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This section presents a list of figures, which includes the late laborer, Chun Tae-Il, Let's go to the Province Hall, Blood and Tears 4 and My son, this earth, our mother will never die! The emergence of contextual theologies marks an empirical and hermeneutical turn in the history of twentieth century theology. The local situation and personal experience become the field of theological reflection. The artificial separation between salvation history and world history is overcome in a relecture of the Missio Dei concept. God is rediscovered as the one who is acting in history. With the exception of feminist and diaspora theologies contextual heologies are primarily a Third World phenomenon and signify its irruption into the domain of Western Christendom.

Keywords: Missio Dei; diaspora theologies; God; Western Christendom

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