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"Who is the Other?": The Intersection of Anthropological and Theological Discourse On U.S. Relations with Latin American Refugees
The existence of oneself logically necessitates the existence of another, for being able to define what one is requires that one differentiates from what one is not. This is referred to as the self-other dichotomy. The ...
Addressing Racism in the Church: A Historical, Sociological, Theological, and Practical Account
In the past decade, a growing body of literature has examined the pernicious relationship between racism and Christianity, making it an increasingly pressing issue for modern-day ministers to address. However, many are ...