By Justo L. González
Augustine skilled what Latino/a theology calls mestizaje, this means that being of a combined historical past. Cuban American historian and theologian Justo González seems to be on the existence and legacy of Augustine from the viewpoint of his personal Latino historical past and unearths within the bishop of Hippo a impressive source for the church this present day. The mestizo Augustine can function a lens during which to determine afresh not just the historical past of Christianity but in addition our personal culturally varied world.
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