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

On Cindy 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”

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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