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Waterbuffalo theology

by Kosuke Koyama

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Published by Orbis Books in Maryknoll, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theology.,
  • Liberation theology.

  • Edition Notes

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    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR85 .K68 1974
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 239 p. :
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21104988M
    ISBN 100883447029
    LC Control Number74-80980

    From Asian furrows sprung Christian theology in Asia Peniel Jesudason Rufus Rajkumar With the shift in the gravity of world Christianity towards the ‘Global South’, the needle of the compass of Christian theology can no longer be oriented towards the North. In such a context there is an urgent need to revisit Chris-. Water Buffalo Theology (Anniversary (Anniversary): K Koyama: Books - 5/5(2).

      Waterbuffalo Theology is a hilarious, lucid, and insightful read. Yet, let not the 'silly' title nor even some of the silly drawings fool you of this work's gravitas. This was a landmark work of its time ()--when the modern West had an even firmer grip on theology. Kosuke Koyama, one of the foremost and productive. Water Buffalo Theology marked the emergence of a self-conscious Asian Christian theology on the world scene when it was published in In this twenty-fifth anniversary edition, Koyama thoroughly updates the original, adding an retrospective introduction that records how he has changed his mind on many topics but maintained his position on others.5/5(2).

    In 5 libraries. "Water Buffalo Theology marked the emergence of a self conscious Asian Christian theology on the world scene when it was published in In this twenty-fifth anniversary edition, Koyama thoroughly updates the original, adding a retrospective introduction that records how he has changed his mind on many topics but maintained his position on others. In addition to .   Dr. Kosuke Koyama, a theologian internationally known for using arresting metaphors drawn from his experience as a missionary to convey an. KOSUKE KOYAMA: WATERBUFFALO THEOLOGIAN An investigation into the theology of Kosuke Koyama by Gaylan Mathiesen A report submitted for the class.


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Waterbuffalo Theology is a hilarious, lucid, and insightful read. Yet, let not the ‘silly’ title nor even some of the silly drawings fool you of this work’s gravitas. This was a landmark work of its time ()–when the modern West had an even firmer grip on theology/5(3).

Water Buffalo Theology marked the emergence of a self-conscious Asian Christian theology on the world scene when it was published in In this twenty-fifth anniversary edition, Koyama thoroughly updates the original, adding an retrospective introduction that records how he has changed his mind on many topics but maintained his position on by: 9.

Waterbuffalo Theology is a hilarious, lucid, and insightful read. Yet, let not the 'silly' title nor even some of the silly drawings fool you of this work's gravitas. This was a landmark work of its time ()--when the modern West had an even firmer grip on theology/5.

Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a Waterbuffalo theology book photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Water Buffalo Theology, written by Kosuke Koyama, is an expression of an Asian theology, rooted in the Thai Buddhist culture that has developed through Koyama’s missionary experience in Thailand.

While the book itself discusses contextualization, the discussion is rooted in Koyama’s development and contextualization of Christian theology in. Water Buffalo Theology marked the Waterbuffalo theology book of a self-conscious Asian Christian theology on the world scene when it was published in In this twenty-fifth anniversary edition, Koyama thoroughly updates the original, adding an retrospective introduction that records how he has changed his mind on many topics but maintained his position on others.

Water Buffalo Theology Water Buffalo Theology, written by Kosuke Koyama, is an expression of an Asian theology, rooted in the Thai Buddhist culture that has developed through Koyama’s missionary experience in Thailand.

While the book itself discusses contextualization, the discussion is rooted in. The book was partly inspired by Koyama's work as a missionary in Northern Thailand. His works of Mount Sinai and Mount Fuji and Water Buffalo Theology are, in part, an examination of Christian theology within the context of Thai Buddhist society, growing out of Koyama's missionary experience in mater: Drew Theological Seminary, Princeton.

Waterbuffalo Theology. DESCRIPTION. This sale is for a used paperback copy of Waterbuffalo Theology by Kosuke Koyama. I generally ship once a week. CONDITION. The book is in very good used condition.

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Kingston. Waterbuffalo Theology: Kosuke Koyama:: Books. It is the speed we walk and therefore it is the speed the love of God walks. Professor Emeritus of World Christianity. A missionary with a crucified-mind, a Christ-like neighbourology, will see the person in a straightforward manner.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Koyama, Kōsuke, Waterbuffalo theology. London: S.C.M. Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Reading “Waterbuffalo Theology” helped me formulate my own concepts buffaoo my new book “Neighborlogy: He had an appreciation and a respect for Siddhartha Gautama as one of the greatest thinkers of the ages, as a philosopher.

Peter rated it really liked it They tend to become rigid and inflexible. It is a confrontational and tough. The Japanese academic is perhaps best remembered for his book, Water Buffalo Theology, whose title underscores Koyama’s belief that the starting point of theology must be people’s own book grew from the author’s efforts to communicate the Christian message to farmers in Thailand—who cultivate fields with water buffalo—while he was a.

Koyama was born in Tokyo inof Christian parents. He later moved to New Jersey in the United States, where he completed his B.D. at Drew Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. at Princeton Theological Seminary, the latter on the interpretation of the Psalms of Martin Luther in [2]4/5.

The starting point of doing theology in Asia must be the clear recognition of Asia’s own history, which is located in “the historical perspective of the West ‘gun’ (wounding) and ‘ointment’ (healing)” (32) that implies Asia ’s missiological understanding through her participation in such history.

Thus, Water Buffalo theology is Koyama’s way of doing theology in the “living. The imposition of Western theology in Asia ‘Theological ideas are created on the Continent (Europe), corrected in Great Britain, corrupted in America, and crammed into Asia,’ said one theologian.

In Asia there are approximately 1, theological institutions including Bible schools, the majority of them established by Western missionaries. Since thousands of Asian. What The Tablet said about Waterbuffalo Theology is even more true of Three Mile an Hour God - which is perhaps a still better book.

Its setting is the world of South-East Asia - and beyond. Its content reflects the wide experience of the author, who must be one of the most-travelled of all modern :   One of the rare books of theology one can unreservedly recommend with full sincerity.' What The Tablet said about Waterbuffalo Theology is even more true of Three Mile an Hour God - which is perhaps a still better book.Kosuke Koyama's Water Buffalo Theology.

Kosuke Koyama does not just present his theology but also stimulate people to reflect. His theology is a reflective theology.

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