Controversies In Political Theology Paperback
Development or Liberation?
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Controversies In Political Theology
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Whilst the theology of development remain focused on the economic realm, on trade and consumption, the theology of liberation expands the discussion beyond the economic realm to deal with politics, race, gender and culture more generally. These different concepts of justice lead to very different actions in communities around the world.
This book provides students with access to an in-depth view of these practices in a clear and concise context. The book looks not only at the theologies themselves but also how they came to emerge, and how they stand in contrast across the globe today.
Part 1: Beginnings
1. A Theology of Development
2. A Theology of Liberation
Part 2: Changes
3. A Theology of Development: Stagnation and Disappearance
4. Theologies of Liberation: Expansion and Formalization
Part 3: Here and Now
5. A Case Study Christian Aid: Faith, Development, Globalization and Trade
6. A Case Study CEAS: Faith and Citizenship
Part 4: What Should We Be Struggling Toward?
7. A New Heaven and a New Earth
Index of Names and Subjects
Controversies In Political Theology by Thia Cooper was published by Canterbury Press in July 2007 and is our 49965th best seller. The ISBN for Controversies In Political Theology is 9780334041122.
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Details for Controversies In Political Theology
|Author / Artist||Thia Cooper|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (July 2007)|
|Number of Pages||188|
|Page last updated||17th March 2016|