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LT: Eclectic or ecumenical?. Nov. 13’03. Deliberate eclecticism. Ecumenism and V2: mutual openness (not necessarily on one church’s terms) New approaches in biblical research Catholic Action movement: Kdm of God ( ≠indiv. churches?) Bonhoeffer (1904-45) “religionless Christianity”

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Deliberate eclecticism
Deliberate eclecticism

Ecumenism and V2: mutual openness

(not necessarily on one church’s terms)

New approaches in biblical research

Catholic Action movement: Kdm of God

(≠indiv. churches?)

Bonhoeffer (1904-45) “religionless Christianity”

Gutierrez: theol follows pastoral work


Other voices
Other voices

Juan Luis Segundo (SJ): cs. has turned

--the poor now a self-aware hermeneutical community

Marginalized as privileged readers

--& this category isn’t religiously limited

Human sciences as relevant for px & th

--relevance of the ideal of poverty?


Opposition
Opposition

The 1984 “Instruction”

“Liberation” both enduring and localized

Social concerns fully addressed in G+S

--moving beyond = alliances w/Mxsm

Chr. Liberation: focused on the Kingdom

Necessary continuity w/Tradition

Final authority in the Magisterium (& its methods, esp. re social sciences)

(=preserving the opposition to Mx?)


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