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Theologies of Migration and Communityav Lia Shimada257
This enlightening edited collection shows how migration shapes the lives of faith communities - and vice versa - through diverse prisms including diaspora, generational change, cultural conflict, conceptions of 'ministry' and artistic response. The contributors comprise writers, poets and artists from the three largest Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) and beyond. They show how issues of migration are addressed through a variety of different media such as theological debate and shared community action, poetry and art. As issues of migration are an important factor in so many political and social debates, faith communities are looking for guidance on how to deepen their theological understanding of migration. This book helps them to reflect on their own practices and experiences, learn from their own traditions and engage in dialogue with diverse communities. *All royalties from book sales will be donated to The Helen Bamber Foundation - a UK-based charity that supports people who have survived extreme physical, sexual and psychological violence.*
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The great paradox of migration through the ages is that in the journeying out, we find, or are at least searching for, home. Mapping Faith does justice to this storied paradox, so formative for Jews, Christians and Muslims, by weaving together narrative, theology, scriptural reflection, poetry and art. The result is a compelling and very human celebration of traditioned faith in a world on the move. -- Revd Dr Richard Sudworth, Secretary for Inter Religious Affairs to the Archbishop of Canterbury Reading Mapping Faith affords any reader with so many truly accessible and engaging perspectives on migration in the Abrahamic religions. From dialogue partners to poets to theologians to artists, this collection has something to fascinate everyone. Mosques, synagogues, and churches, not to mention seminaries, all need this on their library shelves! -- Rabbi Dr Deborah Kahn-Harris, Principal, Leo Baeck College (London) This is a fantastic, unique coming together of writings by people from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. It is thought-provoking, challenging and moving. It is personal as well as community focused and will serve as a crucial resource to encourage us all to critically think more about time, place, people, identity, home, faith and what those things mean for us all. -- Julie Siddiqi, Founder - Thrive Together
Lia Dong Shimada is Senior Research Officer for the Susanna Wesley Foundation at the University of Roehampton as well as a professional mediator.
Acknowledgments; Introduction by Lia Shimada; Part 1: Faith Encounters; 1. 35 Chapel Walk: Art, community, encounter by Faiza Omar and Ric Stott; 2. Radical Jewish Welcome: A reflection on shelter, Sukkot and Calais by Oliver Joseph; 3. 'God Squad': Multi-faith chaplaincy in Canary Wharf by Ibrahim Mogra; 4. Interfaith, Interchurch, InterTidal: A Jew(ish) tribute to resilience by Katy Radford; 5. Beauty for Ashes and the Oil of Gladness: God in exile, asylum seekers and the journey to hope by Julie Khovacs and Ivan Khovacs; 6. My 'Migration to Migration' in Orthodox Judaism by David Mason; 7. Christian-Muslim Dialogue: An encounter with a Christian minister by Hassan Rabbani; 8. Mapping Theology by Katherine Baxter; Image: Abraham's Journeys by Katherine Baxter; Image: Holy Lands by Katherine Baxter; 9. Poetry by Alison Phipps and Tawona Sithole; 10. Poetry by Yvonne Green; Part 2: Sacred Text; 11. Scriptural Reasoning by Rachel Godfrey; 12. Translation and Re-centering Aisha in the Hadith Canon by Sofia Rehman; 13. Difference without Domination: Listening for religious attunement in times of polarization by Michael Nausner; 14. Wandering Jews: Mobilizing exile to create communities and change by Robyn Ashworth-Steen; 15. Welcoming Refugees: The Canaanite woman and breaking down borders by Sheila Curran; 16. Prophetic Narratives of Migration and Resilience by Sayed Razawi; 17. What is a refuge for migrant women? Testimony, witness-bearing and 'The Rape of Tamar' by Alison Phipps; 18. Taking the Talmud for a Walk by Jacqueline Nicholls; Image: Shabbat 33 and 34 by Jacqueline Nicholls; Image: Disrupting the text by Jacqueline Nicholls; 19. The Language of Shame by Aviva Dautch; Poetry by Aviva Dautch; 20. Poetry by Padraig O Tuama; Part 3: Diaspora; 21. Keeping Faith in the Diaspora: The story of Tumelo's three congregations by Harvey Kwiyani; 22. 'Muhajir': A personal journey of art, faith and museum objects by Hajra Williams; 23. The Montefiore Letters: Migrations of Jews to the Holy Land in the early 19th century by Sally Style; 24. Far from Home: Faith, fellowship and Filipino community by Filipino Community in Harmony, Action, Mobilization and Prayer; 25. Somali and New Scot: Faith, migration and community by Mohamed Omar; 26. Home is Exile and Exile is Home by Jennifer Langer; 27. Four Images by Issam Kourbaj; Image: Strike by Issam Kourbaj; Image: Dark Water, Burning World by Issam Kourbaj; Image: Lost by Issam Kourbaj; Image: Another Day Lost by Issam Kourbaj; 'Lesbos 2016' by Ruth Padel; 28. The Thread of Faith: Academic research, faith and community by Nazneen Ahmed; Poetry by Nazneen Ahmed; 29. Poetry by Amir Darwish; Continuing the conversation; Contributor bios