4 edition of Theology & violence found in the catalog.
Theology & violence
|Other titles||Theology and violence.|
|Statement||edited by Charles Villa-Vicencio.|
|LC Classifications||BT736.15 .T47 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||309 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||87037524|
Specifically, it examines violence and assumptions of violence in the classic formulations of the central Christian doctrines of atonement and Christology. While this analysis finds classic theology in large part guilty of accommodating and supporting violence, the essay also points to a specifically nonviolent Christian answer. In a book about violence, the implicit violence of relegating Israel (my people) to the past is nowhere acknowledged, let alone confronted. Disparaging the Hebrew Bible, as some contemporary Christian writers do, is one sort of theological problem, but so, assuredly, is imagining that God has moved on from God’s covenant with Israel.
This book is about Black women's search for relationships and encounters that support healing from intimate and cultural violence. Narratives provide an ethnographic snapshot of this violence, while raising concerns over whether or not existing paradigms for pastoral care and counseling are. Book description: For close to two thousand years, Christian theology has been captivated by a sacrificial rendering of the Gospel that renders God as retributive, arbitrary, and Janus-faced. In the past fifty years a non-sacrificial way of perceiving the Gospel, God, and the mission and message of Jesus has challenged this sacrificial hegemony.
In this unique volume, Lampley analyzes the theology of Nat Turner's violent slave rebellion in juxtaposition with Old Testament views of prophetic violence and Jesus' politics of violence in the New Testament and in consideration of the history of Christian violence and the violence embedded in. William Cavanaugh’s book, The Myth of Religious Violence, clearly states that religion is both a transhistorical, as well as a transcultural element of human life. That religion is essentially distinct from “secular” features such as politics and economics, which have an inclination to promote violence. .
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A Black Theology of Divine Violence (Christianity is an African Religion Book 2) - Kindle edition by Matthews, Donald, Matthews, Faith. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Black Theology of Divine Violence (Christianity is an African Religion Book 2).Author: Donald Matthews. “Faith and Violence is a Merton reader for our time Its thrust is simple: that ‘theology today needs to focus carefully upon the crucial problem of violence.’ Carefully and crucial are the key words there--the ones that interiorly bind together the pieces collected in the by: About From Violence to Peace.
This book contributes to the literature on jurisprudence and theology by arguing for the role of a theoretically robust Christian theology in a legal community dominated by secular and liberal ideology. Cone’s first book, “Black Theology and Black Power,” had been released the year before (), and the global theological community was wrestling with this new concept of a “black theology.”.
In exploring aggression from feminist, pastoral, and theological perspectives, Greider examines the relationships between violence and vitality, passion and aggression, and finds that Christians can be strong without being destructive. Reckoning with Aggression: Theology, Violence, & Vitality () by Kathleen GreiderFormat: Paperback.
Contents - Violence and Theology The time is ripe for the School to resume a robust involvement with contemporary issues, to engage our alumni, alumnae, friends, and the religious community more generally, in a serious and sustained conversation about the issues that confront church and society from a reflective theological point of view.
Recent years have witnessed a series of books, articles, and lectures raising serious questions about the Christian doctrine of the Atonement. While coming from a variety of sources, the questions usually center around the central issue of atonement and violence.
Doesn't the Atonement promote the idea of violence on the part of God. If so, isn't such violence incompatible with a God of love?Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Theology & violence. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Pub. Co.,© (OCoLC) Online version: Theology & violence. Source: Journal of Religion and Violence '[Rubén Rosario] Rodríguez astutely emphasizes that only forgiveness modeled on that of Jesus will break the cycle of violence.
This book is an exemplary effort to sort out how a Christian comparative theology of martyrdom would by: 2. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Theology & violence. Johannesburg: Skotaville Publishers, [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Rita Nakashima Brock is a theologian and co-author with Rebecca Ann Parker of Proverbs of Ashes: Violence, Redemptive Suffering, and the Search for What Saves Us (Beacon Press, ) and Saving Paradise: How Christianity Traded Love of This World for Crucifixion and Empire (Beacon Press, )/5.
In this book I’d like to stimulate discussion of such topics concerning Luther-an theology. First, I’ll provide an introduction to what Luther said explicitly about sexual and domestic violence, commenting freely on the basis of what we know today about these topics.
As we shall see, Luther was a man of his times as we are creatures of Size: KB. alongside more recent issues such as religious violence and Christian Zionism. Moberly’s concern – elucidated through a combination of close The Theology of the Book of Ecclesiastes, J.
Gerald Janzen The Theology of the Book of Daniel, Anathea Portier-Young The Theology of the Book of Hosea, Christine Roy Yoder. Judges, Theology of. The Book of Judges is ordinarily spoken of as part of the Deuteronomic history, that single narration from Joshua through Kings, covering the period from Israel's entry into the land through the time that the land was lost in the Babylonian exile.
In this book, Suchocki argues that the condition of "original sin" is not primarily a "rebellion against God," but a "rebellion against creation." Sin is action that, whether intentionally or not, contributes to the ill-being of earth or its inhabitants.
Its underlying root is not "pride," but a triadic structure that involves (1) a human bent toward aggression that easily tends toward. Some scholars, like Regina Schwartz in her book The Curse of Cain: The Violent Legacy of Monotheism, argue for the Christian faith’s complicity in violence by pointing to the fact that, along with Judaism and Islam, Christianity is a monotheistic religion and therefore, Schwartz argues, an.
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Daniel Hawk By Derek DeMars on March 6, • (3). Whenever I told people I was reading a new book about violence in the Bible, I inevitably got the same response: “There sure is a lot!”. This book is a political and theological reflection on the violence and injustice that has taken place in Mexico and Central America since as a result of the drug : How are we to think about religion and violence in the contemporary world, especially in the wake of the events of Septem.
In this collection of essays, nearly a dozen scholars, including some of the leading voices in the field of academic religious thought, offer a theoretical and theological response to the 9/11 attacks as well as a broader and more interdisciplinary reflection. Liberation theology is a synthesis of Christian theology and socio-economic analyses, based in far-left politics, particularly Marxism, that emphasizes "social concern for the poor and political liberation for oppressed peoples." In the s and the s, liberation theology was the political praxis of Latin American theologians, such as Gustavo Gutiérrez of Peru, Leonardo Boff of Brazil.
The Rev. James Cone is the founder of black liberation theology. In an interview with Terry Gross, Cone explains the movement, which has roots in. Theology and violence against women “Groundbreaking”, was how Professor Linda Hogan (right in picture) described Michael O’Sullivan SJ’s new book, How Roman Catholic Theology Can Transform Male Violence against Women’, launched in All Hallows College, Dublin, on Thursday 9 May.The Non-Violent Atonement Reveals the Truth about Violence As we begin to bring the book to a close, this chapter shows why God inspired a book (the Bible) which is so full of violence.
The reason is because violence is such a huge human problem, God wanted to reveal that we humans are the source and cause of violence.