2 edition of Theologies of revolution found in the catalog.
Theologies of revolution
Robert W. Fugere
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert W. Fugere.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 394 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||394|
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In the Immortal Longings, he discussed a range of philosophers, teasing out the latent theological tendencies that. It offers reflections on concepts and interpretations of revolution and reformation that are relevant for the analysis of future-oriented political practices and political theologies of the present time.
About the Author. Elena Namli is Professor of Theological Ethics at Uppsala University, Sweden. The theology of revolution has begun to sweep divinity schools in Germany, and there are distressing signs that it is preempting the interest of many theological : Carl F.
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The revolution means laying aside privilege in service to others (Phil. –11). Perhaps white Christian America can be motivated by that. It is possible to be, like Jesus, angry at injustice.This book comes in three parts which are quite distinct from each other, although they are held together by the overarching theme of political theology.
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