I wanted to make a shameless plug for a class I’m teaching at First Presbyterian Church in Arlington, VA on liberation theology. The class starts next Sunday on January 15th from 9:45-10:45, and I anticipate the class will wind down by late April. We will be reading Elizabeth Johnson’s text Quest for the Living God. The text covers important theological developments from various perspectives: political, liberation, feminist, black/womanist, Hispanic, interreligious, process, and ecological. I also am planning on covering other liberation movements that Johnson fails to cover in her text, especially queer liberation theology and a liberation theology of disability. Let me know if you’re interested and I can provide you with more information. Anyone in the DC area is welcome to attend.
Class on Liberation Theology
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I'm a twenty-three year old Texan who just moved from Austin to Washington DC. I created this blog as I begin my graduates studies in clinical psychology from a psychoanalytic perspective. Since I'm no longer able to study philosophy and theology in a formal setting, I've decided to humor myself with this blog. Also, here's my virtual library if you're interested: http://tinyurl.com/lubc4b View all posts by Jeremy