Rooted in Jesus Christ: Toward a Radical Ecclesiology
Offers a Christian proposal for radical social transformation. / Daniel Izuzquiza here proposes a vibrant interdisciplinary theology from the unique perspective of the "least of these" the poor and extends an invitation to mystical, political, and ecclesial engagement. / In Rooted in Jesus Christ Izuzquiza analyzes the language of theology, the role of social sciences, the...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
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reading for a 3500word comparative review along with exploring ecclesiology. A Spanish Jesuit Izuzquiza combines liberationist and Yoderian theologies... I'm not sure where he goes yet but he is interesting. He's a bit formal and stuff at the outset and in the conclusion. I'm guessing its a cultural thing (Spanish/European? or Jesuit?) but he comes across as overly straightforward or confident. So, well, notice the tone. I really like it so far. Its fairly dense reading.