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Theologising Migration by Paul Woods

Theologising Migration

Description : The Asian church has begun to respond and reach out to migrants. However, this concern for the other is patchy and lacks robust theological foundations. This work uses otherness and liminality as lenses to examine the scripture in order to understand God's heart for migrants and the responsibility of His people towards them. It ends with some pointers towards concrete action by the church.

Subtitle : Otherness and LIminality in East Asia

Authors : Paul Woods

Published Date : 2015-08-13

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ISBN : 9781498237086

Page : 218 Pages

Categories : Religion

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