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Title Beyond the borders of baptism : catholicity, allegiances, and lived identities / edited by Michael L. Budde ; contributors, Braden P. Anderson, Maria Clara Lucchetti Bingemer, Michael L. Budde, Matthew Butler, William T. Cavanaugh, Jose Mario C. Francisco, SJ, Peter Galadza, Stanley Hauerwas, Daniel Izuzquiza, SJ, Slavica Jakelić, Pantelis Kalaitzidis, Eunice Karanja Kamaara, Emmanuel Katongole, Dorian Llywelyn, SJ, Martin Menke, Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ, A. Alexander Stummvoll
Imprint Eugene, Oregon : Cascade Books, [2016]
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 Ethnology Library  BR115.W6 B445 2016    AVAILABLE    30520020843562
Descript vii, 358 pages ; 24 cm
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Series Studies in World Catholicism
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 323-349) and indexes
Part Once: Identities, Allegiances and Theological Reflections -- Part Two: History, Context, Theology, and Eschatology: Notes, Experiences, Suggestions, and Possibilities -- Part Three: In Lieu of a Conclusion
People worldwide find themselves part of overlapping communities of identity and belonging--racial, political, cultural, sexual, ideological. Some identities, like brand loyalties, are chosen; some, like class identity, are imposed. As followers of Jesus Christ, those called to live in between the age that is and the age to come, Christians ask what it means to be part of the body of Christ, God's new creation from among the nations, in a world filled with other nations. "Who--and whose--are we?" There is no easy answer, no time at which Christians got it completely right. Yet such questions must be addressed, and the stakes are high. Matters of war and peace, exclusion and inclusion, who starves and who does not, the credibility of the gospel itself--all are caught up in the whirl of identities, allegiances imposed or refused, and questions about what "the church" might possibly mean in such circumstances. In this book, a distinguished group of scholars from five continents asks, "How can the church respect the diversity of its members -- many nations, cultures, and communities--while maintaining a coherent witness to the kingdom of God that is not undermined by more parochial ideologies or priorities?" -- Provided by publisher
Subject Church and the world
Christianity and politics
Globalization -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Identification (Religion)
Christian sociology
Alt Author Budde, Michael L., editor
Anderson, Braden, contributor
Bingemer, Maria Clara Lucchetti, contributor
Butler, Matthew, contributor
Cavanaugh, William, contributor
Francisco, Jose Mario C., contributor
Galadza, Peter, contributor
Hauerwas, Stanley, 1940- contributor
Izuzquiza, Daniel, contributor
Jakelic, Slavica, contributor
Kalaitzidēs, Pantelēs, contributor
Kamaara, Eunice, contributor
Katongole, Emmanuel, 1960- contributor
Llywelyn, Dorian, contributor
Menke, Martin, contributor
Orobator, A. E., contributor
Stummvoll, A. Alexander (Albert Alexander), 1983- contributor
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