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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/9943

Title: Bricoleurs-In-Community: Reframing Theologies of Culture
Authors: Legge, Marilyn J.
Keywords: Culture and Christianity
Theology, Contextual
Peer Reviewed
Social Ethics--Christian
Issue Date: Jun-1997
Publisher: Equinox Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Marilyn J. Legge. "Bricoleurs-In-Community: Reframing Theologies of Culture." Religious Studies and Theology 16, no.1 (June 1997): 5-22.
Abstract: In the absence of critical social theories of class and culture, those growing more powerless are susceptible to manipulation and to projection of their fears onto those still more powerless. In the face of such enervation, Legge cites the importance of alternative cultural/theological work that lives from compassionate concern for others and the common good. Like bricolage we need to build a new relationship from scorned/suppressed materials within local cultures, scriptures, and traditions, as well as people's lived experience.
Description: Reprinted by permission of the publisher.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/9943
ISSN: 0829-2922
Appears in Collections:Emmanuel College

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