By Jione Havea
Together during this publication, the postcolonial voices from Downunder (geographically: Oceania, Pasifika; ideologically: marginalized, minoritized) confront political and spiritual our bodies, together with Christian church buildings, because of their participation in and justification of the career and poaching of local lands, knowledge, wealth, and titles. This booklet is for First Peoples and moment Peoples, whether or not they are down below or up yonder, who're concerned with attainable advents of postcolonial theologies and postcolonial biblical criticisms within the future.
"Postcolonial Voices from Downunder is a fervent invitation to reaffirm the sovereignty, spirit, tales, lives, hopes, and way forward for the indigenous humans in and past Australia in a postcolonial epistemological context. Indigeneity, as this ebook expounds, has the political importance of confronting the powers of displacement, marginalization, and alienation. The e-book seeks to make a biblical and theological engagement with the indigenous life-worlds and entreats us to postcolonize our scripture, position, and lives."
--Y. T. Vinayaraj, writer of Dalit Theology after Continental Philosophy
"Postcolonial Voices from Downunder--at final, an incisive and compelling scholarly textual content, which proudly, hopefully, and justly privileges indigenous non secular, spiritual, theological, and biblical pursuits. Havea and his colleagues convey with deep generosity or even deeper urgency what should be a mandatory reader for all these mandated for faith-filled management, even if secular or spiritual, in postcolonial Oceania, Pasefika, and for all scholars and academics of Australian history."
--Jenny Te Paa Daniel, Co-Director, Ohaki academic Consultancy; well known activist Anglican theologian, Auckland, New Zealand
Jione Havea is a local Methodist pastor from Tonga who's a researcher with the general public and Contextual Theology examine Centre of Charles Sturt collage (Australia) and vacationing pupil at Trinity Methodist Theological collage in Auckland (Aotearoa/New Zealand). Havea lately edited Indigenous Australia and the incomplete company of Theology (2014) and coedited Bible, Borders, Belonging(s) (2015).
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