La reflexión teológica latinoamericana y caribeña es y ha sido históricamente relevante. En palabra y hecho ha respondido activamente a las crisis políticas, socio-económicas, y ecológicas. Sin embargo, esos recursos y discusiones no siempre llegan a nuestras comunidades de fe locales. Aquí le brindamos 7 recursos acerca de feminismo y fe desde las voces y los ojos de teólogas latinoamericanas y caribeñas.
Theology is not the possession of a few intellectuals, but the reflection and work of the community as a whole. ¹ -Luis G. Pedraja Four years ago, I prepared and shared a reading list on Latino/a/x and Latin American theologies. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, I have decided to update it to continue celebrating the [...]
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 In 1651, Mexico gave birth to whom is arguably the first female theologian in the Americas, Sor [...]
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 [...]
...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 [...]