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Work of Inclusion, The: An Ethnography of Grace, Sin, and Intellectual Disabilities (T&t Clark Studies In Social Ethics, Ethnography And Theologies Series)

Lorraine Cuddeback-Gedeon, Todd D. Whitmore, Aana Marie Vigen, Traci C. West, AnneMarie Mingo

Paperback 2023-03-23

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Using ethnographic research, The Work of Inclusion brings the standpoints of people with intellectual disabilities to the forefront of the theological conversation around disability, inclusion, grace, and sin.

In a world shaped by interdependency, developing a theological attunement to intellectual disability helps us to understand that human agency is both enabled by and limited by dependency relationships. Only by recognizing the kinds of complex layers of agency seen in this ethnographic study can Christian ethics more broadly address the place of hope, grace, and resistance against structures of sin and injustice.

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Publisher Description

Using ethnographic research, The Work of Inclusion brings the standpoints of people with intellectual disabilities to the forefront of the theological conversation around disability, inclusion, grace, and sin.

In a world shaped by interdependency, developing a theological attunement to intellectual disability helps us to understand that human agency is both enabled by and limited by dependency relationships. Only by recognizing the kinds of complex layers of agency seen in this ethnographic study can Christian ethics more broadly address the place of hope, grace, and resistance against structures of sin and injustice.

Koorong Code632570
ISBN0567698297
EAN9780567698292
Pages192
DepartmentAcademic
CategoryChristian Worldview
PublisherBloomsbury Continuum Publishing Group
Publication DateMar 2023
Dimensions25 x 155 x 233mm
Weight0.453kg