Critical Theology, v. 5, no. 1 (Fall 2022)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v5-no1/


Table of contents

  • Introduction, Christine Jamieson
  • Amazing Church: Gregory Baum and Bernard Lonergan, Richard Renshaw
  • Synod and Dialectic: A Philosophical Reflection with Bernard Lonergan SJ and Gerard Smith SJ, Hugh Williams
  • Jesus and Mature Love: Reflections on Love of Enemy, Len Desroches
  • Book Review: The Importance of Place, Matthew R. Anderson
    • Allen G. Jorgenson. Indigenous and Christian Reflections in Dialogue: Kairotic Place and Borders. Religion and Borders Series, ed. Alexander Y. Hwang. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2021. ix + 105 pp.
  • Book Review: The Sixties and the Christian Left, David Seljak
    • Bruce Douville. The Uncomfortable Pew: Christianity and the New Left in Toronto. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021. xviii + 300 pp.

Critical Theology, v. 4, no. 4 (Summer 2022)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v4-no4/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Scott Kline
  • Standing with the People in the Midst of an Invasion, Myroslav Tataryn
  • The Attack on Ukraine and the Responsibility to Protect, Scott Kline
  • “Mass Man” and the Mob: The Ottawa Freedom Convoy, Alan Davies
  • Jesus’ Resurrection Enlarges Our Hearts, Don Schweitzer
  • Book Review: Women’s Studies in Religion: Yes, It’s Still Necessary, Michelle Voss
    • Helen Boursier, ed. The Rowman & Littlefield Handbook of Women’s Studies in Religion. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2021. 402 pp.

Critical Theology, v. 4, no. 3 (Spring 2022)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v4-no3/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Don Schweitzer
  • Fraternity, Human Community, and Migration: Pope Francis and the Grand Imam Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, Mary Beth Yount
  • For an Inclusive Populism: Politics and Peoplehood in Chantal Mouffe and Pope Francis, Nicholas Olkovich
  • The Empire Sings Back: The Implications for Theology of Confronting Coloniality in Hymns, Becca Whitla
  • Book Review: A Trinitarian Comparative Theology, Joshua Samuel
    • John Thatamanil. Circling the Elephant: A Comparative Theology of Religious Diversity. New York: Fordham University Press, 2020. 320 pp.

Critical Theology, v. 4, no. 2 (Winter 2022)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v4-no2/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Rosemary P. Carbine
  • Latinas, Labour, Catholic Teaching, and Cars, Neomi De Anda
  • Love Thy “Stinky” Neighbour: Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite and Asian-American Experiences in the Catholic Church, Min-Ah Cho
  • In Defense of the Racial Justice Movement: A Black Catholic Response, Alessandra Harris
  • Book Review: Mysticism, Solidarity, and Social Change, Donald Schweitzer
    • Desire, Darkness, and Hope: Theology in a Time of Impasse. Engaging the Thought of Constance FitzGerald, OCD. Edited by Laurie Cassidy and M. Shawn Copeland. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press Academic, 2021. Pp. xii + 463.

Critical Theology, v. 4, no. 1 (Fall 2021)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v4-no1/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Lori Ransom
  • Why Christian Churches Should Listen to the Voices of Indigenous Resurgence Thought, Benjamin Luján
  • Meeting of Cultures and the Christian Gospel Message, Christine Jamieson
  • The Challenge of Spiritual Violence, Brian McDonough
  • Proposals for Addressing Spiritual Violence, Christina Conroy
  • Book Review: David Tracy and Critical Theologies, Donald Schweitzer
    • David Tracy, Fragments: The Existential Situation of Our Time. Selected Essays, Volume I. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 418 pp.
    • David Tracy, Filaments: Theological Profiles. Selected Essays, Volume 2. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 479 pp.

Critical Theology, v. 3, no. 4 (Summer 2021)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v3-no4/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Scott Kline
  • Conspiracy: The Aftermath of QAnon, Carmen Celestini
  • The Amazon Synod Revisited: Rural Solidarity, Canadian Catholic Communities, and COVID-19, Ben Szoller
  • Reflections on The Bishop and Christian Unity: An Ecumenical Vademecum, Donna Geernaert, SC

Critical Theology, v. 3, no. 3 (Spring 2021)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v3-no3/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Don Schweitzer
  • Toward Postcolonial Practice in Canadian Diasporic Contexts: Transformative Relocation from Asian Migrant Women’s Perspectives, YunJung Kim
  • Confronting the Climate Emergency: Visions and Strategies, Harold Wells
  • The Moral Vision of Robert Putnam and Shaylyn Romney Garrett, Don Schweitzer
  • Book Review: The Liberating Significance of Divine Possessions, Donald Schweitzer
    • Joshua Samuel. Untouchable Bodies, Resistance, and Liberation: A Comparative Theology of Divine Possessions. Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2020. xiii + 262 pp.

Critical Theology, v. 3, no. 2 (Winter 2021)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v3-no2/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Christine Jamieson
  • Learning from Life, Marching for Justice: The Dialogical, Dialectical Search for Truth, Goodness, and Justice, Richard Renshaw
  • Doing All the Torah!, Marie-France Dion
  • Critique and Hope: An Exploration of Dorothee Soelle’s Political Theology, Valerie Thomas-Leitao
  • Reconciliation and the Doctrine of Creation, Christina Conroy
  • Book Review: Confronting Finance-dominated Capitalism, Donald Schweitzer
    • Kathryn Tanner. Christianity and the New Spirit of Capitalism. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019. x + 241 pp.

Critical Theology, v. 3, no. 1 (Fall 2020)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v3-no1/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Rosemary P. Carbine
  • Meeting Miriam of Nazareth on the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, M. Shawn Copeland
  • The Racial Crucible: The Movement for Black Lives as Spiritual Invitation, Karen Teel
  • Catholics in 2020: The Test of Our Times, Mary E. Hunt
  • Book Review: An Ongoing Quest, Donald Schweitzer
    • Michael Welker, ed. Quests for Freedom: Biblical, Historical, Contemporary, 2nd ed. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2019, xv+446 pp.

Critical Theology, v. 2, no. 4 (Summer 2020)

URL: https://criticaltheology.net/ct-v2-no4/

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Table of contents

  • Introduction, Scott Kline
  • A Sign of Hope in the COVID-19 Pandemic, Don Schweitzer
  • The Virus and the Climate: Linked in the Anthropocene, Harold Wells
  • The Social Recession and the COVID-19 Pandemic, Joe Mancini
  • COVID-19, Asian-phobia, and Lament, Eliana Ah Rum Ku
  • Loneliness on the Island of Isolation: A Reflection, Megan Shore