By Christopher Rowland
Liberation theology is greatly mentioned in discussions of politics and faith yet now not regularly effectively understood. the second one version of this better half brings the tale of the movement's carrying on with value and impression brand new. extra essays, which enhance these within the unique version, extend upon the problems via facing gender and sexuality and the real subject of epistemology. within the gentle of a extra conservative ethos in Roman Catholicism, and in theology regularly, liberation theology is frequently acknowledged to were an highbrow circulate tied to a selected interval of ecumenical and political theology. those essays point out its carrying on with value in numerous contexts and allow readers to find its detailed highbrow ethos in the evolving contextual and cultural matters of theology and spiritual experiences. This ebook might be of curiosity to scholars of theology in addition to to sociologists, political theorists and historians.
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