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Title: Latin American Liberation Theology as a Decolonial Project?
Subtitle: Considering the Theological Approaches of Clodovis Boff and Ignacio Ellacuría
Author(s): DREXLER-DREIS, Joseph
Journal: Louvain Studies
Volume: 39    Issue: 3   Date: 2015-2016   
Pages: 218-239
DOI: 10.2143/LS.39.3.3170047

Abstract :
Although decolonial theorists doubt that liberation theologians have escaped Eurocentered knowledge frameworks, Ignacio Ellacuría has developed a theological approach that moves beyond Eurocentric criteria by uncovering the world of the poor as a formal object of theology and as the primary locus from which to speak about God. Ellacuría resists a tendency to develop an epistemology of liberation theology in reference to the criteria of theology as a discipline, as Clodovis Boff’s theological method does, and instead articulates a theological approach in light of the human experience of the encounter with God.

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