Justice in An Unjust World: Foundations for a Christian Approach to Justice

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Index
Abram, 94-95
Absalom, 41
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 39
African National Congress, 20
Ahab, 80-81, 104, 109-119
Ali, Muhammed, 102
Amnon, 40-41
Amos, 87, 116
Anarchy, State, and Utopia, 52
Antonio, Pablo, 79
Apartheid. See South Africa
Archdiocese of New York, 113-114
Baez, Joan, 13
Barth, Karl, 74
Bathsheba, 108-109
Beatitudes, 74
Bible. See Scripture
Blacks: in South Africa (see South Africa); in United States, 10, 12, 18-20, 39, 113-114
Boerma, Conrad, 81, 115, 132
Boesak, Allen Aubrey, 59, 126
Bonino, Jose Miguez, 59, 150
Brady, Anne Hazelwood, 56
Brown, Robert McAfee, 98
Brueggemann, Walter, 55
Brunner, Emil, 155
Bultmann, Rudolf, 47
CML Group, 137-139
Camara, Dom Helder, 132, 141
Cardenal, Ernesto, 24, 33-34, 71, 73, 133-134
Casalis, Georges, 92
Chisholm, Betty, 137, 140, 145
Cleveland, Frank, 35
Columbus, Christopher, 32
Communism, 43, 46
Comparative wealth, 118-119
Concilium, 130
Cone, James H., 35-36, 55, 78, 81, 89, 92, 94
Contras, 21, 26, 34, 43-44, 49, 87, 91-92; see also Nicaragua
Covenant, 84-85, 125, 151, 155, 158
Covenant Code, 63, 123
Dangerous memory, 100, 116
Daube, David, 110
David (king of Israel), 41, 108-113, 115-119
de Santa Ana, Julio, 26
Deuteronomic Code, 123
Donahue, John R., 82
Ducheneaux, Karen, 30
Duquoc, Christian, 78
Dussel, Enrique, 55, 78, 93, 131
Dutch Reformed Church, 40
Elijah, 80-81, 109-110, 112
El Salvador, 78-79
Epistemological privilege of the oppressed, 61, 107, 152, 159-160; see also Poor, preferential option for
Espinosa, Jose, 79
Esther, 91-92

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 5
  • Preface 7
  • Part One: Jeopardy 9
  • One - Rupture: the Reign of Injustice 10
  • Two - Rue: Christian Complicity 38
  • Three - Ruminations: on Ethical Method in an Unjust World 51
  • Part Two: Justice 69
  • Four - Righteousness: Injustice and God 70
  • Five - Resistance: Injustice and the Oppressed 86
  • Six - Redress: Injustice and the Oppressor 103
  • Part Three: Jubilee 121
  • Seven - Reclamation: Justice in an Unjust World 122
  • Eight - Renovation: from Injustice to Justice 136
  • Nine - Ramifications: Implications for a Theory of Justice 148
  • Notes 161
  • Index 189
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