Psychological considerations3 in a similar vein, father6 finally, karl rahner's influential programmatic essay on 1 for a typical exampleludwi , see g ottfundamentals of catholic dogma, 6thed sis is also notable in some approaches to liberation theology15 and in. Option 2 – contemporary christology – liberation theology using a current social issue or concern, discuss how this christology throws light on the issue you have chosen since vatican ii much attention has been given to liberation theology liberation theology is concerned with justice. Feminist liberation theology arises out of the recognition of the suffering of a particular oppressed group, in this case women consciousness of the ways women are perpetually relegated to second class citizenship in society and church, in contrast to women’s essential human dignity, gives rise to outrage: this should not be this is against the will of god.
Feminist liberation christology searches in christology for ways to liberate women, and they have found ways in jesus’ ministry, death, and resurrection, and the tradition of wisdom christology • jesus’ preaching proclaims justice and peace for all people, inclusive of women. Jesus was both a human being and god this essay will discuss the biblical basis for jesus’ humanity and deity it will also explain how jesus can be god and man at the same time and what that means. Short essay on christology two men approach me and claim that jesus christ was a man, but denied his deity if i were to show them the truth, i would have to explain the biblical basis of jesus' humanity, deity, explain how he can be both man and god, and explain what this all means to me.
Similar to liberation christology, in which poor and oppressed have a unique theological interpretation, in feminist theology the dominated group is women who begin to take part in the debate from their unique perspective. Liberation christology raised awareness of oppression issues, but did not provide a means to address them that christians could easily use this essay commences with an overview of the historical development of liberation theology. Similar to liberation christology, in which poor and oppressed have a unique theological interpretation, in feminist theology the dominated group is women who begin to take part in the debate from their unique perspective there are two main categories of feminist theology the first is revolutionary feminist theology.
Christology from the perspective of the african american and insights gained in understanding black theology from the viewpoints of african american theologians and scholars. Many scholars refer to christology as the branch of theology that seeks to explain the saving work or christ from the approach of describing who the person, jesus was in traditional christian theology christology logically precedes soteriology, the doctrine that deals with christ’s saving work.
Christology from the perspective of the african american christology from the perspective of the african american and insights gained in understanding black theology from the viewpoints of african american theologians and scholars elaine a crawford in her essay “womanist christology: where have we come from and where are we. This essay will argue that this approach resulted in a christology that challenged christians to address oppression, but not in the way that liberation theology advocated, because liberation christology presented a christ that was outside orthodox understandings of him. In this essay we will focus on some of the significant issues of christology, such as jesus’ humanity and deity, the hypostatic union, and the biblical basis for such issues many people get confused and have a hard time with the concept of jesus being both man and god at the same time.