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An essential book for any student of World Christianity, Mangoes or Bananas? takes a forthright look at the various strands of Asian Christian theology, evaluating both their histories and the degree to which they remain pertinent to Asian experiences of God and culture. Asian theology, in Yung's conception, is often more like a banana, with a beautiful yellow exterior, but white within. The mango, on the other hand, comes in many different shades of skin, but inside it is completely yellow.
Updated with new autobiographical information and new introduction and conclusion, Mangoes or Bananas? provides new and needed perspectives for scholars and teachers of World Christianity, missiology, and Asian theology, as well as church professionals working in Asia.
Number of Pages: 205
Vendor: Orbis Books
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 9.25 X 6.00 (inches)|
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