lundi 20 septembre 2010

World Latin American Agenda 2011

Publication date: October 12, 2011
Note that this year the binding is once again with a SPIRAL (by popular demand).

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This Agenda offers a fairly complete catalogue of the various aspects of the theme: the history of religions and of atheism or unbelief; the difference and complementarity between spirituality and religion; religion that encourages and justifies wars; spiritualism, fundamentalism, and alienation, which have been denounced so many times in the past and yet persist even today; the need for interreligious dialogue; macroecumenicism; the transformation of power, of wealth, and of consumerism into sacred powers; the fall of old gods and their replacement by new ones; the need, the basic thirst, for answers to the major questioning of the human heart; the search for the meaning of one’s personal life and that of human society as a whole. After all the wars and inquisitions, we are beginning to ask whether a true religion can exist by attacking, closing in on itself, and forcing an assent of faith. All religions can be true and all can contain a great deal of falsehood.
Pedro Casaldáliga

dimanche 21 février 2010

Toward a Planetary Theology

NEW ! (now available)
A Theological Project Completed!
The fifth and last volume has just been published:
Toward A Planetary Theology
Along the Many Paths of God

A five volume collection series, edited by the Latin American Theological Commission of the Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT) and finally concluded by its International Theological Commission. The first and until now unique work addressing the cross-fertilization between Theology of Liberation and Theology of Pluralism

This volume includes reflections by M. Amaladoss (India), M. Barros (Brazil), A. Brighenti (Brazil), E.K-F. Chia (Malaysia), A. Egea (Spain), P.F. Knitter (USA), D.R. Loy (USA), L. Magesa (Tanzania), J. Neusner (USA), I.A. Omar (USA), T. Okure (Nigeria), R. Panikkar (India-Spain), P.C. Phan (Vietnam-USA), A. Pieris (Sri Lanka), R. Renshaw (Canada), J.A. Robles (Costa Rica), K.L. Seshagiri (USA), A.M.L. Soares (Brazil), F. Teixeira (Brazil) and is edited by edited by José María VIGIL

To order:
Canada: $20, United States: $24, Other countries: $25. All prices include surface shipping. Checks only: payable to Dunamis Publishers

The five volumes are:
I. Challenges of Religious Pluralism for Liberation Theology
II. Toward a Latin American Theology of Religious Pluralism
III. Latin American Pluralist Theology of Liberation
IV. International Pluralist Liberating Theology
and the last one now also appearing in English:
V. Toward a Planetary Theology

The three first volumes were published in English by LIT-Verlag, London, Berlin, Along the Many Paths of God, 288 pp. (

In Spanish: / )
In Portuguese: Edições Paulinas, São Paulo,
In Italian: Pazzini Editore, Rimini, Italia,

For further information:
Comisión Teológica Latinoamericana de ASETT
and the International Theological Commission of EATWOT