No Salvation Outside the Poor Prophetic-Utopian Essays

ISBN-10: 1570757526

ISBN-13: 9781570757525

Edition: 2008

Authors: Jon Sobrino
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Description: The provocative title of these essays plays on a traditional Catholic slogan: "No salvation outside the church." Insofar as it implies God's response to a world marked by suffering and injustice, then the poor represent an indispensible test, a key to the healing of a sick society. Drawing on the radical hope of Christian faith--the promise of the kingdom of God and the resurrection of the death--Sobrino presents a bold counter-cultural challenge to a "civilization of wealth" that lives off the blood of the poor. Inspired by the witness of Oscar Romero and Ignacio Ellacuria, and the church's preferential option for the poor, Sobrino offers these "prophetic-utopian" reflections on faith and the meaning of discipleship in our time.

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List price: $22.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Orbis Books
Publication date: 5/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 147
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

Prologuep. ix
The Crucified People and the Civilization of Poverty: Ignacio Ellacuria's "Taking Hold of Reality"p. 1
Taking Hold of Realityp. 2
"The Crucified People"p. 3
The Civilization of Povertyp. 9
Depth and Urgency of the Option for the Poorp. 19
The Depth of the Option: Facing the Unfathomable Mystery of the Poorp. 20
Saving the Poorp. 25
Extra Pauperes Nulla Salus: A Short Utopian-Prophetic Essayp. 35
The Need to Reverse the Course of Historyp. 35
A World That Is Gravely Illp. 37
The Poor and Salvationp. 48
Extra Pauperes Nulla Salusp. 69
The Mystery of the Poorp. 72
The Centrality of the Kingdom of God Announced by Jesus: Reflections before Aparecidap. 77
The Centrality of the Kingdom of Godp. 77
Utopiap. 80
The Centrality of the Poor in Christianityp. 88
The Following of Jesusp. 90
A Final Wordp. 97
The Resurrection of One Crucified: Hope and a Way of Livingp. 99
Death and Victimsp. 99
A Drama in Two Actsp. 101
The Hope of the Victimsp. 102
The Hope of Nonvictimsp. 103
Living in Accordance with Jesus' Resurrectionp. 105
Helping Jesus' Legacy to Bear Fruit in the Churches: Ellacuria on Archbishop Romerop. 109
The Peoplep. 110
Godp. 116
Followingp. 121
Gracep. 126
Notesp. 129
Indexp. 143
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