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Title: A grammar of justice : the legacy of Ignacio Ellacuria [Book Review]
Authors: Berry, John Anthony
Keywords: Books -- Reviews
Ellacuria, Ignacio, 1930-1989
Christianity and justice -- Catholic Church
Liberation theology
Theology -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Berry, J. A. (2016). Review of the book: A grammar of justice: the legacy of Ignacio Ellacuria, by J. M. Ashley, K.F. Burke & R. Cardenal (Eds.). Melita Theologica, 66(1), 115–117.
Abstract: Faith is not simply a matter of the heart and the head. There is an often neglected side to it: the prophetic and liberating praxis of faith. This is the clarion call of the Jesuit priest Ignacio Ellacuría (1930–1989) for the creation of a just society in the world at large, but chiefly in El Salvador, that this book seeks to vindicate. Faith, in his eyes, is the favourable response to a stagnant social reality.
ISSN: 10129588
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 66, Issue 1 - 2016
MT - Volume 66, Issue 1 - 2016

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