A Theology of Liberation for Europe by Dorothee Soelle

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God sets out on the muddy roads of the slums of the subcontinent. The most important thing we should learn from liberation theology and its new hermeneutic is that theology is a second step. The first step is faith, effective love, action and engagement serving humankind.

Orchids are now grown for rich countries where corn and beans were planted in the past.

to read Dorothee Soelle's "A Theology of Liberation for Europe," click on

http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2010/05/399686.shtml

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Demandside posted: "Twenty years ago Dorothee Soelle warned of that totalitarian religion in North America, which is in power today. She spoke of "Christo-fascism" and meant the Christian garnishing or veiling of a capitalist system that goes along with murder, exploitation and destruction. "

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Christianity, as a whole, has little in common with the teachings of Christ.

On one hand, we have the COMMAND, "tend the sick". On the other hand, 45,000 Americans dying every year from lack of medical care....and Christians supporting the health care system that encourages it.

Christianity, as a whole, has little in common with the teachings of Christ.

The COMMAND, love your enemy....gives way to" blow 'em up if they might be one."

Christianity, as a whole, has little in common with the teachings of Christ.

Retired Monk - "Ideology is a disease"

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