Risky hospitality: mission in the aftermath of religious communal violence in Indonesia
Lakawa, Septemmy Eucharistia
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This dissertation argues that in the aftermath of religious communal violence in Indonesia, Christian mission practice should take the form of hospitality. A fundamental Christian tradition, hospitality has been theologically reclaimed in recent decades and has become central to the contemporary discourse on mission and religious pluralism. This dissertation particularizes the broader discourse by identifying the missiological dimension of local Indonesian hospitality as a vital Christian interreligious practice in the aftermath of religious communal violence. [TRUNCATED]
Dissertation (Th. D.)--Boston University, 2011.
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