Religion, economics, and culture in conflict and conversation /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Cassidy, Laurie M., O'Connell, Maureen H.
Format: Book
Published: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, [2011]
Series:Annual publication of the College Theology Society ; v. 56.
Table of Contents:
  • Interrupting the conversation : attending to concrete acts as mystical-political asceticism / Mary Ann Zimmer
  • The virtues of humility and magnanimity and the church's responses to the health care and gay marriage debates / Elizabeth Lee
  • The aporia of race and identity : J. Kameron Carter and the future of Black liberation theology / Andrew Prevot
  • A response from a U.S. Hispanic perspective / MarĂ­a Teresa Morgan
  • Conflict and solidarity ethics : difficult conversations on economics, religion, and culture / Rebecca Todd Peters
  • A response to Rebecca Todd Peters / Traci C. West
  • The cost of violence and finding the resources to change / Traci C. West
  • The church as the flesh of Christ crucified : toward an incarnational theology of the church in the age of globalization / Anselm K. Min
  • The boy globalized : problems for a sacramental imagination in an age of global commodity chains / Vincent Miller
  • Formation(s) of the mystical-political in the age of globalization : suffering as agentive choice in Dorothee Soelle and Talad Asad / Johann M. Vento
  • Chauvet in space : Louis-Marie Chauvet's sacramental account of Christian identity and the challenges of a global consumer culture / Timothy R. Gabrielli
  • Desiring places : artists, HGTV/Travel Channel cultures, and eucharistic topogenesis / Ryan Stander
  • Christ of the borderlands : faith and idolatry in an age of globalization / Roberto S. Goizueta
  • Expanding Catholic ecological ethics : ecological solidarity and Earth rights / Daniel P. Scheid
  • Peter Singer and Caritas in veritate : room for mutually critical correlation? / Charles C. Camosy
  • An Anglican middle-axioms reading of Caritas in veritate / Christine M. Fletcher
  • Christianity as closed monotheism? A contemporary Catholic approach to interreligious dialogue / Karen Teel.