Over the Christmas break, I am not only going work on my body protesting book, I am going also work on my Caribbean theology syllabus . I have not really found one that has a focus on other Caribbean studies that didn’t focus on Jamaican theology or Rastafarian religion. . I want to also include Spanish, French and Dutch Caribbean theologians I also want to focus on religions like Voodoo, Roman Catholicism Santeria and not only on Black Caribbean theology but also Euro Caribbean Theology and Indo -Caribbean theology. So stay tuned after the Christmas break to see the launch of the syllabus on my website. The Syllabus will also include works from Caribbean Biblical scholars.
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Princess O’Nika Auguste is from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. She has a BA in English Literature from Grambling State University, a Masters of Divinity concentrating in New Testament from Gammon Theological Seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center, and is attending Claremont School of Theology obtaining a Masters of Arts in Biblical Languages and Biblical Studies. She hopes to obtain a PhD. in New Testament and Early Christianity. She also have taken graduate classes in education and considers herself a feminist-womanist. She is a poet, a writer, a theologian and a scholar. Some of her writings can be read on the feminist site Christian Feminism. While studying at the Interdenominational Theological Center Princess gained an interest in Biblical Studies with consideration of ethics and the treatment of women in the Biblical text. She is also a pop and cultural critic fascinated with Beyonce, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Rihianna and Solange Knowles and tries incorporate popular culture with her work . Princess is also interested in the early church fathers and their influence on sexuality, sex and marriage. View all posts by Princess