A Reading List on Latinx and Latin American Theologies

A Reading List on Latinx and Latin American Theologies

  Theology is not the possession of a few intellectuals, but the reflection and work of the community as a whole. ¹ -Luis G. Pedraja Two years ago, 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 [...]

23 Latin American Women and USA Latinas in Theology and Religion You Should Know About

23 Latin American Women and USA Latinas in Theology and Religion You Should Know About

Para la versión en español, oprima aquí. “She studies, and disputes, and teaches, and thus she serves her Faith; for how could God, who gave her reason, want her ignorant?” -Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Villancico[1]   In 1651, Mexico gave birth to whom is arguably the first female theologian in the Americas, Sor [...]

20 Puerto Rican Theologians and Biblical Scholars You Should Know About

20 Puerto Rican Theologians and Biblical Scholars You Should Know About

Para la versión en español, oprima aquí. Editorial note: This post was originally titled "17 Puerto Rican Theologians You Should Know About." In a desire to be more precise, I have updated the title. Also, this list is constantly being updated as I learn about more Puerto Rican theologians and biblical scholars.  “When you come [...]

So… In Latin America they do not care about orthodoxy, right?

So… In Latin America they do not care about orthodoxy, right?

...a fellow seminary student asked, as he walked towards me at the library. Although the question sounded harsh, I could tell he was coming from a place of ignorance and genuinely wanted to know. I could not blame him. Many theological institutions claim to equip and prepare people to serve the global church, frequently pointing to the diversity of their [...]