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Thursday, December 15, 2022

After 50 years, ‘liberation theology’ is still reshaping Catholicism

After 50 years, ‘liberation theology’ is still reshaping Catholicism and politics – but what is it?
The Conversation: Fifty years have passed since the landmark publication of the book most associated with liberation theology: “A Theology of Liberation,” by a Peruvian priest named Gustavo Gutiérrez.
Dig deeper when looking for your church’s racist or anti-racist history
Baptist News Global: Congregations seeking to cultivate anti-racist cultures and policies should continue digging through archives and local and national histories to discern their churches’ historic racial attitudes and practices — and not assume too much if nothing turns up.
The pitfalls of Christian celebrity: An interview with Katelyn Beaty
Religion & Politics: Author Katelyn Beaty argues in her new book, “Celebrities for Jesus: How Personas, Platforms, and Profits Are Hurting the Church,” that the very concept of celebrity is hurting evangelicalism by enabling abuses of power.
Who gets to live on the land?*
Christian Century: Historian Jo Guldi argues that land occupancy struggles aren’t just about fairness; they’re about humanity’s survival.
Historic façade must go, Middle Collegiate Church tells New York landmarks commission
Religion News Service: ‘The way to be in our neighborhood is to take down the façade and build something else,’ the Rev. Jacqui Lewis said in an interview.

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