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A Black theology of liberation / James H. Cone ; [foreword by Paulo Freire]

By: Cone, James H.
Edition: Second edition.Description: xxii, 154 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0883442450 (pbk.); 9780883442456 (pbk.).Subject(s): Black theologyDDC classification: 230/.08996 | 230/.8996
Contents:
1. The content of theology. Liberation as the content of theology. Liberation and black theology. Black theology and the black community. Black theology as survival theology. Black theology as passionate language -- 2. The sources and norm of black theology. The function of the sources and norm. The sources of black theology. The norm of black theology -- 3. The meaning of revelation. Revelation and American theology. The biblical view of revelation. General and special revelation. Bultmann's view of New Testament revelation -- 4. God in black theology. Must we discard God-language? Hermeneutical principle for the doctrine of God. New wine in new wineskins. God is black. The love and righteousness of God. Traditional theological language and the black God -- 5. The human being in black theology. American theology, existentialism, and black theology. The human being as endowed with freedom. The human being as a fallen creature -- 6. Jesus Christ in black theology. The historical Jesus and black theology. The character of the New Testament Jesus. The black Christ. The kingdom of God and the black Christ. -- 7. Church, world, and eschatology in black theology. The church. The world. Eschatology.
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Includes index.

Bibliography: pages 143-151.

1. The content of theology. Liberation as the content of theology. Liberation and black theology. Black theology and the black community. Black theology as survival theology. Black theology as passionate language -- 2. The sources and norm of black theology. The function of the sources and norm. The sources of black theology. The norm of black theology -- 3. The meaning of revelation. Revelation and American theology. The biblical view of revelation. General and special revelation. Bultmann's view of New Testament revelation -- 4. God in black theology. Must we discard God-language? Hermeneutical principle for the doctrine of God. New wine in new wineskins. God is black. The love and righteousness of God. Traditional theological language and the black God -- 5. The human being in black theology. American theology, existentialism, and black theology. The human being as endowed with freedom. The human being as a fallen creature -- 6. Jesus Christ in black theology. The historical Jesus and black theology. The character of the New Testament Jesus. The black Christ. The kingdom of God and the black Christ. -- 7. Church, world, and eschatology in black theology. The church. The world. Eschatology.

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