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Deep Inculturation: Global Voices on Christian Faith and Indigenous Genius

Deep Inculturation: Global Voices on Christian Faith and Indigenous Genius

Antonio D. Sison
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Traditionally, inculturation has referred to a strategy employed by Western missionaries to evangelize non-Christian cultures. But what does this look like from the other side, from the perspective of indigenous cultures of the Global South and immigrant-heritage cultures in the interstices of dominant cultures? Deep Inculturation features original essays by seven leading global theologians with a focus on what this inculturation looks like in particular contexts: Africa, Mexico, Japan, Australia, and Indonesia.

Contributors: Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ; Marzanna Poplawska, PhD; Ángel F. Méndez Montoya, PhD; Carmel Pilcher, RSJ, PhD; Ferdinand Okorie, CMF, PhD; and Christopher D. Tirres, PhD

“Deep Inculturation lives up to its title in shifting the understanding and practice of inculturation from a one-way limited process of insertion to a dynamic encounter of mutual transformation.”—Roger Schroeder, SVD, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago

Antonio D. Sison is Vatican Council II Chair of Theology, Professor of Systematic Theology, at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. He is author of The Art of Indigenous Inculturation: Grace on the Edge of Genius.


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