Tag: contextualization

A Gospel Narrative for the Shame-Honor Culture of India

Jay Dharan (M.Div, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary) is a Bible-teacher ministering in India. He desires to foster an indigenous Christianity that addresses the honor-shame culture of India. In India, the shame-honor culture is deeply rooted in the caste system, which
Posted in Communication, Culture Tagged with: , ,

New SEANET Book for Buddhist Contexts

Paul deNeui is Professor of Missiology at North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago. He recently edited Restored to Freedom from Guilt, Shame, and Fear: Lessons from the Buddhist World (SEANET 13; William Carey Library, 2017; TOC here). This post is
Posted in Culture, Honor, Resources, Shame Tagged with: , , ,

HS in the blogosphere

This week I encountered 3 blogs exploring HonorShame realities in relation to vocation, Asian-American theology, and gender mutuality.  They all got me thinking in new directions for developing a truly Christian theology for honor-shame contexts.  Enjoy the reading, and join
Posted in Theology Tagged with: , , ,