By Revd Dr Lewis Hannah
Following years of theology of deafness in line with the basis that Deaf everyone is easily those that can't pay attention, this booklet breaks new flooring. proposing a brand new method of Deaf humans, theology and the Church, this booklet permits Deaf those who see themselves as individuals of a minority staff to formulate their very own theology rooted of their personal historical past and culture.
Deconstructing the theology and perform of the Church, Hannah Lewis exhibits how the Church unconsciously oppresses Deaf humans via its view of them as those that can't pay attention. Lewis reclaims Deaf views on Church historical past, examines how an basically visible Deaf tradition can relate to the written textual content of the Bible and asks 'Can Jesus sign?' This publication pulls jointly these kinds of strands to contemplate how worship may be really freeing, actually a spot for Deaf humans to have fun who they're sooner than God.
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