Category Archives: Liberation theology

30 minutes with Matthew Fox

http://www.kboo.fm/media/50610-way-god Paul O’Brien interviews Matthew Fox on his Pathways program broadcast on KBOO.fm. Matthew Fox is the author of the new book, A Way to God: Thomas Merton’s Creation Spirituality Journey. Thomas Merton was an American Catholic writer and mystic, … Continue reading

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Partially Examined Life – Kierkegaard on the Self, 32 min

A philosophy podcast & blog. Enjoy! http://www.partiallyexaminedlife.com/2010/11/21/episode-29-kierkegaard-on-the-self/ Discussing Soren Kierkegaard’s “The Sickness Unto Death” (1849). This is a 32-minute preview of our vintage 1 hr, 56-minute episode which you can buy at partiallyexaminedlife.com/store or get for free with PEL Citizenship … Continue reading

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Breaking the Frozen Soul

Here are several thoughts from philosophy and theology when the strong winds shake everything but the Wall Street banks. You can watch “Capitalism: A Love Song,” “We’re Not Broke,” “War Made Easy,” “Iraq for Sale,” “War on Whistleblowers,” “Fish Out … Continue reading

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Thy Kingdom Come by Friedrich Schorlemmer

Thy Kingdom Come by Friedrich Schorlemmer http://www.oocities.org/marc_batko/thykingdom.html Friedrich Schorlemmer was born in 1944 in Wittenburg. Since the beginning of the seventies, he was engaged in the peace- and environmental movements of the DDR (east Germany). From 1970 to 1978, Schorlemmer … Continue reading

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“Believing without Seeing” by Margot Kassmann, December 2003

http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2003/12/277205.shtml “Faith is a gift. But faith is also sought and gained by struggling with doubt. For the disciples or the people who want to follow Jesus today, faith is based on the venture of entrusting oneself.” Margot Kasemann is … Continue reading

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Bread of Life

. A Meditation by Christoph Fleischer, 2013, translated from the German BREAD OF LIFE Sermon on John 6, 47-51 by Christoph Fleischer [This sermon published on February 26, 2013 is translated from the German on the Internet, http://www.der-schwache-glaube.de/?p=1583.] “Truly, truly, … Continue reading

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Liberation Theology

author: Marc Batko email Marc Essay on Liberation Theology Liberation theology originating in Latin America was described by Gustavo Guiterrez in his seminal book “Theology of Liberation” (1970). The prophets in the Old Testament (or First Testament) and Jesus in … Continue reading

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Faith Heals Reason

author: Dorothee Soelle January 2012 e-mail:email Marc There is a beautiful fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen where the devil builds a mirror that distorts everything beautiful and good into nothing. The most glorious countrysides appear like boiled spinach, the … Continue reading

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