On Disabilities: The Need to Disable Isolation and Foster Belonging--
This issue invites the church to reframe our thinking and imagination so that we move beyond exclusion, and even inclusion, to a cruciform sense of belonging. Cruciform belonging involves dying to privileging societal notions of normalcy known as “ableism.” Rather, we must amplify and highlight the vital contributions of those we often marginalize because of “real” or “perceived” disabilities. Mais
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, postmodernity, public discourse, politics, and more. Mais