New Winds

A Response to the Essays

in Pneuma
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These essays, which respond to the work of Brian Bantum, Jay Carter, and myself, highlight some of the ongoing challenges facing Christian theology today. Together they point to several problems that attend modern Christian theology: first, the problem of narration of both Christian and racial identity; second, the problem of doing theology after the emergence of cultural nationalism; and third, the problem of situatedness for theological work and Christian intellection. These problems, which are yet to arrive onto the workbenches of most theologians and ethicists, might be engaged productively from the site of pentecostal-charismatic thought.

New Winds

A Response to the Essays

in Pneuma



Judith ButlerGiving an Account of Oneself (New York: Fordham University Press2005).




Dorothy RobertsFatal Invention: How Science Politics and Big Business Re-Create Race in the Twenty-First Century (New York: The Free Press2011).


Jared DiamondThe World Until Yesterday: What We Can Learn from Traditional Societies (New York: Penguin Books2012); Jeffery Sachs The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time (New York: Penguin Books 2006).


Pierre BourdieuThe Logic of Practice (Stanford: Stanford University Press1980) 42–65.


Arjun AppaduraiModernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press1996).


Albert J. RaboteauA Fire in the Bones: Reflections on African-American Religious History (Boston: Beacon Press1995)

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