The Politics of JesAos is a powerful new search for Jesus from the margins. Highlighting the oppression inherent in the dominant image of Jesus, the book rejects Jesus for JesAosaa symbol of liberation that connects with Latino/as and other marginalized groups. This provocative book moves the study of JesAos into the global present.All too often, those in power define love as either paternalistic or as atougha love, thus masking their self-interest, ... States by its social structures is to serve us as a guide in answering this question, then the answer is obviously no. ... Love must be mutual. ... The apostle Juan, while exiled on the island of Patmos, writes a letter to the Christians of this church, accusing them of being neither cold nor hot.
|Title||:||The Politics of Jesús|
|Author||:||Miguel A. De La Torre, professor of Social Ethics and Latino/a Studies|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-06-10|