After claiming that Asia lies at the heart of the history of doing contextual theology, the author delves deeply into the local cultural beliefs of the islands of North Maluku, looking at the impact of both Christianity and Islam. He then looks at the significance of indigenous theology in the area of in question, seeing local theologising not only as an exercise in dogmatics and apologetics, but more importantly of missiology. He concludes by underlining the centrality of local, indigenous theologies for the global church throughout the world.
|Number of pages||24|
|Journal||Jurnal Ledalero: Wacana Iman Dan Kebudayaan|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2010|