Global South Theologies & Politics Online Course

africanPaul Alexander will be teaching an online course at Palmer Theological Seminary in the Fall 2014 semester that can be taken anywhere there’s internet access – Global South Theologies & Politics.

The course explores some of the perspectives and experiences of Christians in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.  Readings include:

Mercy Oduyuye, Introducing African Women’s Theology

Dario Lopez Rodriguez, The Liberating Mission of Jesus

Kosuke Koyama, Water Buffalo Theology

Pamela BrubakerGlobalization at What Price?

To take the class for graduate credit or to audit simply contact the registrar at Palmer Seminary, or email Paul for more information.  The course runs August 25-December 13.



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