The Alternative Luther (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
368
Utgivningsdatum
2019-09-18
Förlag
Rowman & Littlefield
Medarbetare
Mikkola, Sini (contributions)/Gerle, Elisabeth (contributions)/Gudmundsdottir, Arnfridur (contributions)/Hesslein, Kayko Driedger (contributions)/Jorgenson, Allen G. (contributions)/Lodberg, Peter (contributions)/Lowe, Mary Elise (contributions)/Melanchthon, Monica Jyotsna (contributions)/Mikkola, S
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unspecified 0 Illustrations
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236 x 150 x 28 mm
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706 g
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1
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9:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Case Laminate on Creme w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9781978703810
The Alternative Luther (inbunden)

The Alternative Luther

Lutheran Theology from the Subaltern

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Contributors to this book analyze areas of Martin Luther's and Lutheran theology that have otherwise been neglected or under-represented in the five hundred years since the Reformation. They widen the scope of Luther and Lutheran theology by viewing both from the perspectives of the "subaltern," those whose voices are barely or rarely heard. The book formulates an inclusive Lutheran theology that reaches out but does not close out. The book's sections address "Precarious Life," from Luther's own precarious existence as an outlaw under a death sentence; "Body and Gender," addressing different aspects of gender and sexuality; "Women and Sexual Abuse," focusing on Luther's exegesis of biblical "texts of terror"; and "Economy, Equality, and Equity," addressing Lutheran views on economy and equality that break new ground regarding common goods and the Anthropocene.
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A rich ensemble of leading Lutheran scholars situated in different continents engage their political, social-economic and cultural locations to give voice to the subaltern and crack open existing binaries due to gender, race, class, caste, sexuality, ethnicity, nationality, and speciesism. What emerges is a vision of an inclusive Lutheran theology reflected through a kaleidoscope of creative difference. An excellent, path-breaking, and timely book that is a `must' for those interested in engaging Lutheran theology in face of the challenges of today's world. -- Hilda P. Koster, Concordia College (Moorhead, MN)

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Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen is professor of systematic theology at Aarhus University.

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Foreword Musimbi Kanyoro List of Abbreviations Introduction Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen Section 1: Precarious Life 1. Luther as the Subaltern Precarious: The Banned, Excluded, and Outlawed Eleutherius Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen 2. Luther against Luther: Freedom Theology and anti-Jewish exegesis Kirsi Stjerna 3. Eschata, the Kin-dom of God in a Time of Presentism, Patriarchy, and Neo-Nationalism: Writing back to Luther through Hannah Arendt and Judith Butler Elisabeth Gerle 4. Theology Behind the Wall Peter Lodberg 5. The Heterotopic Creation: A Short Contribution to a Subaltern Ecclesiology Trygve Wyller Section 2: Body and Gender 6. A Word of the Word for Our Hearts: Embracing Multiple-Gendered God-Language with Luther Mary Streufert 7. The Queer Body-Mind in Luther's Theology: From Subaltern Sodomite to Embodied Imago Dei Mary Elise Lowe 8. Manly Women, Feminine Men: Mere Exceptions or Signs of Inclusive Thinking? Alternative Readings of Martin Luther's Anthropology Sini Mikkola 9. Wild Spaces of Neighbor-Centered Christian Freedom in Subaltern Contexts of Gender, Race, and Illness Deanna A. Thompson 10. Theology by Demand: A Queer and De-Colonial Perspective on Lutheran Theology Andre Musskopf Section 3: Women and Sexual Abuse 11. Making Connections: Dinah, Luther, and Indian Women Monica Jyotsna Melanchthon 12. Let's Be Loud! God in Context of Sexual Violence and Abuse of Power Arnfridur Gudmundsdottir 13. Grace Alone! But Her Sins Are Neither Forgiven Nor Forgotten: An Alternative Indian Feminist Reading of the Muted-Sinful Woman in Luke 7 Surekha Nelavala 14. The Subaltern's Witness: Examining Luther's Explanation to the Eighth Commandment in Light of Clergy Sexual Abuse Claims Kayko Driedger Hesslein Section 4: Economy, Equality, and Equity 15. God against God: Cross as Tribulation Vitor Westhelle 16. Cracking the Ice: Subaltern and Lutheran Principles of Knowledge Marit Trelstad 17. From "the Common Good" to "Common Goods:" Unearthing a Community Chest of Cosmological Consequence Allen Jorgenson 18. Genus precarious: Luther in the Anthropocene Terra Rowe