Where Is God? Earthquake, Terrorism, Barbarity, and Hope

ISBN-10: 1570755663

ISBN-13: 9781570755668

Edition: 2004

Authors: Jon Sobrino, Margaret Wilde

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List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Orbis Books
Publication date: 11/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

Prologue to the English Edition: The Empire and God
The Empire
The Empire's Clay Feet and the Power of the Cross
A Closing Word
Forgetting and Manipulating Tragedies
Who We Human Beings Are, Who God Is, What Brings Salvation
A Word from El Salvador
First Reflections after the Earthquake
The Tragedy of the Poor
The Injustice That Shapes Our World
The Saintliness of Living
The Primordial Demand: To Be Affected by Tragedy
Where Is God in the Earthquake
Is Hope Dying in El Salvador
The Earthquake Seen from the Christian Perspective
The Battle of Definitions: What Is an Earthquake?
The Historical Element of the Christian View
The Transcendent Element of the Christian View
Being Honest toward Reality
Deficit in the "Will to Truth"
The Lie and the Truth in the Christian Tradition
The Crucified People
The Sinfulness of Reality
Iniquitous Poverty: The Destruction of "Home"
Iniquitous Inequality: Comparative Harm
The Christian Tradition: Poverty, Inequality, and Injustice
The Unconcealable Sin
Primordial Saintliness
Primordial Saintliness and Primordial martyrdom
Primordial Saintliness and Solidarity: "Supporting One Another"
Primary Saintliness and the Civilization of Poverty
Appendix on "Countercultural Goodness"
Terrorism and Barbarity: New York and Afghanistan
The Ultimacy of the Human: Suffering and Compassion
The Will to Truth: The Greater Truth
The Utopia of Reconciliation: Brotherhood Between Manhattan and El Salvador
Where Is God and What Is God Doing in the Tragedies?
Religious Fanaticism and the God of Life
Theodicy and the Crucified God
Epilogue: Redemption and Utopia
Redemption: "What Is Not Assumed, Is Not Saved"
Utopia: "To Make Life Possible"
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