Coming Full Circle : Constructing Native Christian Theology. [print]

By: Charleston, Steven [author]Contributor(s): Robinson, Elaine AMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: Lanham : Fortress Press, (c)2015Description: 1 online resource (238 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781506400488; 1506400485Subject(s): Religion | Theology, Doctrinal ; Popular works | Theology, Doctrinal | Christianity and other religions -- North America | North AmericaGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: BT77BT77.R659.C665 2015Online resources: Ebook Library | Click here to access ONLINE RESOURCE COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Coming Full Circle; Coming Full Circle; Contents; Preface; Contributors; Theory-Articulating a Native American Theological Theory; Revelation and Epistemology-We Know the Land, the Land Knows Us: Places of Revelation, Place as Revelation; Restoration and Reconciliation-Restoring Truth in a Time of Repentance; Heaven and Hell-Heaven (Ga lv la di tso sv) and Hell (Tsv s gi no): A Cherokee Mother and Bishop's Perspective; Creation-The New Creation: A Maskoke Postcolonial Perspective; Sin-Ambiguity and Complexity and the Sin of Not Conforming
Church-Wocekiye Okolakiciye: A Lakota Experience of the ChurchWorship and Prayer-Living Prayer, Living Worship; Mission and Ministry-Church and Culture: A Difficult Beginning; Theological Anthropology-On Being Human: An Interview with Ada Deer; For Further Reading; Index
Summary: Coming Full Circle provides a working constructive dogmatics in Native Christian theology. Drawing together leading scholars in the field, this volume seeks to encourage theologians to reconsider the rich possibilities present in the intersection between Native theory and practice and Christian theology and practice. This innovative work begins with a Native American theory for doing constructive Christian theology and illustrates the possibilities with chapters on specific Christian doctrines in a "theology in outline." This volume will make an important contribution representing the Native A.
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Coming Full Circle; Coming Full Circle; Contents; Preface; Contributors; Theory-Articulating a Native American Theological Theory; Revelation and Epistemology-We Know the Land, the Land Knows Us: Places of Revelation, Place as Revelation; Restoration and Reconciliation-Restoring Truth in a Time of Repentance; Heaven and Hell-Heaven (Ga lv la di tso sv) and Hell (Tsv s gi no): A Cherokee Mother and Bishop's Perspective; Creation-The New Creation: A Maskoke Postcolonial Perspective; Sin-Ambiguity and Complexity and the Sin of Not Conforming

Church-Wocekiye Okolakiciye: A Lakota Experience of the ChurchWorship and Prayer-Living Prayer, Living Worship; Mission and Ministry-Church and Culture: A Difficult Beginning; Theological Anthropology-On Being Human: An Interview with Ada Deer; For Further Reading; Index

Coming Full Circle provides a working constructive dogmatics in Native Christian theology. Drawing together leading scholars in the field, this volume seeks to encourage theologians to reconsider the rich possibilities present in the intersection between Native theory and practice and Christian theology and practice. This innovative work begins with a Native American theory for doing constructive Christian theology and illustrates the possibilities with chapters on specific Christian doctrines in a "theology in outline." This volume will make an important contribution representing the Native A.

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