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This concluding chapter provides an overview of the book, which has endeavored to explore the struggle of the domestic helpers in Hong Kong in view of articulating the features of a theology of Filipino women domestic workers in the context of migration and interrogating how such a theology might help the Theology of Struggle in the Philippines move forward. It sketches the features of such a theology, which is called a feminist theology of struggle, using the conversation between the experience of struggle of the Filipina domestic helpers in Hong Kong, Delores Williams' theology of survival quality of life, and Jung Young Lee's theology of marginality as reference point.

Keywords: feminist theology; Filipino women domestic workers; intercultural theology; Jung Young Lee; migration



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