Offers 12 perspectives on liberative theologies from all areas of the margins: Latin American, African, Asian, Non-Christian, Hispanic, African American, Asian-American, Poverty & Class, Feminist, Women of Colour, GLBT and Disability. Each text serves both as a survey of the diverse strands of liberative theological discourses and as an introduction to the scholars and texts any reader should pursue in order to delve into more advanced or more specific religious concepts. Each also includes resources for further reading, discussion questions, and a number of inserts and pull-outs to explain important concepts.
Miguel A. De La Torre is Professor of Social Ethics and Latino/a studies at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, CO. He was elected as the 2012 president of the Society of Christian Ethics. He has written or edited 26 books, and received several national book awards. De La Torre lives in Denver, CO.