Mysterium Liberationis, Roberto Oliveros writes on the poor and conversion. From a Latin American perspective, Liberation Theology seeks to rethink the scriptures from the underside, from the aspect of the poor. This means that God has a preferential option for the poor. If God sides with the poor, then what is the role of conversion? Continue reading
Communion is as much about community as it is about the individual. If all are accepted to the table, then the whole person must be accepted as well. A look at the humanity as the Imago Dei.
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Tagged Becki Jayne, Christ, communion, constructive, Eucharist, God, Image of communion, Jesus, Religion, Religion and Spirituality, Religion in the Making, The Last Supper, Whitehead |
A book review of Nancy L. Eiesland’s The Disabled God: A Liberatory Theology of Disability. Abingdon Press: Nashville., 1994., 139pp.
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Tagged Christ, disability, disability theology, Eucharist, God, Jesus, liberation, nancy l. eiesland, Nancy Mairs, Paul, theology, Whitehead |
Sallie McFague. The Body of God: An Ecological Theology. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993. 274 pp.
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Tagged Body of Christ, body of god, Christ, christianity, ecological theology, ecology, God, Jesus, process philosophy/theology, Religion and Spirituality, Sallie McFague, theology |