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This collective work by a group of prominent international scholars makes a strong statement about theological reflection in today's global context. Working with a variety of themes and from diverse perspectives, the contributors call for a radical change in the way we construct theological paradigms, speaking instead for a theology that effectively engages in a dialogue with the social economic, political, and cultural contexts in which it participates. Produced in honor of Richard Shaull, these essays present an ecumenical theology that is respectful of cultures, sensitive to historical context, and critical of racism, classism, imperialism, and other forces that marginalize People's lives.^Contributors: Maria Marta Aris-Paul, George Armstrong, Bruce Boston, Waldo Cesar, Andrew W. Conrad, Nancy A. De Vries, Nantawan Boonprasat Lewis, Alan Neely, Timothy Njoya, Joseph C. Nyce, T. Richard Snyder, Douglas Sullivan-Gonzalez, Elsa Tarnez, Mark Taylor, Philip L. Wickeri, and Kim Yong-Bock.