n Missionalia : Southern African Journal of Mission Studies - Remixing interculturality, youth activism and empire - a postcolonial theological perspective
|Article Title||Remixing interculturality, youth activism and empire - a postcolonial theological perspective|
|© Publisher:||Southern African Missiological Society (SAMS)|
|Journal||Missionalia : Southern African Journal of Mission Studies|
|Affiliations||1 University of South Africa|
|Publication Date||Jan 2015|
|Pages||545 - 557|
|Keyword(s)||Empire, Intercultural theology, Interculturality, Missiology, Postcolonial theology and Youth activism|
The struggles of youth and student activist movements of have radically challenged theology. For some (as an act of repentance) Theology, and in particular Missiology, are to be discarded or renamed as Intercultural Theology, for others Public Theology. This article wants to engage these proposals, by firstly affirming the particular agency of young activists, in South Africa, as they remix social activism and theology, but it probes deeper into the contemporary challenge of youth activism against Empire, in order to provide a particular perspective on this renaming. The author argues for a postcolonial theological perspective, or Postcolonial Theology, which takes serious the insights from new social movement theory, in their challenge of Empire. It is from this perspective where interculturality and youth activism, in the face of empire, is remixed towards transformation.
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