A Postcolonial Theology of Life: Planetarity East and West
We have here nothing less than a theology of life—life in the intensity of its postcolonial ecology, rippling through the creaturely interconnections of our planetary process, yet at the same time grounded in the beautiful local metaphors of an Asian counter-history. Jea Sophia Oh’s luminous book is a must-read for all who care about the global socio-ecology, about process theology, about eco-femnism, about comparative theology—singly and together. —Catherine Keller, author of On the Mystery and Face of the Deep.
New York, NY
Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Oh, Jea Sophia, "A Postcolonial Theology of Life: Planetarity East and West" (2011). College of Arts & Humanities Faculty Books & Music. 24.