Return to Babel | Misreading Scripture With Western Eyes | Global Theology in Evangelical Perspective | Creating a Missional Culture | Scripture in the World Religions | Reading the Bible from the Margins | The Church and the Crisis of Community | Voices from the Margin | Global Hermeneutics?
From the foreword by Professor Edwin Yamauchi:
As someone who was descended from immigrants from Okinawa to Hawaii, the most racially and culturally diverse state in the Union, I can keenly appreciate the insight the writers of the essays in this volume have offered as to the relevance of particular Scriptures to a variety of cultural and ethnic groups throughout the world and to immigrant communities in the United States. Edwin Yamauchi, Professor Emeritus, Miami University
Introduction Craig Keener and M. Daniel Carroll R.
Reading the Bible through Other Lenses: New Vistas from an Hispanic Diaspora Perspective M. Daniel Carroll R. Response K. K. Yeo
Neither Tamil Nor Sinhalese: Reading Galatians in Sri Lanka David A. DeSilva
Response Nijay Gupta
Word Becoming Flesh [On Appropriation]: Engaging Daniel as a Survival Manual Barbara M. Leung Lai
Response Chloe Sun
Reading Ephesians 6:10 18 in the Light of African Pentecostal Spirituality J. Ayodeji Adewuya
Response Daniel Darko
The Bible as Specimen, Talisman, and Dragoman in Africa: A look at Some African uses of the Psalms and 1 Corinthians 12 14 Grant LeMarquand
Response Osvaldo Padilla
About: This book, a collection of essays from ethnically diverse scholars familiar with both non-Western and Western hermeneutic traditions, explores what it means to allow the interpretations of the non-Western church to be heard-heeded and appreciated-by the Western church and its educated elite.
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