By Alejandro F. Botta
An analogous Bible that traditionally has been invoked to help exploitation can also be a resource of thought for these struggling with oppression and injustice. This choice of essays highlights the several receptions that liberationist hermeneutics has present in a few modern contexts. The authors, originating from a variety of international locations and continents and nurtured through varied theological insights, supply local overviews of releasing struggles and liberation hermeneutics or interact the biblical textual content from a variety of views, together with mujerista and feminist Afrocentric readings. this is often an enriching landscape of principles and readings all established at the Bible as a key to liberation. The individuals are Pablo R. Andiñach, Alejandro F. Botta, Gerald O. West, Hans de Wit, Erhard Gerstenberger, Jione Havea, Mercedes L. García Bachmann, Musa W. Dube, Theodore W. Jennings Jr., Luise Schottroff, Ada María Isasi-Díaz, Monica Jyotsna Melanchthon, Lai Ling Elizabeth Ngan, and Mortimer Arias.