1. Introduction John Parratt; 2. Latin America Jose Miguez Bonino; 3. India Kirsteen Kim; 4. East Asia Edmond Tang; 5. Africa, East and West Diane Stinton; 6. Southern Africa Isabel Apawo Phiri; 7. The Caribbean George Mulrain; 8. Postscript John Parratt.
An overview of the main trends and contributions to Christian thought of Third World theologies.
John Parratt is Professor of Third World Theologies at the University of Birmingham. He has taught and researched widely in Africa, India, and the Pacific. His books include Papuan Belief and Ritual (1976), Reinventing Christianity, African Theology Today (1995), A Reader in African Christian Theology (1987, revised and expanded1997), A Guide to Doing Theology (1996) and The Pleasing of the Gods, Meitei Lai Haraoba (with S. Arambam Parratt, 1997).
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