The Common Good
June 2009

Indigenous theologians discuss embracing their culture

by The Editors | June 2009

Indigenous theologians Richard Twiss, Terry LeBlanc, and Raymond Aldred discuss the importance of reviving Native American theology as a way of reclaiming culture.

In the Sojourners magazine article "Christ and Whose Culture?" (June 2009), Kent Annan writes about the new wave of Native American evangelical theologians who reject the false choice between following Jesus or embracing their traditions. In the video below, indigenous theologians Richard Twiss, Terry LeBlanc, and Raymond Aldred discuss the importance of reviving Native American theology as a way of reclaiming culture.

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