Santos, Narry F. Turning our Shame into Honor: Transformation of the Filipino HIYA in the Light of Mark’s Gospel. Quezon City: LifeChange Publishing, 2003.
Table of Contents
Foreword – Acknowledgement – Introduction: New Pair of Lenses to Look at Hiya – Part I: Valuing our Filipino Concepts of Honor and Shame – Chapter 1. Filipino Honor in our Hiya – Chapter 2. Marriage of Dangal and Hiya – Chapter 3. Dangal and Hiya in our Pagkakamag-Anak – Part II: Viewing Honor and Shame in Jesus’ Day – Chapter 4. What the World of Jesus Was Like – 4.1. Questions on Honor and Contests of Honor – 4.2. Questions on Shame, Gender Role, and Family – Chapter 5. How Mark’s Gospel Integrates Honor and Shame – 5.1. Honor-Shame Terms, Names, and Titles – 5.2. Honor Contests and Cultural Concepts – 5.3. Honor-Shame Transformations and Reversals – Part III: Transforming Honor and Shame in Mark’s Gospel – Chapter 6. Real Honor and Shame in the New Family (Mark 1:1-8:21) – 6.1. Call of the New Family of God – 6.2. From First Place to Second Place – Chapter 7. When Honor is Shame and Shame is Honor (Mark 8:22-10:52) – 7.1. “Those Who Want to Save their Life Will Lose It…” (First Honor-Shame Transformed Teaching) 7.2. “Whoever Wants to Be First Must Be Last of All…” (Second Honor-Shame Transformed Teaching) 7.3. “Whoever Wishes to Be First…Must Be Slave of All” (Third Honor-Shame Transformed Teaching) – Chapter 8. Model of Honor in Shameful Death (Mark 11:1-16:8) – Part IV: Applying our Own Honor-Shame Transformations – Chapter 9. Perspectives for Dangal-Hiya Transformations – Chapter 10. Principles for Dangal-Hiya Transformations – Chapter 11. Pictures of Transformed Dangal and Hiya – Chapter 12. Practice of Transformed Dangal and Hiya – Appendix -- Bibliography
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