Black health, ethics, and global ecology
Conradie, Ernst M.
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The reflections offered here come from someone the South African government classified as white or as European under apartheid, who continues to be classified in that manner under affirmative action, and who has worked at a historically black university, the University of the Western Cape, since 1993. I teach systematic theology and ethics in a religion and theology department, and I focus on Christian ecotheology. I welcome theologian Jürgen Moltmann’s reversal of interlocutors in calling for Latin American liberation theology for the First World, black theology for white people, and feminist theology for men.