U.S. Hispanic/Lati voices have emerged in the last ten years to become one of the strongest and most creative theological movements in the Americas. Fully ecumenical and organized in a systematic, collaborative framework, this major volume features Hispanic theology as seen from three perspectives: sources (the Bible, oral tradition, church history, etc, ); loci (urban barrios, exile, liberations, etc.); and rich and vigorous expressions (mujuerista theology, popular religions, and theopoetics).
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Ada Maria Isasi Diaz, Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, Fernando F. Segovia