Word Became Culture


This is the first volume in a new series that seeks to reconfigure key theological themes by retrieving sources from within the historical stream of Latino/a theologies and recontextualizing them in contemporary circumstances. It addresses what could be called a preferential option for culture, with essays by Miguel H. Diaz, Nestor Medina, Carmen Nanko-Fernandez, Jean-Pierre Ruiz, and Maria Teresa (MT) Davila on a variety of Latino/a lived expressions of faith. Included is a foreword by Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, who expands on the implications of the Incarnation.


SKU (ISBN): 9781626983861
Miguel Diaz
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: 2021
Publisher: Orbis Books


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