Remembering Esperanza has been acclaimed as this generation's most important synthesis of critical theory and Christian theology. Taylor offers North American models of a new theology that serves an informed, critical transformative praxis of resistance to sexism, classism, racism. Taylor's work forges a vital link to an engaged Christianity and the Christ who is its source.
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