University Press of America
978-0-7618-3053-5 • Paperback • January 2005 • $45.99 • (£35.00)
978-1-4616-7642-3 • eBook • January 2005 • $43.50 • (£33.00)
Manfred K. Bahmann holds a Ph.D. in Church History/Reformation Studies from the Hartford Seminary Foundation. He was Professor for Church History at the Protestant Seminary in Buenos Aires, Argentina and an observer at the Medellin Conference where Liberation Theology was conceived.
Chapter 1 Preface
Chapter 2 Back to Where It All Started
Chapter 3 Bogotá 1968: A Papal Visit and Its Consequences
Chapter 4 Medellín 1968—Now the Bishops Speak
Chapter 5 A Call to Repentance
Chapter 6 Latin America Finds a Voice: J.L. Segundo: The Principle of Suspicion; J.P. Miranda: The Radical Love of the Bible; L. Boff: A Voice for the Voiceless; J. Sobrino: In the Footsteps of Jesus; E. Dussel: The Conqueror and the Conquered; Summary
Chapter 7 The Revolution that Never Came
Chapter 8 Roma Locuta Est
Chapter 9 A Preferential Option for the Poor
Chapter 10 What is Left?
Chapter 11 Why Should We Care?
Chapter 12 The Excluded
Chapter 13 Faith that Moves Mountains: Origin and Growth of the Pentecostals; Seized by an Incomprehensible Force; The Word Creating Miracles; Work of the Spirit?
Chapter 14 Responsibility—A Protestant Perspective: Living in Exile; The Two Realms; The Sore Point; The Priesthood of All Believers; The Ongoing Work of Creation
Chapter 15 Bibliography
Chapter 16 Index
Chapter 17 Author Biographical Sketch