Journal of Latin American Theology, Volume 13, Number 2

Journal of Latin American Theology, Volume 13, Number 2

Christian Reflections from the Latino South

Lindy Scott


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This issue of the Journal of Latin American Theology contains articles from some of the newest members of the FTL who presented papers in local chapters in fulfillment of an essential requirement for active membership in the FTL: the presentation of a written work reflecting original theological thought, rigorous dialogue with other pertinent sources and research instruments, and relevance to Latin American situations. Through this requirement, the FTL provides a strong impetus to practical scholarship and fosters relevant, robust contextual theological reflection. This issue showcases men and women from Colombia, Puerto Rico, Honduras, El Salvador, Uruguay, and Argentina who explore many aspects of church, generosity, identity, art, the prophetic imagination, and liberation.


Lindy Scott:
Lindy Scott, editor of the Journal of Latin American Theology, is Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. He is also the Treasurer of the Fraternidad Teologica Latinoamericana. He is the author of Christians, the Care of Creation, and Global Climate Change (Pickwick, Publications) and edited the book El cuidado de la creacion y el calentamiento global: perspectivas del sur y del norte (Wipf & Stock).