Matthew W. Charlton,Timothy S. Moore

Displaced Persons

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One author examines what it means to experience an internal, personal dislocation, lingering to consider the consequences of a disembodied sexual ethic. Other writers attend to the place of faith on the college or university campus, one focusing on the potential overlap between the hermeneuti- cal strategies of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral and Islamic jurisprudence with another considering the efficacious role a collegiate ministry might serve as a practical expression of the incarnation and manifestation of the beloved kingdom within the academy. Still others write from the perspective of leaders and ministers in communities where displacement means absence, considering what it means to cope and care in a society where some whole families have migrated elsewhere and other families have been severed by migration's exigencies. A final chapter attempts to frame the whole global refugee crisis within the matrix of home, using theologically poignant ques- tions to shape our considerations and provoke our responses.
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