Decolonizing Theology: A Caribbean Perspective
This is a book that provides a historical study of the development of Christianity in the Caribbean islands and South America. It assesses the complex nature of the evolution of the religion in the region and its adaptation by the local people to meet the socio-cultural and spiritual needs inherent in their struggle for freedom.
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African-American Studies, Americas, Bible Study and Reference, Books, Christian Books and Bibles, Criticism and Interpretation, Elections and Political Process, Ethnic and Tribal, General, History, Humanities, New, Used and Rental Textbooks, Old Testament, Political Science, Politics and Government, Politics and Social Sciences, Religion and Spirituality, Religious, Religious Studies, Social Sciences, Specialty Boutique, Specific Demographics, Subjects, United States, World