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Anglican Theology

Postcolonial Perspectives

Anglican Theology

Postcolonial Perspectives

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£25.00

Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334066231
Number of Pages: 272
Published: 30/06/2024
Width: 15.6 cm
Height: 23.4 cm
It is now widely acknowledged that Anglicanism, far from being centred on western contexts is a worldwide phenomenon, with some of its liveliest corners located in the global south. Yet the Anglican theology which is taught in institutions is still focused overwhelmingly on a handful of British and North American voices. By exploring the work of twenty tricontinential and marginalized Anglican theologians, this book begins to correct widespread bias in Anglican theology towards Britain and North Atlantic contexts. The chapters it gathers consider the methods, concerns and contributions to Anglican thought from tricontinental, Pasifika, and eastern European theologians, amongst minoritized African and Asian migrants to North Atlantic countries. Chapters include Esther Mombo on Jenny Te Paa, Michael Jaggasar on Mukti Barton, and George Sumner on Miroslav Volf.

Stephen Burns, James Tengatenga

Stephen Burns is Professor of Liturgical and Practical Theology at Pilgrim Theological College, University of Divinity, in Melbourne, Australia. He has taught in seminaries and universities in the UK, USA and Australia. James Tengatenga is Distinguished Professor of Global Anglicanism at the School of Theology, University of the South, near Chatanooga, Tennessee, USA. The previous Chair of the Anglican Consultative Council for the worldwide Anglican Communion, he is also a former bishop of Southern Malawi. Hes is a past recipient of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Cross of St Augustine, the second highest international award for services to Anglicanism.