"Uses a combination of theology and cultural anthropology to explore why people of certain cultures--most notably whites of Northern European origin--tend to dominate in multicultural situations, driving those of other races and ethnic groups to silent rage or outright rebellion"--Publisher's description.
Includes bibliographical references.
1. The "peaceable realm" as a vision of an ideal multicultural community -- 2. What makes a lamb different from a wolf? : understanding cultural differences in the perception of power -- 3. Differences in the perception of power and their consequences for leadership -- 4. What does the Bible say to the powerful and the powerless? -- 5. A fresh look at Pentecost as the beginning of a multicultural church community -- 6. Who has power and who doesn't? : power analysis, an essential skill for leadership in a multicultural community -- 7. The wolves lie down with the lambs : a case study -- 8. Living out the fullness of the gospel in the peaceable realm -- 9. Mutual invitation as mutual empowerment -- 10. Media as means of distributing power -- 11. Liturgy as spiritual discipline for leadership in a multicultural community.
Text this item to your phone! Text message will contain the location, call number, and title of the item on this page. Texting may not work for items with multiple volumes. WARNING: Texting fees may apply. close