bell hooks' Spiritual Vision
Buddhist, Christian, and Feminist
Widely heralded as a leading feminist scholar, bell hooks also identified as a Buddhist Christian who believed that love was the antidote to oppression. In bell hooks' Spiritual Vision, Nadra Nittle traces the spirituality in hooks' writings. The book shows hooks as a feminist and a believer who knit together her political and spiritual practices.
Walter Brueggemann's Prophetic Imagination
A Theological Biography
Walter Brueggemann's The Prophetic Imagination emerged seemingly out of nowhere in 1978. Its appeal took even the author by surprise. But its message and relevance, and the enigmatic prophet from Missouri, were just what the American church needed. This book addresses the mystery of a prophetic breakthrough that remains relevant and necessary.
How White Evangelicals Save the Bible to Save Themselves
Good Book shows how white evangelicals in the US make the Bible the "Good Book". As social norms change, evangelicals confront interpretive challenges as they render the Bible ever benevolent. Good Book shows the negotiations that Bible-benevolence projects demand, as evangelicals seek to maintain moral authority in a diverse religious landscape.
Body, Race, and Being, Second Edition
M. Shawn Copeland demonstrates how Black women's historical experience casts a different light on our theological ideas about being human. This new edition incorporates recent theological, historical, and political scholarship; engages with current social movements like #BlackLivesMatter and #MeToo; and presents a new chapter on the body.
Womanism, Freedom, and Resistance
Erotic Defiance considers the sacred and transformative power of the flesh, investigating the ethical and theological dimensions of the erotic experiences of Black women and performances of Black womanhood. Bryant approaches the erotic as a divine energy that manifests love through the flesh and makes healing, resistance, and self-making possible.
A Gospel for Workers
Cho Chi Song, Yeongdeungpo Urban Industrial Mission, and Minjung
This book introduces the life story of Cho Chi Song, from whom emerged three critical elements in Korean mission and theology: valuing workers, the urban industrial mission, and the platform for Minjung Theology. The subjects of this book were the sparks for Minjung Theology, which is still best known within Korea.
Lowell G. Almen, Denis J. Madden
Gordon A. Jensen, Robert Kolb
M. Shawn Copeland
Seo Deok-Seok, Jione Havea, David Song, Jooseop Keum, Kim Yong-Bock, Bae Hyunju
Paul J. Griffiths