27 October 2011

Article: Mapping Black Theology Globally

Article: Mapping Black Theology Globally

Against a "universal humanism": Edward P. Antonio (Iliff School of Theology), "Mapping Black Theology Globally" ("Religion Compass", 5 [2], February 2011: pp. 61-70).

Quote: "This essay is a survey of the global presence of black theology in three regions of the world: South Africa, Britain, and the Caribbean. The essay ... constructs its international presence as a summons to recognize the extent to which black theology itself is riven by the internal differences which always constitute it in the specific idiom of its local responses to the ubiquity of racism in modernity."

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