Spirituality and Liberation: Overcoming the Great Fallacy

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1. jan. 1988 - 158 sider
In Spirituality and Liberation Robert McAfee Brown foremost theologian and author of Saying Yes and Saying No and Unexpected News, confronts a dilemma that has plagued Christians for centuries: the separation between the spiritual and the temporal, between prayer and social involvement. After a searching examination of the two spheres, he outlines a new vision of Christian wholeness.

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While little of this will be new to individuals versed in the works of liberation theology, Brown's colloquial style and clear presentation make it ideal for readers unfamiliar with (or only ... Les hele vurderingen

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Acknowledgments
11
Deconstruction
21
Shortcomings of the synthesis
41
Withdrawal and Return
43
Meditation on Two Photographs
51
Clues for Construction
59
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67
Incarnation
73
Jesus of Nazareth
79
Liturgy and Sacraments
86
Radical Reconstruction
109
Some Consequences
125
Showing by Deeds
136
An Eccentric Bibliography
154
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Robert McAfee Brown was a well-known theologian, writer, teacher, and social activist. He authored many books, including The Bible Speaks to You; Liberation Theology: An Introductory Guide; Reclaiming the Bible; Religion and Violence; Theology in a New Key; and, a novel, Dark the Night, Wild the Sea, all published by Westminster John Knox Press.

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