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Colonialism involves more than just territorial domination. It also creates cultural space that silences and disenfranchises those who do not hold power. This process of subjugation continues today in various forms of neocolonialism, such as globalization. Postcolonialism arose in the latter half of the twentieth century to challenge the problem of coloniality at the level ...more
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Published June 5th 2014 by IVP Academic
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Evangelical Postcolonial Conversations: Global Awakenings in Theology and Praxis edited by Kay Higuera Smith, Jayachitra Lalitha, and L. Daniel Hawk. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2014.

Summary: This book arises from a roundtable that sought to apply postcolonial concepts to re-visioning evangelical theology and praxis, coming to terms both with how colonialism shaped evangelical theology and mission and what it means to listen to the voices of the formerly colonized.

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Aug 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
challenging and changing. I highly recommend this book. It takes a bit of effort to learn the vocabulary of the contributors but it is worth it. There is such a great love for Jesus among the contributors. I appreciate all of their work in bringing hard issues to light that have distracted from the main message of Jesus. I learned and learned. I theologically disagree with a few contributors but their contributions did not hinge or our theological differences.
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Jan 29, 2015 rated it liked it
As a mashup of Evangelical thought on the subject of Postcolonialism this is an extremely helpful book. Some chapters are simply brilliant. Others less so, but still worth the read.
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