Pentecost as A Graced-Gift of Disruption: What Can the Church and Society Learn from the Pentecost Experience?
Political Theology Today
by SimonMary Aihiokhai
6d ago
Pentecost experience offers a vision of surplus that allows all people to flourish because the source of meaning and purpose for each society is grounded in a God of surplus. Source ..read more
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Jesus as a Political Atheist
Political Theology Today
by Roberto Che Espinoza
1w ago
To think of this empire as anything other than wrapped up in mimesis is to think otherwise. This essay explores how mimesis has captured us all and conscripted us into its political ontology. This essay offers another way to consider being; another way to find ourselves with the introduction of Jesus as a Political Atheist. Source ..read more
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From the Archives: Apocalypse
Political Theology Today
by Announcements
1w ago
For the twenty-fifth anniversary of the journal Political Theology, we are diving into the journal’s archives to share highlights of what we have published. In this installment, here are some of the articles and blog posts we have published on questions of apocalypse and the apocalyptic. Source ..read more
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Gaza through a Mother’s Lens
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by Zahiye Kundos
1w ago
“Mami, when will the war on Gaza end?”... I know I should lie to my eight-year-old son like I used to. Source ..read more
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For Another Theology of Nature
Political Theology Today
by Michael Marder
2w ago
While, convinced that the thinking of nature reached its apogee in nineteenth-century German Naturphilosophie, philosophers and scholars in the humanities abandon it for being historically limited and treat it with disdain as an anachronistic remnant of hierarchical reasoning projected onto the world at large, new studies in theology show that nature is anything but an outdated concept. On the contrary, it breathes with the promise of a future, notably the future or the futures of the past, of what nature will have been. Source ..read more
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A Political Theology of Election(s)
Political Theology Today
by Raj Bharat Patta
2w ago
Despite meeting all the eligibility criteria, Peter and the men disciples did not regard the women and mother Mary to be considered for this new post of apostleship. They were looking to choose ‘one of the men’ who would meet the criteria. Source ..read more
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Between Anguish and Hope: A Response to Some Critical Re-visions of Liberation Theology
Political Theology Today
by Elizabeth O'Donnell Gandolfo
2w ago
Compost is a living,breathing site of transformation from death to new life. While the following insights from liberation theology may not be articulated in the same way today or fifty years hence, their molecular substructures live on in their fertilization of theological re-visionings that are born of struggle and affirm the liberating primacy of life, love, and solidarity. Source ..read more
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From the Archives: Zionism and Genocide
Political Theology Today
by Announcements
2w ago
For the twenty-fifth anniversary of the journal Political Theology, we are diving into the journal’s archives to share highlights of what we have published. In this installment, here are some of the articles and blog posts we have published on questions of apocalypse and the apocalyptic. Source ..read more
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Reimagined Victory
Political Theology Today
by Elizabeth Arnold
3w ago
John proclaims that our trust conquers the world and makes us victors…Trust implies relationship rather than transaction or exploitation. For John’s audience to be people who trust (and who are trustworthy) means for them to see others as people rather than problems. Source ..read more
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Sifting for God’s Will: Sketching Providence in the work of Gustavo Gutiérrez
Political Theology Today
by E. David de Leon
3w ago
The question then is not so much: “Can providence be liberative?” but rather, “How might liberation be understood as God’s providence?” Source ..read more
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