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Introduction: Expanding The View, p. xxiv - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Part 1, Theology And Liberation, p. 1 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Chapter One, Theology: A Critical reflection, p. 5 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Chapter Three, The problem, p. 31 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Chapter Five, Crisis Of the Distinction Of Planes Model, p. 40 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Chapter Seven, The Church In the Process of Liberation, p. 70 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Chapter Nine, Liberation And Salvation, p. 91-92 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Chapter Nine, Liberation And Salvation, p. 97 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Chapter Ten, Encountering God In History, p. 120 - A Theology of Liberation - 15th Anniversary Edition
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Bio: Gustavo Gutiérrez Merino, O.P., is a Peruvian theologian and Dominican priest regarded as the founder of Liberation Theology. He holds the John Cardinal O'Hara Professorship of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. He began studying in the faculty of medicine of the National University of San Marcos in Peru in order to become a psychiatrist, then he realized he wanted to become a priest.

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