How Can Contextual Theologies Assist Anglo-Indian Women in Understanding and Articulating their Religious Experiences?
Sheldon Fernandez's article is an adaptation of a graduate essay on ‘contextual theology’ – a sphere of study that attempts to read the Bible through the eyes of marginalized people such as woman and minorities. Lightly reworked to remove some of its denser academic jargon, this piece examines the religious experiences of Anglo-Indian women against new theologies and theoretical research, and examines the usage of theological constructs in furthering the understanding and cooperation among genders.
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