Marxisms influence of theological thought searching

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Marxism's influence of theological thought searching for its own sources that has begun to reflect on the meaning of the transformation of this world and the action of man in history. 4. Eschatological dimension to his use of ``historical praxis'' as he understands the opening to the future which is intrinsic to any eschatological understanding as requiring a political task that will result in the transformation of the world.
How does Isasi-Diaz define liberation ethics? (4)
What eight characteristics does liberation moral theology have to possess according to Isasi- Diaz? (4-5)
instead of an abstract analysis of good and bad acts. 7. A morality of the person-in-society, which has to be in dialogue with the social sciences in order to be able to underline the importance of social structures for the individual person. 8. A morality with specific embodiments of universal moral Christian values according to the Latin American reality How does Isasi-Diaz view the relationship between liberation theology’s “preferential option for the poor” and the concept of solidarity? (6-10)
Black Liberation Theology – Race How does Cone define Christian theology? When does he say that theology ceases to be theology? (136)

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