"CENTRADO EN JESÚS: Teología Contextual"
Publication language: Spanish
Translation of the title into English: Centered on Jesus: Contextual Theology.
This book gathers essays that the author has written during his pilgrimage in Latin American. It addresses themes, including, Latin Americans concept of God, a rereading of Galatians, perspectives on bounded, fuzzy, and centered churches, a new perspectives on human suffering and the wrath of God, the cross as liberation from shame, and non-violent atonement. Baker presents Jesus as the fullest revelation of God and a paradigm of an authentic humanness.
Marcos Baker is a Theologian and Professor at Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary. Author of books like "¡Basta de Religión!", "¿Dios de ira o Dios de Amor?", and of the CBI Galatians, all published in Argentina. He is also the author of several books in English, on similar themes. He regularly visits Latin America collaborating with communities and institutions that address the need to work on the basis of a church that thinks and lives in the grace and freedom of the Cross.