Postcolonialism and Biblical Ethics

Mark Brett | “Where, historically, colonial theology has left Aboriginal voices out of view, I think, as a matter of theological method you should start with Aboriginal voices and then bring in the larger conversation of the Biblical and Christian tradition into Christian identity – never leaving out voices because you do so at your own peril”

Liam Miller talks with Professor Mark Brett (Whitley College, University of Divinity) on his book POLITICAL TRAUMA & HEALING: BIBLICAL ETHICS FOR A POSTCOLONIAL WORLD.

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