Crosscurrents in Majority World and Minority Theology

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Crosscurrents in Majority World and Minority Theology 
3:30 PM to 5:30 PM

11/19/2022
Room TBD
This year’s session focuses on biblical and theological perspectives on identity. For more information, please contact K. K. Yeo (kkyeo@garrett.edu) and Gene L. Green (Gene.Green@Wheaton.edu).

K. K. Yeo, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Introduction (5 min)

Funlola Olojede, University of Stellenbosch
“And Ye Shall Spoil the Egyptians”: Africa as Plunder, a Postcolonial Reading of Exod 3:21-22 (10 min)

Ruben L. F. Habito, Perkins School of Theology
“No Self” and “In Christ”—Buddhist Light on Christian Identity (10 min)

Robert Chao Romero, UCLA and Fuller Seminary
Galilee and the “Glory and Honor of the Nations”: A Survey and Constructive Proposal of Latina/o/x Theological Identities (10 min)

Raymond Aldred, Vancouver School of Theology
Indigenous Identities: Making Relatives (10 min)

Discussion (75 min)

Gene Green, Wheaton College and Graduate School, Presiding