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Liberation Theologies In The United States
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Name Tutor Course Date Liberation Theologies in the United States (137) The book Liberation Theologies in the United States by Stacey Floyd-Thomas and Anthony Pinn talks about the birth of the United States as a process involving destruction and reorganization of different worldviews and cultures (Floyd-Thomas & Pinn 3).Subsequent years since its birth have seen the growth of its multicultural nature with many more racial groups establishing themselves in the United States.
These theologies have a religious commitment but their organization is purely political. The goal of these theologies was to bring about full citizenship and equality in the social and political spheres of the lives of people in United States. This discussion is a term paper the book Liberation Theologies in the United States by Stacey Floyd-Thomas and Anthony Pinn. General overview The authors provide an in-depth discussion about the origin and development of the liberation theologies in the United States. The book contains 10 liberation theologies which are all discussed in detail to the benefit of the reader. In this book each liberation theology is discussed in an exposition that displays its development, purpose and activities (Floyd-Thomas & Pinn 6). Immediately before the first chapter, the authors provide a very informative discussion that delves into the beginning of the cultural and social disorganization that that came to characterize the US in the 20th century when most of the liberations came up. Through this introduction, they lay a very solid background of things that led to the emergence of liberation movements. ...
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