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White Theology: Outing Supremacy in Modernity By James W. Perkinson,

  • Title: White Theology: Outing Supremacy in Modernity
  • Author: James W. Perkinson
  • ISBN: 9781403965844
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • White Theology re examines white race privilege throughout history and its relationship to black theology James W Perkinson articulates a white theology of responsibility responding to the claims of James Cone and other black scholars that serious engagement with history and culture must be at the heart of any American projection of integrity or salvation in the modeWhite Theology re examines white race privilege throughout history and its relationship to black theology James W Perkinson articulates a white theology of responsibility responding to the claims of James Cone and other black scholars that serious engagement with history and culture must be at the heart of any American projection of integrity or salvation in the modern period Perkinson interweaves autobiography and postcolonial analysis, history, and phenomenology to explore white supremacy and the future of religious studies This is an essential and groundbreaking book for courses in religious studies, African American studies, and theology.
    White Theology Outing Supremacy in Modernity White Theology re examines white race privilege throughout history and its relationship to black theology James W Perkinson articulates a white theology of responsibility responding to the claims of J

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    1. Loved concept If there is black theology, Latino theology, theology of the oppressed, feminist theology why do whites think that European male theology is Theology Evidently, Perkinson is the first to write about this seriously.On the other hand, this was almost unreadable Written for academic theologians with a hard to understand stream of consciousness style.Hope he or someone writes book for general public.

    2. This is supposed to be a white response to James Cone s Black Theology of Liberation but I don t think it gets there I m sure Perkinson did a TON of work to put this book together, but it s written in such long, confusing sentences steeped in theology that I don t yet understand Even now as I take a second go at it, I find myself lost rather than steeped in thought about what an anti racist white theology might look like.

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