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  1. 5 out of 5

    Emily Griesenbeck

    Blew my mind right open

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    Glen Gersmehl

    one of the first, and best intros to the hugely important Latin American liberation movements and thinking by an early leader

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    Andy Hickman

    Regarded as the founder of Liberation Theology, Gustavo Gutiérrez is a Peruvian Dominican priest who lived in Lima. For Gutiérrez, the central problem in Latin America is sin manifested in an unjust social structure. His foundational work, A Theology of Liberation: History, Politics, Salvation (1971), described how Liberation Theology originally developed as a Christian response to the conditions in which a great part of the Latin American population live. Gutiérrez's emphasis is revealed in his Regarded as the founder of Liberation Theology, Gustavo Gutiérrez is a Peruvian Dominican priest who lived in Lima. For Gutiérrez, the central problem in Latin America is sin manifested in an unjust social structure. His foundational work, A Theology of Liberation: History, Politics, Salvation (1971), described how Liberation Theology originally developed as a Christian response to the conditions in which a great part of the Latin American population live. Gutiérrez's emphasis is revealed in his notion of Christian poverty as being an act of loving solidarity with the poor. In living this way, a liberating protest is enacted against the scandalous condition of poverty. This can only be achieved when the Church acknowledges “Christ the Liberator” as we perceive Christ in our neighbour. Brown, Robert McAfee. Gustavo Gutierrez: An Introduction to Liberation Theology. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1990.

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    Parker

    I disagree with liberation theology's foundation, but Gutierrez makes the best argument for why Christians should adopt this theology. I don't believe God has a preferential option for the poor, but it's worth reading, if for no other reason to challenge the way you think about God and his treatment of the poor I disagree with liberation theology's foundation, but Gutierrez makes the best argument for why Christians should adopt this theology. I don't believe God has a preferential option for the poor, but it's worth reading, if for no other reason to challenge the way you think about God and his treatment of the poor

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