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Mother tongue theologies
Darren J. N. Middleton

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Mother tongue theologies
poets, novelists, non-Western Christianity
edited by Darren J.N. Middleton

Published 2009 by Pickwick Publications in Eugene, Or .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

The ambiguity of suffering: Dostoevsky and the Russian Orthodox tradition
Evgenia V. Cherkasova --
The unorthodox Greek Orthodoxy of Constantine Cavafy -- John Estes
In lieu of logos: creation and redemption in the poetry of Scott Cairns -- J. A. Jackson
The collision of two cultures: Chinua Achebe's Things fall apart and Christianity's coming to Nigeria -- Catherine Winn Merritt ; Eric J. Sterling
Jesus of Nazareth in Ghana's deep forest: the Africanization of Christianity in Madam Afua Kuma's poetry -- Darren J. N. Middleton
Essential being: reflections of Christianity and human survival in Caribbean literature / Mozella G. Mitchell --
"They come smiling out of the morgue": historical resurrections in Ernesto Cardenal's Nicaragua (1934-70) -- Ellin Sterne Jimmerson
The syncretism of Candomblé and feminism in Helena Parente Cunha's Woman between mirrors -- Isabel Asensio-Sierra
The pilgrim's progress: Ayemenem House and the Syrian Christian church in Kerala, India -- Mini Chandran
Converting the idolatrous heathens: British missionaries in the South Sea islands and India in children's fiction -- Ymitri Mathison
Conflicts between Christianity and Korean Shamanism in Nora Okja Keller's Comfort woman -- J. Stephen Pearson
Christianity's cross-cultural (mis)translation in Amy Tan's fiction -- Di Gan Blackburn
Images of religion in South Pacific fiction: an interpretation of Albert Wendt's Pouliuli -- Jack A. Hill
Native-Christian syncretism in two Louise Erdrich novels -- Sinéad Moynihan.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-235).


Library of Congress
PN49 .M75 2009

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xvi, 235 p. ;
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