Published April 30, 2008
by ATF Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||174|
In Rainbow Theology, Patrick S. Cheng does what no one else has done to date: he systematically examines the theological writings of LGBTIQ people of color in order to reflect upon the theological significance of the intersections of race and queer sexuality across multiple ethnic and cultural by: 5. Rainbow Theology is the first book to reflect upon the theological significance of the intersections of race and queer sexuality across multiple ethnic and cultural groups. This is particularly important in light of the current polarizing debates over issues of race, sexuality, and religion within churches and communities of faith around the world. Rainbow Spirit theology: Towards an Australian aboriginal theology Paperback – by George Rosendale (Author)Author: George Rosendale. Rainbow Spirit Theology is a highly unusual book of theology by Aboriginal theologians in Australia. It is a collective work of the reflections of a group of Aboriginal leaders in Queensland, including Catholic, Lutheran, Anglican and Uniting Church theologians.
The work was inspired by "Rainbow Spirit Theology", a book that emerged from inter-denominational workshops of Aboriginal Christian leaders from North Queensland. All Australian Christians should read “Rainbow Spirit Theology”. It is a small and cheap book, there is no excuse! This is not a new book, it was first published in It is based on workshops in involving a number of Aboriginal Christians in Cape York. this theology greater depth and value to Aboriginal people. The introduction of the Rainbow Spirit led to a major reorientation of aspects of this indigenous theology. The present text reflects some differences that exist between the workshop participants about the relative significance of the Rainbow Size: 1MB. Rainbow Spirit Theology represents a landmark in Australian theology. This text has been prepared by a group of Aboriginal Christian leaders with the aim of integrating the traditions of Aboriginal.
Rainbow Spirit Theology asserts that the gospel needs to be expressed in Aboriginal terms for Aboriginal people. The Rainbow Spirit Elders articulate an indigenous theology to help revitalize Aboriginal spirituality. Their contextualization model is anthropological; Aboriginal culture is their main source for doing theology. Scripture and church tradition are secondary sources that are Author: Darren J. Cronshaw. Rainbow spirit theology: towards an Australian Aboriginal theology. [Rainbow Spirit Elders.] -- Provides a source of genuine dialogue between Aboriginal and immigrant Christians who enjoy a rich life on what was once Aboriginal land. Rainbow Spirit Theology represent a landmark in Australian theology. This text has been prepared by a group of Aboriginal Christian leaders with the aim of integrating the traditions of Aboriginal culture with the traditions of Christianity. 1. The necessity of Rainbow Spirit theology 2. Doing Rainbow Spirit theology 3. Land and culture 4. Land and crying 5. Land and Christ 6. Land and reconciliation Appendices: 1. The land and the beginning: comments on Genesis 1 and 2 2. Abraham and the land: comments on the land as host country 3.