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The birth and impact of the base ecclesial community and liberative theological discourse in Brazil

Author: Andrew Dawson
Publisher: Lanham, MD : International Scholars Publications, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"With its principal focus upon the years since 1959, this work draws on materials in Portuguese, Spanish and English, as well as bringing to bear the disciplines of religious, sociological and historical studies. Analyzing the interplay of societal, institutional and theological factors which led to the emergence of the base ecclesial community and liberative theological discourse in Brazil, this work is of value to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Dawson, Andrew, 1966-
Birth and impact of the base ecclesial community and liberative theological discourse in Brazil.
Lanham, MD : International Scholars Publications, ©1998
(OCoLC)656832890
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Dawson
ISBN: 1573093149 9781573093149
OCLC Number: 39157499
Description: vi, 293 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Methodological Considerations. Socio-Analytical Framework. The Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Institution --
Ch. 2. A Time of Preparation. The Neo-Christendom Paradigm. The Origins of Institutional Cohesion and Pastoral Innovation. Early Moves to the Base --
Ch. 3. Growing Encounters With the Base. Political Developments. Ecclesiastical Developments. Catholic University Youth: Post-1958. The Base Education Movement. The Post-Coup Environment --
Ch. 4. A New Roman Catholic Paradigm. The Second Vatican Council. Post-Vatican II Brazil. Nascent Liberative Theological Discourse. Emerging Patterns and Responses --
Ch. 5. Changing Ecclesial Perspectives. The Second General Conference of Latin American Bishops. The Societal Context: 1968-1973. A Concerted Move to the Base. An Established Liberative Theological Discourse. The CNBB Makes A Stand.
Responsibility: Andrew Dawson.

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"With its principal focus upon the years since 1959, this work draws on materials in Portuguese, Spanish and English, as well as bringing to bear the disciplines of religious, sociological and historical studies. Analyzing the interplay of societal, institutional and theological factors which led to the emergence of the base ecclesial community and liberative theological discourse in Brazil, this work is of value to scholars and students alike who have a specific interest in either of these ecclesial phenomena or a general interest in the self-understanding and activity of the church in Latin America." "Avoiding reductionist approaches of all kinds, this work offers a balanced and comprehensive analysis in which both material conditions and ideational concerns are given equal consideration as mutually influencing the emergence of a liberative theological discourse and the base ecclesial community in Brazil. This balanced and comprehensive treatment furnishes insight into the manner in which prevailing theological trends, existing societal conditions and enduring institutional preoccupations interacted to generate these two phenomena and set the context for their impact upon the church and society at large."--BOOK JACKET.

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