Post a Comment. Hermano Juancito. Saturday, March 19, Mercy: principle and works. There was a lot of information and I felt overwhelmed by the torrent of words on mercy. Thanks be to God I had the chance one night to visit the sick.
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Contents Search. Sobrino, Jon. Living reference work entry First Online: 25 February How to cite. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Boff L Jesus Christ liberator. A critical Christology for our time. Orbis books, Maryknoll Google Scholar. The mission of Christ and his Church. Orbis Books, Maryknoll Google Scholar. Fundamental concepts of liberation theology. Segundo JL — Jesus of Nazareth yesterday and today. Pannenberg y J. Moltmann, Doctoral thesis.
Frankfurt Google Scholar. Sobrino J Christology at the crossroads. A latin American approach. Sobrino J b Jesus in Latin America. Apuntes para una nueva espiritualidad. Sobrino J b The true church and the poor.
Sobrino J Spirituality of liberation. Toward political holiness. Sobrino J Companions of Jesus. The murder and martyrdom of the salvadorean Jesuits. Sobrino J b Jesucristo liberador. Sobrino J El principio-misericordia. Bajar de la cruz a los pueblos crucificados. Sal Terrae, Santander Google Scholar. Sobrino J Jesus the Liberator. A historical-theological reading of Jesus of Nazareth. Sobrino J a Jesus the liberator. Sobrino J b La fe en el Dios crucificado.
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Jon Sobrino. The essays in Sobrino's latest collection bear on one of the most pressing signs of the times: the existence of a "crucified people," the poor and oppressed of our world, whose suffering presents Christian faith with an urgent demand - that we "take them down from the cross. In a personal introduction that sets the tone, Sobrino describes the evolution of his own thinking under the impact of the Salvadoran reality. Part One focuses on the essential character of mercy, and on the importance of shaping the mission of the church and the task of theology. Part Two analyzes the crucified reality of the Third World with specific reflections on salvation, forgiveness, and the grace of being forgiven. Part Three presents two manifestations of mercy: the reality of priesthood and solidarity. Finally, in a moving Afterword, Sobrino focuses on his martyred fellow Jesuits of the Central American University, a group who paid the ultimate price of mercy.
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