God for a Secular Society: Public Relevance of Theology by Jürgen Moltmann
By Jürgen Moltmann
During this masterful research of the non secular and political dilemmas on the finish of the fashionable age, world-renowned theologian Jürgen Moltmann assays the vaulting desires and titanic mess ups of our time. He asks how we got here so far, and he argues strenuously for Christian discipleship and public theology that take aspects. In either serious and artistic methods he advances the categorical relevance of Christian messianic wish to brand new thorniest political, monetary, and ecological questions-including human rights, environmental rights, globalization, industry capitalism, fundamentalisms, and Jewish-Christian relations-and the deeper values contested therein. In an international reeling among utopia and catastrophe, Moltmann right here passionately and provacatively indicates how Christian discipleship, via engagement and unity, can blaze a redemptive direction.
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The dependence theory, which developed out of Lenin's imperialism concept). This theology no longer draws a dividing line between world history and salvation history; it testifies to the whole of salvation for the whole of this world. Liberation theologians formulated the better texts of the Latin American Bishops' Conferences in Medellin (1968) and Puebla (1979), and thus placed the church itself in the process of the transformation of Latin America. In the 1960s Europe too had become a continent full of unrest.
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