Winter 2003
Volume 7 Number 2
 

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Examining the Theology of the Oppressed

“I’m raising some critical questions about how [in India] Dalit theology and tribal theology have crystallized,” Sathianathan Clarke said of his lectures for the annual Students’ Lectureship on Missions. “And I’m looking at ways in which, perhaps, they have replicated a certain caste mentality that may not have been helpful in their own liberation.”

Sathianathan Clarke delivered the Students’ Lectureship on Missions.

Clarke is an Anglican priest and associate professor in the Department of Theology and Ethics at United Theological College in Bangalore, India. His three-part fall lecture series was titled “Re-Imagining Christian Doctrine with Subalterns in India.”

To order an audiotape of either Clarke’s lectures or Coakley’s lectures call 609-497-7900 or email media@ptsem.edu, the Seminary’s Educational Media Office. The cost is $3.50 per tape.


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