Theologians "on the margins" reflect how their experience of ethnic and racial minority has influenced their theology and how this relates to the "American Dream."
Endorsements & Reviews-
"This book works like a most welcome midwife for the 21st century, birthing 'America' and 'theology' from lives that are African-American, Asian-American, Latino/a, and more. You thought you knew what 'America' and 'theology' were. Think again, and welcome the gift of this new book!" --Mark Taylor, Princeton Theological Seminary
"This book shows the future of North American theology--and it not only works but thrives." --David Tracy, University of Chicago Divinity School
"The collective voice of A Dream Unfinished is the voice of the 21st century asking, 'Why are we always only given two choices? Why just margin or center, white or nonwhite, rich or poor; why always just one or the other?' And that leads to the most liberating question of all: 'Who set things up this way?' What an enormous help this book is." --Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite, Chicago Theological Seminary
Eleazar S. Fernandez Fernando F. Segovia
Eleazar S. Fernandez is Professor of Constructive Theology at the United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, New Brighton, Minnesota.
Fernando F. Segovia is Oberlin Graduate Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Vanderbilt University Divinity School.