Toward a Liberative Pedagogy
January 12, 2017 by Miguel De La Torre
Since the start of the twentieth century, Christian religion scholars from the dominant culture – specifically ethicists – shifted their focus on how to live the Christian life via praxis toward the nature of ethics, wrestling more with abstract questions concerned with what is the…
No, I am not an angry Latino
July 27, 2017 by Miguel De La Torre
Occupying a Latino male body in the academy is a continuous challenge where not a day goes by in which I am not reminded that I am an outsider, that this space I occupy within the ivory tower is a space never intended for me….
What do you do when the God of liberation fails to liberate?
April 27, 2017 by Miguel De La Torre
To hope is not some wishful desire but an expected joy that God will bring about God’s purposes. Jürgen Moltmann argued for a hope based in a God who keeps promises, a God who is a step ahead of humanity making all things new. Moltmann’s hope is…