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Becoming agents for change

The Revd Chris Howson draws on the theology of liberation to present a model for social action

Becoming agents for change

Let me make an admission. I like change. I want change to happen. I think we all need to be 'born again' and made afresh. This is not borne out of some narrow charismatic evangelicalism, but from a strong commitment to the theology of liberation. For a liberationist, society needs to change. When we see the world around us and compare it to the vision of the 'reign of God', i.e. a place of justice, love and peace, then we know there is a long journey ahead.

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