Theology is not the possession of a few intellectuals, but the reflection and work of the community as a whole. ¹
-Luis G. Pedraja
Last year, I prepared and shared a reading list on Latinx and Latin American theologies. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I have decided to update it to continue celebrating the brilliance and service of U.S. Latinx, Latin American, and Spanish-speaking Caribbean theologians, church historians, biblical scholars, ethicists, and ministers.
You can access it here. Feel free to share with students, friends, colleagues, and everybody who might find it helpful.
Edit: Yesterday, Sojourners also published a reading list on Latinx theology curated by Santi Rodríguez, a Colombian seminarian at the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest in Austin. Make sure to give it a look!
¹ Luis G. Pedraja, Teología: An Introduction to Hispanic Theology (Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 2003), 71.