is a condition, a certain relationship between human beings, a mode of behaviour.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(2). Decolonizing God by Mark G A ground-breaking work of scholarship that makes a major intervention into post-colonial studies. This book confirms the relevance of post-colonial theory to biblical scholarship and provides an exciting and original approach to biblical interpretation.
Acutely sensitive to the historical as well as. The Reverend Dr. David Joy is a presbyter of the Church of South India, South Kerala Diocese. Currently he is a professor, teaching New Testament, at the United Theological College, Bangalore. He is an executive committee member of the Society for Biblical Studies in India.
African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Linguistics Media Studies Middle A Decolonizing Approach to Community-Based Action Research.
Decolonising the Mind: the Politics of Language in African Literature (Heinemann Educational, ), by the Kenyan novelist and post-colonial theorist Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o, is a collection of essays about language and its constructive role in national culture, history, and book, which advocates linguistic decolonization, is one of Ngũgĩ's best-known and most-cited non-fiction.
How to Cite. Latvus, K. () Decolonizing Yahweh: A Postcolonial Reading of 2 Kingsin The Postcolonial Biblical Reader (ed R. Sugirtharajah), Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, UK. doi: /ch This story serves as a parabolic background for Dube’s discussion of postcolonial biblical interpretation.
As a black African who now teaches biblical studies at the University of Botswana, Dube is highly sensitive to the way the Bible has been used to colonize and subjugate non-Western : Reta Halteman Finger. Download decolonizing god or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Description: Scholars from biblical studies and theology have recently been engaged in various ways in the project of theological interpretation of Scripture. This literature has raised issues about the theological content of the biblical material.The first book in the new Postcolonialism and Religions series offers a preview of the series focus on multireligious, indigenous, and transnational scholarly voices.
In this book, the once arch enemies of Religious studies and Postcolonial theory become critical companions in shared analysis.Liberation biblical interpretation and postcolonial biblical interpretation have a long history of mutual constitution.
This essay analyzes a particular context in which these discourses and their praxis have forged a third conversation partner: decolonial biblical interpretation. African and specifically South African biblical hermeneutics are the focus of reflections in this : Gerald O.