Disabling the Way We Read : Betwixt and Between the Glorified (Veiled) Moses at Sinai and Corinth

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Nathan, Emmanuel. (2021). Disabling the Way We Read : Betwixt and Between the Glorified (Veiled) Moses at Sinai and Corinth. In Theological and Hermeneutical Explorations from Australia - Horizons of Contextuality pp. 139-150 Lexington Books.
AuthorsNathan, Emmanuel
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This book presents theological, cultural, ecclesial, and hermeneutical explorations from a specific context—Australia. It invites reimagining of theology and hermeneutics against the horizons of indigeneity and sovereignty, contingencies of context, feminist theologies, multiculturalism and intercultural theologies, sexual abuse and ecclesial cover-ups, suicide and worship, tradition(ing)s and betrayal, art and popular cultures, climate effects and climate (in) justice, disability theories, Islamic insights, migration and the images of home, and heaps of contextual matters in between. The chapters are organized into three sections: (1) Roots presents some of the starting points for contextual thinking in Australia and beyond; (2) Wounds attends to the demands of “bodies on the line” upon theological, biblical, and ecclesial engagements; and (3) Shifts pokes at thinkers and critics.

KeywordsChristianity; Australia; Theology; Religion ; Biblical Studies
Page range139-150
Year01 Jan 2021
Book titleTheological and Hermeneutical Explorations from Australia - Horizons of Contextuality
PublisherLexington Books
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
ISBN978-1-9787-0307-0
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