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Exploring Theological Markers: Delores Williams' Theology Of Survival Quality Of Life And Jung Young Lee's Theology Of Marginality

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This chapter explores two hermeneutical frameworks that can serve as theological &t;markers,&t; through which theological challenges and perspectives can be more systematically reflected upon. The chapter unfolds in four sections: The first presents a theological profile of the African-American womanist theologian Delores Williams. This profile consists of a sketch of the four elements of Williams' theological method followed by a description of the leit motif of her theological thought, i.e. womanist theology in-between Black liberation theology and feminist theology. The second revolves on the discussion and critique of the key themes of Delores Williams' theology of survival quality of life. The third follows the format of the first section, this time with the profile of Korean-American theologian Jung Young Lee. The fourth and last section tackles Jung Young Lee's theology of marginality as the key to multicultural theology.

Keywords: Delores Williams; Jung Young Lee; multicultural theology



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