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A Palestinian theology of liberation : the Bible, justice, and the Palestine-Israel conflict / Naim Stifan Ateek.

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  • ISBN: 9781626982604
  • ISBN: 1626982600
  • Physical Description: xix, 172 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Maryknoll, New York : Orbis Books, 2018.

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-161) and index.
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Liberation theology worldwide -- Who are the Palestinian Christians? -- The threefold Nakba -- Other historical events that led to the emergence of Palestinian liberation theology -- Reclaiming the humanity of Jesus -- Development of religious thought in the Old Testament -- Christ is the key -- Justice at the center -- The emergence of Sabeel and its friends -- The heart of faith and action in the twenty-first century.
Subject: Liberation theology > Palestine.
Arab-Israeli conflict.
Arab nationalism.
Jewish nationalism.
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Acknowledgments xiii
Foreword xv
Walter Brueggemann
Introduction 1(8)
1 Liberation Theology Worldwide
9(6)
History and Development
9(3)
How Does Liberation Theology Relate to Traditional Theology?
12(3)
2 Who Are the Palestinian Christians?
15(10)
The First Factor The Theological Controversies
17(2)
The Second Factor The Coming of Islam
19(1)
The Third Factor The Coming of the Crusades
19(1)
The Fourth Factor The Coming of the Protestants
20(1)
The Fifth Factor The Coming of the Zionists and the State of Israel
21(4)
3 The Threefold Nakba
25(6)
The Human Nakba
26(1)
The Identity Nakba
27(1)
The Faith Nakba
28(3)
4 Other Historical Events that Led to the Emergence of Palestinian Liberation Theology
31(10)
The Holocaust
32(2)
The War of 1967 and the Rise of Religious Zionism
34(2)
The First Intifada
36(5)
5 Reclaiming the Humanity of Jesus
41(6)
Jesus in Nazareth (Luke 4:18-19)
42(1)
The Unjust Judge (Luke 18:1-8)
43(1)
Jesus Christ as Our Hermeneutic
44(3)
6 Development of Religious Thought in the Old Testament
47(36)
God of Some or God of All
47(2)
Some Difficult Old Testament Texts
49(1)
A Demand for Ethnic Cleansing
49(1)
A Demand for Ethnic Annihilation
50(1)
A Vengeful God
51(1)
The Ultimate Enemy: Amalek
52(4)
Some Examples
56(2)
Bigotry and Racism
58(2)
Land for Some or Land for All
60(2)
A Theology that Transcends Leviticus
62(5)
Ezekiel Critiques Other Theologies of His Day
67(1)
How Does This Bear on the Palestinian Question?
68(1)
Jerusalem for Some or Jerusalem for All
68(3)
God of War or God of Peace
71(2)
Psalm 24
73(1)
Isaiah 42:13
73(1)
Psalm 68:21, 30
74(1)
Isaiah 2:2--5 (A Vision of Peace and Nonviolence)
74(1)
Micah 4:4--5 (A Vision of Peace and Interfaith)
75(1)
The Theology of Jonah
76(5)
Conclusion: Exclusive and Inclusive Theologies, Then and Now
81(2)
7 Christ Is the Key
83(22)
Expanding and Deepening the Understanding of God and Neighbor
83(7)
Jesus Reinterprets the Tradition
90(1)
The Gospel of Matthew
90(1)
The Gospel of Mark
91(1)
The Gospel of Luke
92(1)
Paul Reinterprets the Tradition
93(1)
Galatians 3:6-9
94(1)
Galatians 3:15-18, 22
94(1)
Galatians 3:23-24, 26, 28-29; 4:6-7
94(1)
Romans 4:13-17
95(4)
John Reinterprets the Tradition
99(1)
Creation Is Reinterpreted in the Light of Christ
99(1)
Election Is Reinterpreted in the Light of Christ
99(2)
The Land Is Reinterpreted and Re-Directed in the Light of Christ
101(2)
Ritual Purity Is Revamped in the Light of Christ
103(1)
The Temple Is Made Redundant and a Different Temple Is Built
103(1)
Gods Inclusive Love Is Extended to the Whole World through Christ
104(1)
8 Justice at the Center
105(18)
New Threats and Dangers in Israel
106(2)
New Israeli Myths
108(2)
Threats in Palestine
110(1)
Resolving the Conflict
111(1)
Just Solutions?
111(4)
Jerusalem
115(2)
A Plea for a Strategy of Nonviolence
117(2)
Seven Dimensions of Justice
119(2)
The Peace Circle
121(2)
9 The Emergence of Sabeel and Its Friends
123(16)
Background
123(1)
Archbishop Joseph Raya
124(1)
Archbishop Elias Chacour
125(1)
Indigenization of Church Leaderships
126(1)
Palestinian Liberation Theology
126(1)
Kairos Palestine
127(2)
The Sabeel Center and Its Friends
129(2)
Friends of Sabeel (IFOS and FOS)
131(1)
Friends of Sabeel North America (FOSNA)
132(1)
Friends of Sabeel UK
133(1)
Canadian Friends of Sabeel (CFOS)
134(1)
Friends of Sabeel in Scandinavia
134(1)
Friends of Sabeel Norway (FoSN)
135(1)
Friends of Sabeel Australia (FOS-AU)
135(1)
Friends of Sabeel Ireland
136(1)
Friends of Sabeel The Netherlands
136(1)
Friends of Sabeel Germany
137(1)
Friends of Sabeel France
137(2)
10 The Heart of Faith and Action in the Twenty-first Century
139(18)
What Is Palestinian Liberation Theology?
139(2)
The Word of God
141(1)
Three Essential Pillars for Resolving the Palestine/Israel Conflict
142(1)
The Heart of Religious Faith
143(1)
Who Is My Neighbor?
143(1)
Who Is Our God?
143(4)
The Hermeneutical Key
147(1)
No Substitute for Justice
147(2)
Sumood and Thabaat
149(1)
We Are Servants of God's Kingdom
150(3)
Resources
153(1)
Purpose Statement of Sabeel
153(1)
Sabeel Prayer
153(1)
Sabeel International Conferences and Related Publications
154(1)
Sabeel Publications
155(1)
Cornerstone
156(1)
Contemporary Way of the Cross
156(1)
The Wave of Prayer
156(1)
Bibliography 157(6)
Index 163


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