Consider Jesus by Elizabeth A. Johnson
Jesus Christ and Justice
Chapter 5 Abstract
This chapter aims to ponder the pressing needs of the modern age coupled with the character of post Vatican II theology, which led Christology into immediate contact with issues of discipleship. While considering the different perceptions of Jesus Christ in the world today, Elizabeth A. Johnson considers the crucified Jesus as significant for the liberation of the whole world from injustices and not isolated individuals.
The differences in the articulation of the significance of Jesus led to pluralism and therefore, experiences born from the experience of ...