In 1988 Virginia Fabella from the Philippines and Mercy Amba
Oduyoye from Ghana coedited With Passion and Compassion: Third
world Women Doing Theology, based on the work of the Women's
Commission of the Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians
(EATWOT). The book has been widely used as an important resource
for understanding women's liberation theologies, in Africa, Asia,
and Latin America emerging out of women's struggles for justice in
church and society. More than twenty years have passed and it is
time to bring out a new collection of essays to signal newer
developments and to include emerging voices.
Divided into four partsContext and Theology; Scripture;
Christology; and Body, Sexuality, and Spiritualitythese carefully
selected essays paint a vivid picture of theological developments
among indigenous women and other women living in the global South
who face poverty, violence, and war and yet find abundant hope
through their faith.
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