Item description for Rethinking Latino(a) Religion & Identity by Miguel A. de La Torre & Gaston Espinosa...
Overview The essays in this book critically examine how Latinos(as) engage in defining their identity, which in turn affects how their religious beliefs and expressions are created and constructed.
Publishers Description The essays in this book critically examine how Latinos(as) engage in defining their identity, which in turn affects how their religious beliefs and expressions are created and constructed. In addition to the co-editors, contributors include: Edwin David Aponte, Jorge A. Aquino, Michelle A. Gonzalez, Luis D. Leon, Lara Medina, Manuel Mejido Costoya, Laura E. Perez, and Manuel A. Vasquez.
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Studio: The Pilgrim Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.79" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date May 11, 2007
Publisher The Pilgrim Press
ISBN 0829816585 ISBN13 9780829816587
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More About Miguel A. de La Torre & Gaston Espinosa
Miguel A. De La Torre is an ordained Southern Baptist minister and teaches Christian social ethics at Iliff School of Theology. He is the author of more than fourteen books and has recently published Out of the Shadows into the Light: Christianity and Homosexuality.
Miguel A. de La Torre currently resides in the state of Michigan. Miguel A. de La Torre was born in 1960.