Adbusters, Issue 55: No Future

AB55: No Future
(September/October 2004)

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Adbusters is a not-for-profit, reader-supported journal involved in the erosion of our actual and cultural environments by way of advertisement forces. on account that 1989, the journal has been featured in 1000's of other and mainstream newspapers, magazines, tv and radio exhibits. identified all over the world for sparking Occupy Wall road, Adbusters can be liable for social media campaigns similar to purchase not anything Day and electronic Detox Week.

Included within the journal are incisive philosophical articles and activist remark, coupled with effect layout that seeks to unbound the normal journal layout. concerns correct to our modern second, akin to media focus, weather swap and genetically transformed meals are on a regular basis featured. We hunt down an international the place economic system and ecology exist in concord. via tough humans to develop into members instead of spectators, Adbusters takes target at company disinformation, worldwide injustice and the industries and governments who actively pollute and wreck our actual and psychological commons.

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In addition, however, the African heritage features prominently, including aspects of traditional African cultures and religions plus the lived experience of the African Church, particularly that of the AICs. Likewise contemporary realities in Africa—whether political, economic, or social—elicit serious reflection, thereby marking African Christologies. Corresponding to these sources, Christological methods currently evidence two main approaches: (1) from the Bible to the African context(s), or moving from the biblical material about Christ to address specific issues in Africa; and (2) from the African context(s) to Christology, drawing upon the specified African cultural background or contemporary context as the locus for Christological formulation.

Edited by Schreiter. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis. Alexandrian Theology The term “Alexandrian theology” is something of a shorthand expression. As used here, it refers to a vision of the person and work of Christ that was characteristic of, but not limited to, the thinkers and writers of the great city of Alexandria in the period between the beginning of the fourth century and the middle of the fifth. It was a crucial period in the development of classical Christological doctrine. In the last couple of decades of that period, the theology of Alexandria was locked in a bitter struggle with the rival theology of Antioch, a struggle that largely shaped the definition of the relation of the divine and human in Christ, which was to emerge from the Council of Chalcedon in 451.

Jesus as object of worship: what might this mean? How does it take place? ” 4. Jesus’ life: for recent discussions, see Topical List, scholars and subjects listed under Jesus: Life and Times. The article entitled Jesus as a Historical Figure makes a good starting place. See also Enlightenment. 5. Jesus’ “uniqueness”: there are other major faiths, related to Christianity in a range of ways. ” How should we think about this question? See Topical List: “Other Major Religions”; see also the article on Interfaith Thought and Relations.

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