Toward a Postcolonial Homiletic

An essay written by Dr. Pablo A. Jiménez:

Jiménez, Pablo A. “Toward a Postcolonial Homiletic: Justo L. González Contribution to Homiletics.” In Hispanic Christian Thought At the Dawn of the 21st Century: Apuntes in Honor of Justo L. González, edited by Alvin Padilla, Roberto Goizueta & Eldin Villafañe. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2006, pp. 159-167, 305-306.

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Hispanic Christian Thought
Hispanic Christian Thought

On Mental Slavery: A Narrative Sermon on Exodus

Preached in Mandeville, Jamaica, this sermon tells the story of the Exodus from the perspective of one of the liberated Hebrew slaves. The sermon offers a postcolonial perspective on liberation, viewed from the Caribbean.

Audio of DrPJ’s Presentation @ BUSTH

Here is the audio of Dr. Pablo A. Jiménez presentation of the paper titled “If You Just Close Your Eyes: Postcolonial Perspectives on Preaching from the Caribbean”, at the Consultation on Preaching & Postcolonial Theory held at Boston University School of Theology (BUSTH) held on Monday, October 27, 2014.





Ubuntu: A Bilingual Sermon

Ubuntu: A bilingual sermon about Ubuntu philosophy, a pattern of thought common un southern Africa (AudioVideo & YouTube).

Preaching God’s Fiesta -Toward a Postcolonial Homiletic

A lecture on preaching and homiletics from a Hispanic & Latino/a theological perspective (AudioVideo & YouTube).

On Mental Slavery (Exodus 16)

On Mental Slavery: A sermon on Exodus 16, pondering the effects of a colonial mentality that leads to mental slavery. Preached at New Green Church of God of Prophecy, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica. (AudioVideo &YouTube)