We all have a unique perspective. Our life experience influences how we think and the wisdom we can bring to a conversation, even a theological one.
Yet, we can still wonder about the projects known by their reference to identity such as black theology, queer theology, feminist theology, and disability theology among others.
How should we think about these labels and what do they really mean? To what extent do these projects carry specific political commitments to the table in their theologizing and hermeneutics?