How Immigrant Christians Living in Mixed Cultures Interpret Their Religion: Asian-American Diasporic Hybridity and Its Implications for Hermenuetics

How Immigrant Christians Living in Mixed Cultures Interpret Their Religion: Asian-American Diasporic Hybridity and Its Implications for Hermenuetics

By: Julius-Kei Kato (author)Hardback

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I: Conceptual Frameworks & Contexts; Conceptual Frameworks for this Study: Hybridity, disapora, culture and their implications for hermeneutics; On Asian Americans and Diasporic Hybridity: the Asian American version of diaspora and hybridity; II: In Conversation with Asian American Theological Voices; A Brief Hermeneutical and Procedural Intermezzo; From "the Cross in the Lotus World" to "In-Between/In-Both": conversations with C.S. Song and Jung Young Lee; Betwixt-and-Between, Holy Insecurity, and Interstitial Integrity: Expanding the hermeneutical picture with in sights from Peter Phan, Fumitaka Matsuoka, and Rita Nakashima Brock; III: Interpreting from This Asian American Diasporic and Hybrid Place; In Search of Heuristic Aids Liberation Theologies and David Tracy's Hermeneutics as Heuristic Aids to Describe Asian American Hermeneutics; The Shape of Asian American Hermeneutics: Key elements that comprise a process of hermeneutics rooted in the Asian American experience of diasporic hybridity; Actual Hermeneutical Conversations: Asian Christianity as betwixt and between worlds and the canon's hybrid identity.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773439191
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 372
  • ID: 9780773439191
  • ISBN10: 0773439196

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