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dc.contributor.authorChuang, Ya-Han
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dc.date.created2020-07-14 23:35
dc.date.issued2018
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dc.identifier(Revista) ISSN 0103-801X
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dc.description.abstractMigrant workers are marginalized and suffering people in Taiwan at present-day. There are discussions about issue of migrant worker from economical, legal, political and cultural perspectives, but rarely from religious aspects. In this paper, the author intends to approach it from the aspect of contextual theology. Firstly, the author would analyze the marginalized situations of migrant workers in Taiwan. In a sense, they are what contextual theologian identified as marginalized and suffering people or so called “minjung.” Secondly, the author would observe how Christian churches and institutes respond to the plight of migrant workers by practicing missio Dei. Thirdly, the author would reflect the theological meaning of migrant workers by interpreting the biblical texts and the parable of Jesus concerning the kingdom of God, and point out to do justly, to be compassionate and to practice hospitality to migrant workers are imperative of social ethics of Christians at present-day.
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dc.sourceEstudos de religiao, ISSN 0103-801X, Vol. 32, Nº. 3, 2018 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Estudos de Religião - set.-dez.), pags. 325-343
dc.subjectcontextual theology
dc.subjectmarginalized
dc.subjecthospitality
dc.subjectmissio Dei
dc.subjectmigrant workers
dc.titleMigrant Workers as Marginalized People in Taiwan:A Reflection from Contextual Theology
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