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Author Miranda, José Porfirio.

Title Marx and the Bible : a critique of the philosophy of oppression. / Translated by John Eagleson
Published Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, [1974]

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Description xxi, 338 pages ; 23 cm
Contents 1. Private ownership under challenge -- Distribution of income -- Differentiating ownership -- Biblical and patristic testimony -- Legitimacy of the wage system? -- Consequences for the theory of law -- 2. The God of the Bible -- The prohibition of images of Yahweh -- To know Yahweh -- The reason for anticultus -- Knowledge and praxis
3. God's intervention in history -- The God of the Exodus -- The plan of Yahweh -- 4. Law and civilization -- Judgment or justice? -- The law -- Civilization -- The prophets and Paul, the true message of the Letter to the Romans -- 5. Faith and dialectics -- The faith of the Bible -- In the historical Jesus, in the gospels, in Romans -- The kingdom. The Spirit of God -- Dialectics of the faith -- Glory according to the old and New Testaments. Present and future. Messianism. Western scientific stubbornness -- Marx and dialectics -- Historical meaning and eschaton. All-embracing civilization. Against the philosophy of oppression and the unchangeability of nature. The new man. The dialectical mind vs. Greek contemplation. Economics and philosophy
Notes Bibliography: p 301-312 Translation of Marx y la Biblia. Donated by Fr Noel Ryan, S. J
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 301-312
Notes Translated by John Eagleson from the Spanish
Subject Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Communism and religion.
Author Eagleson, John.
LC no. 73089053
ISBN 0883443066
0883443074 (paperback)
Other Titles Marx y la Biblia. English