How Immigrant Christians Living In Mixed Cultures Interpret Their Religion: Asian-American Diasporic Hybridity And Its Implications For Hermeneutics
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How Immigrant Christians Living in Mixed Cultures Interpret Their Religion: Asian-American Diasporic Hybridity and Its Implications for Hermeneutics
This study is an attempt to explore the significance of diasporic hybridity for theology in general and hermeneutics in particular, referring to a complex of experiences involving being uprooted from a homeland and moving to a new, often inhospitable place where one acquires a hybrid identity over time due to one's location between two or more cultural worlds with which one can claim some affiliation. This work focused particularly on Asian-Americans.
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|Publisher||Edwin Mellen Pr|
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