Kenosis, Race and the Sacredly Mobile Adolescent: A Revised Christology for Racial Reconciliation

in Journal of Youth and Theology
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This paper argues for a reappropriation of kenosis as a vital aspect of Christology that is particularly important in the understanding of what I have termed “sacredly mobile adolescents”— teens who inhabit a core identity value as fluidity of personhood rather than fixity. The concept of kenosis is explored through a combination of theological and biblical lenses. This understanding is then correlated against the experiences of ‘Third Culture Kids’ (young adults who have spent significant time in childhood in other cultural settings) to establish a model of youth ministry that approaches a kenotic form of identity construction through its life and practices.

Kenosis, Race and the Sacredly Mobile Adolescent: A Revised Christology for Racial Reconciliation

in Journal of Youth and Theology

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