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CCDA Theological Journal, 2013 Edition

CCDA Theological Journal

Edited by Chris Jehle, Soong-Chan Rah and Brandon Wrencher

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

86 Pages, 7.00 x 10.00 x 0.17 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781625644268
  • Published: January 2014

$14.00 / £11.00 / AU$19.00


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Contents Letter from Editors SECTION I: INDIGENOUS LEADERSHIP AND THE SCRIPTURES Cultivating Oaks of Righteousness: Restoration and Mission in Isaiah 61 Daniel R. Carroll Now is the Time: Reflections on Isaiah 61:1-4 Marshall Hatch Jesus's Model for Us in Luke 4:15-30 and Luke's Gospel Craig Keener Isaiah, Luke, and Jesus on the Corner Patty Prasada-Rao SECTION II: CROSS-CULTURAL LEADERSHIP Rethinking Incarnational Ministry Soong-Chan Rah On Preparing Leadership for a Rapidly Changing Inter-Cultural Urban World Juan Francisco Martinez Cultivating Autochthonous Leadership: Why Ministry in Under-Resourced Communities Should be Led from Within Vince Bantu SECTION III: HISTORICAL, SOCIOLOGICAL AND THEOLOGICAL ANALYSYS The Cultivation of Racial Hierarchy in Early New Orleans during French, Spanish, and British Colonial Rule Mae Elise Cannon A People's History: A Liturgical Call to Remembrance Dominque Gilliard TRIBUTE Tribute to Richard Twiss Noel Castellenos Mark Charles Andrea Smith BOOK REVIEWS Linking Arms, Linking Lives: How Urban-Suburban Partnership Can Transform Communities by Ronald J. Sider, John M. Perkins, Wayne L. Gordon, and F. Albert Tizon Reviewed by Gary VanderPol The New Jim Crow, by Michelle Alexander Reviewed by Michael McBride

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