Liberating Exegesis: The Challenge of Liberation Theology to Biblical Studies
This important book provides a sampling of liberation theology's use of biblical texts, relating it to the "standard" methods of interpretation in Europe and America. Divided into four sections, the book sets out contemporary readings of the parable of Jesus influenced by a liberationist perspective; identifies the biblical and theoretical foundations of liberation theology, comparing them with the dominant exegetical paradigm in the first world; explores the way in which liberation exegesis affects reading the canonical accounts of Jesus; and argues that liberation theology cannot be seen solely as a third-world phenomenon.
SAMPLING LIBERATION EXEGESIS
THE FOUNDATION ANd form of LIBERATION
EXPLORING THE IMPLICATIONS OF LIBERATION
The Political Mark
The Problem of History and Eschatology