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Decolonizing Theology: Panentheist Spiritualities and Proposals from the Ecofeminist Epistemologies of the South

Salazar, Marilú Rojas

Journal of feminist studies in religion, 2018, Vol.34(2), pp.92-98 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Decolonizing Theology: Panentheist Spiritualities and Proposals from the Ecofeminist Epistemologies of the South
  • Autor: Salazar, Marilú Rojas
  • Assuntos: Decolonization ; Latin America ; Ecofeminism ; Latin America ; Panentheism ; Religion ; Women'S Studies
  • É parte de: Journal of feminist studies in religion, 2018, Vol.34(2), pp.92-98
  • Descrição: In order to understand the importance of decolonizing theology, we must first understand that much of Christian theology came to us from the West and was a primary source for justifying the domination of the indigenous peoples of the Latin American continent. Christianity is thus an accomplice to this violent colonization. In addition to Christianity's complicity in exterminating not only indigenous people but also indigenous notions of sacrality, the concept and image of the Biblical Christian God was distorted by Christian colonization.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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