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Nancy Pineda-Madrid re-conceives traditional Christian notions of salvation by closing attending to the experience of the embattled women of Ciudad Ju#xE1;rez in Mexico, where hundreds have been slain and where survivors have found healing and salvation in solidarity and community practices that resist rather than acquiesce in the violence.
Table of Contents
SufferingùA Social Reality
Feminicide in Ciudad Juarez
A Social-Suffering Hermeneutic
"Reading" the Feminicide
Suffering, Social Imaginaries, and the Making of Evil
Social Imaginaries and the Making of Evil
Cultural-Symbolic Female Representations of Suffering
The Drive for Release, the Quest for Salvation
Anselm and Salvation
Anselm's Context and the Argument of Cur Deus Homo
The Historic Legacy of Cur Deus Homo
Cur Deus Homo and the Ciudad Juarez Feminicide
Responding to Social SufferingùPractices of Resistance
Tilling the Soil: Practices of Resistance in the Midst of Suffering
Popular Religious Practices and Practices of Resistance
Claiming Space, Processing Pain, and Social Imagination
On the Possibility of Salvation
On Matters of Suffering and Response
On the Primacy of Community
Furthering the Realization of Salvation
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