Remembering Esperanza: A Cultural-Political Theology for North American Praxis

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INDEX
Address: theological, 28–29; theoretical practice of, 153–54
Admiration and liminality, 199–208
Aeschylus, The Furies, 109
Aesthetic, homosexual, 121
After Virtue (Maclntyre), 32
Amerindian: Guatemalan, 10–12, 42; Mayan, 214; Zapotec, 1, 5, 6, 15
Anality, racism and, 143–47
Application, Hans-Georg Gadamer on, 58–59
Ardener, Shirley and Edwin, 101–105, 152–53
Autobiography, theology and, 2–4
Baker, Houston, 84, 147
Baldwin, James, “Going to Meet the Man,” 143
Barth, Karl, 159, 163
Beale, Frances, 112
Being and Time (Heidegger), 57
Bernard, Jesse, 96
Bernstein, Richard, 37, 202
Bible, the: emancipation and, 181–85; structural character of, 183–85
Biblical Hermeneutics (Croatto), 182
Biblical text, “forward of,” 185
Black literary aesthetic, 147–48
Blackness: of Christ, 226–27; emancipation of, 225–32
Body, human: affirmation of, 120–21; sacralization of, 222–24
Boff, Clodovis, 154
Boff, Leonardo, Christ the Liberator, 160
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 163
Boswell, John, 160
Breadwinner role, male dominance of, 93–95
Briggs, Sheila, 113
Brock, Rita Nakashima: Christa/Community and, 211; Journeys by Heart, 169
Brooks, Gwendolyn, “Primer for Blacks,” 228
Capitalism: feminism and, 128–32; racism and, 137–39
Capitalism and Slavery (Williams), 137
Capps, Donald, 50
Caputo, John D.: on Hans-Georg Gadamer, 36, 60; on hermeneutics, 55; Radical Hermeneutics, 39–40
Cardenal, Ernesto, The Gospel in Solentiname, 46
Chapman, Tracy, 77
Child care, 91–93, 215–217
“Chimes of Freedom” (Dylan), vi Chodorow, Nancy, 98, 115, 116
A Choice of Heroes (Gerzon), 89–90, 95
Chopp, Rebecca S., 25
Christ, Jesus: blackness of, 226–27; christology and, 170–75; divinity of, 173; gender and, 157–59; as leaven, 171–72; as Liberator, 177–78; person of, 172–73; in reconciliatory emancipation, 150–93; work of, 173
Christ dynamic, the, 170–89
Christian mythos, the, 150–93: blackenized, 227–30; failures of, 162–63; Jesus, life-praxis and, 168–70; need for, 162–70
Christian tradition: christology and, 157–62; homosexuals in, 121–22
Christology: Christian traditions and, 157–62; christopraxis and, 151–54; classism and, 160–61; deliverance and, 155–57; ethnocentrism and, 161–62; heterosexism and, 159–60; Jesus Christ and, 170–75; racism and, 161; soteriology and, 154–62
Christology at the Crossroads (Sobrino), 160
Christopraxis: christology and, 151–54; theology and, 18–20

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