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Generacion Emergente (Spa) (Emerging Generation)

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SPANISH ORIGINAL. This book, written entirely from a Latin American perspective, takes on the challenging issues facing today's Christian leaders.


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SPANISH ORIGINAL. This book, written entirely from a Latin American perspective, takes on the challenging issues facing today's Christian leaders.

La generación emergente Cómo llegar a las nuevas generaciones que alcanzarán al resto del mundo Este libro escrito desde el punto de vista totalmente latinoamericano aborda temas difíciles para los líderes cristianos de hoy. Presenta el dilema de la iglesia de América Latina ante la tormenta cultural que ha empezado. Postmodernismo, la nueva cultura juvenil y el lugar estratégico en que la iglesia latinoamericana se encuentra hoy, son algunos de los temas desafiantes que este libro controversial trata conestilo fresco y fácil de entender.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 356809
  • Product Code 9780829782271
  • ISBN 0829782273
  • EAN 9780829782271
  • Department General Books
  • Category Global Language
  • Sub-Category Spanish
  • Publisher Zondervan
  • Publication Date Oct 2010
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 2.54 MB (EPUB)

Luis Zapata

Zapata's professional training is in medieval French literature, but he has made a major contribution to Mexican literature during the past decade in writing openly gay fiction. Adonis Garcia (1979), still his most famous novel, is the picaresque chronicle of a solidly bourgeois but rebellious Mexican youth, who leaves his family and, in order to survive, turns to street prostitution in Mexico City. However, once in the city, the confluence of wealthy, jaded Mexicans, creative and intellectual Bohemians, and adventurous tourists transforms Garcia. No longer a male prostitute who does not consider himself a homosexual, he achieves the beginnings of a gay identity---a process that is central in Zapata's subsequent writings. Zapata brings to his narratives an excellent sense of the transformations taking place in Mexico (whose capital is often viewed as paradigmatically postmodern). He explores the intersection of popular culture and outmoded bourgeois ideologies and has an accurate ear for the capital's many expressive cadences, including the speech of the millions of newly immigrant provincials. Because of both his commitment to countercultural discourses and his multi-leveled urban settings, Zapata is a key figure in contemporary Mexican fiction and, along with Puig, one of Latin America's most prominent gay writers.

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