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Cultural Encounters: A Journal For The Theology Of Culture

Volume 11 Number 2 (Summer 2016)

Published on in “Religion & Spirituality, Religion & Spirituality”, language — English. 125 pages.
Eating a meal is a prominent event with great significance in both Jesus's life and teachings, as well as scripture as a whole. Culling from biblical sources as well as literature, pre-modern Christian scholars, contemporary thinkers like Karl Barth and Mother Teresa, as well as recent scientific research in agriculture, GMO's, cultural anthropology and more, this volume of Cultural Encounters explores the theology and spirituality of food in our modern and post-modern contexts. More
A ground-breaking journal offering a biblically informed, Christ-centered trinitarian engagement with contemporary culture. Each issue will address a variety of themes such as religious pluralism, racialization, materialism, poverty, the increased urbanization of the world, the environment, cross-cultural contextualization, sexuality, genetic engineering, post-modernity, public discourse, politics, and more. More
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