Child Liberation Theology

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On this site:

Towards a Child Liberation Theology

The End of Child Liberation Theology

Centering Children: The Hermeneutics of Child Liberation Theology

God Is Child: The Child-Centric Christology of Janet Pais

Using vs. Liberating Children: How Child Theology Differs from Child Liberation Theology

Nico Botha on Children as Theological Hermeneutic

The Power of Adults Over Children: Oppressive or Liberative?

Desiderius Erasmus and the Child’s Right to Education

Miriam, Child Prophet

The Binding of Isaac as Cautionary Tale

Corporal Punishment as Religious Colonialism

The Message of Non-Violence is First and Foremost a Message to the Powerful

Teaching Children to Disobey

On Cindy Wang Brandt’s Unfundamentalist Parenting site:

Tearing the Robe Twice: Christian Parenting and the Rape of Tamar

Reading Violent Bible Stories Through a Child Protection Lens

The Lot of the Abused: How We Shift the Blame Onto Victims

The Little Girl Who Saved the Mighty Man

Bearing Down on Them: What Parents Can Learn from Elisha and the 42 Boys

Children, Disobey Your Parents in the Lord, For This is Right

A Little Child Will Lead Them: Child Protection and the Kingdom of God

Child Protection Is For All God’s Children

Children as Theological Concern and Hermeneutic

We Live in an Anti-Child World

Revisiting Adam and Eve

Jesus as Child

Children Are Not Angels

Give Children Space to be Conscientious Objectors

Understanding Children’s Existential Struggles

On Homeschool Alumni Reaching Out:

How We Marginalize Abuse Survivors: The Spirit of Ham

How We Marginalize Abuse Survivors: “All Have Sinned”

How We Marginalize Abuse Survivors: Valuing Forgiveness Over Protection

Featured elsewhere:

Troy Cady, “Child Theology as a Midrashic Process”

Craig L. Nessan, “Child Liberation Theology”

Katherine HawkerSelf, “About the Little Girl”

Kholofelo C. Motha, Matthews M. Makgamatha, and Sharlene Swartz, “Towards emancipatory research methodologies with children in the African context: Practical possibilities and overcoming challenges”

By others:

Janet Pais, “Suffer the Children: A Theology of Liberation by a Victim of Child Abuse”

Douglas Sturm, “On the Suffering and Rights of Children: Toward a Theology of Childhood Liberation”

Kimberly Ann Shinabery, “Blessed are the children: a liberation theology for abused and neglected children”

Rebecca Stevens-Walter, “God of the Oppressed Child”

Rebecca Stevens-Walter, “This is My Body”

Samantha Field, “Child Liberation Theology”

Beth Rooney, “Peer Teaching Project on Child Liberation Theology”

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