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Jesus Christ liberator

Leonardo Boff

Jesus Christ liberator

by Leonardo Boff

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Published by Orbis Books in Maryknoll, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Person and offices

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJesus Cristo libertador. English.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT202 .B5313
    The Physical Object
    Pagination323 p.
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21097298M
    ISBN 100883442361
    LC Control Number78-969

    Jesus Christ, liberator of the human condition -- the kingdom of God implies a revolution in our thinking and acting -- Jesus Christ, the liberator of oppressed conscience -- the comportment of the new person -- the kingdom of God implies a revolution of the human world -- Conclusion: the theological relevance of the attitudes of the historical Pages:   Jesus Christ Liberator is Boff's distinctive contribution to contemporary Christology. Boff writes, Christology thought out and vitally tested in Latin America must have characteristics of its own. The attentive reader will perceive them throughout this book/5(58).

    For Christ, women have an intrinsic value equal to that of men. Jesus said, “ at the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female’” (Matt. ; cf. Gen. ). Women are created in the image of God just as men are. Like men, they have self-awareness, personal freedom, a measure of self-determination, and personal. Jesus the Liberator: A Historical-Theological Reading of Jesus of Nazareth Jon Sobrino, Paul Burns, Francis McDonagh This work is a presentation of the truth of Jesus Christ from the viewpoint of liberation - from Jesus's options for the poor, his confrontation with .

    Christ the Liberator A View from the Victims Jon Sobrino. Christ the Liberator is a sequel to and continuation of Jon Sobrino’s earlier book, Jesus the Liberator (; ET, ). The two volumes actually form two parts of one whole christology, written from the . A fine art, giclée print expertly mounted on a ½" Wood Plaque with beveled edges. A satin laminate with a transparent, non-glare, UV coating protects the fini.


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The Epilogue in Boff's book, Jesus Chris Liberator, provides an overview of his Christological model. For Boff, living out one's faith requires an engagement with the socio-historical forces of our time, recognizing that systemic oppression is the norm for millions of people living in the Third World.5/5(4).

Jesus, the Liberator – the view from the Gospels Naming Jesus “the Liberator” is practically synonymous with naming him “Savior,” “Redeemer,” and “Deliverer.” Incidentally, the Catechism of the Catholic Church in referring to Christ’s work, uses the terms “redemption,” “salvation,” and “liberation” inFile Size: 98KB.

Jesus Christ Liberator is Boff's distinctive contribution to contemporary Christology. Boff writes, Christology thought out and vitally tested in Latin America must have characteristics of its own. The attentive reader will perceive them throughout this book.

To appreciate Christ’s power, we need to tune in to what the Bible says about heavenly or spiritual power. There are terribly powerful evil heavenly authorities. We hear about them in Colossians where Jesus disarms them. But, if they are disarmed by Jesus that means that apart from Jesus they are armed.

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Jesus Christ, Liberator, first published in Brazil inhas just appeared in English translation. Boff, a Franciscan priest, is an excellent scholar. His mastery of German New Testament research, both Catholic and Protestant, is formidable. Jesus the Liberator centers around three questions: the methodology of Latin American Christology; the message and mission of Jesus; and the circumstances and meaning of his suffering and death.

Sobrino’s starting point is the suffering poor of El Salvador – one of the “crucified peoples” of history. As Sobrino demonstrates, this vantage point reveals a different face of Christ, and.

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Jon Sobrino continues the magisterial christology begun in Jesus the Liberator. In that book Sobrino examined the identity of Jesus in relation to his message, his interlocutors, and the conflict that led to his death.

In this second volume he takes up the Resurrection of Christ, the christology of the New Testament, and finally the christological formulae of the early church councils. Jesus Christ, liberator of the human condition --the kingdom of God implies a revolution in our thinking and acting --Jesus Christ, the liberator of oppressed conscience --the comportment of the new person --the kingdom of God implies a revolution of the human world --Conclusion: the theological relevance of the attitudes of the historical.

Again, this book is of value to scholars and students who seek to make sense out of feminist theologies in terms of developing a more adequate christology. TIMOTHY Seabuy.

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Jon Sobrino is a prominent theologian, a Spanish Jesuit Catholic priest serving in El Salvador. Sobrino's main works are Jesus the Liberator () and its sequel, Christ the Liberator (). He outlines his Christology according to the perspective of the poor, whom he describes as “a crucified people living in hope.”/5.

Christ the Liberator, John Introduction. You and I – we – are born into this lives wearing slaves shackles. They aren’t visible. We can’t see them because they are the shackles of sin. The Bible teaches us that all of us have received a sinful nature from our : Chris Surber.Jesus Christ Liberator is Boff's distinctive contribution to contemporary Christology.

Boff writes, Christology thought out and vitally tested in Latin America must have characteristics of its own. The attentive reader will perceive them throughout this book.5/5(1).From the publisher: Who is Jesus Christ for us today? By what names do we call him?

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