By Nell Becker Sweeden,Miguel A. De La Torre
This quantity explores Christian hospitality perform in mild of twenty-first-century U.S. Latino/a migration, and it develops the inspiration of a visiting hospitality of accompaniment with and between folks migrating, which fosters deeper relationships and formation. The transferring identities of people "on the stream" problem assumptions approximately what it potential to welcome one other in hospitality and, finally, what it ability to be church from inside of those new relationships. In flip, the hot conceptions and expressions of hospitality provided during this booklet press how the character and venture of the church might be orientated towards new ecclesial styles and replacement sorts of dwelling on earth.
"Nell Sweeden is without doubt one of the few theologians . . . daring adequate to affix minority and different voices of colour to deal with concerns relating to immigration that might stay primary for the subsequent new release. Her confident idea for a hospitable ecclesiology is neither sentimental nor oblivious to the theoretical-theological and useful demanding situations at the horizon . . . Sweeden's ebook evokes the evangelical church to press ahead in hope."
--Amos Yong, Professor of Theology and challenge, Fuller Theological Seminary
"In this well timed and compelling paintings, Sweeden units forth an ecumenical Christian ecclesiology for the twenty-first century. Drawing at the theological riches of the Christian culture, she convincingly demonstrates how that culture may itself be constructed additional while learn within the contexts of the borderland and human migration. the result's an exemplary paintings of useful theology which demanding situations the reader to imagine otherwise and--more importantly--live differently."
--Roberto S. Goizueta, Margaret O'Brien Flatley Professor of Catholic Theology, Boston College
"Sweeden takes hospitality literature the next move to re-imagine hospitality practices for the twenty-first century. With a lot of the world's such a lot weak populations 'on the move,' she calls the church to its personal undertaking of hospitality so one can develop into the church 'on the way.' This booklet breaks hospitality unfastened from its hot and fuzzy confines to bare the dicy and reworking perform it is."
--Amy Oden, Professor of Early Church historical past and Spirituality, Saint Paul tuition of Theology @ Oklahoma urban University
"Through severe research and optimistic re-imagining, this publication demanding situations Christians to deepen and extend our understandings and practices of hospitality. Sweeden deals enticing insights concerning the intersections of hospitality, ecclesiology, and migration."
--Christine D. Pohl, affiliate Provost and Professor of Christian Social Ethics, Asbury Theological Seminary
Nell Becker Sweeden (PhD Boston college) is Assistant Professor of Theology and Richard B. Parker Co-chair in Wesleyan Theology at George Fox Evangelical Seminary in Portland, Oregon.
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Church on the Way: Hospitality and Migration by Nell Becker Sweeden,Miguel A. De La Torre