These are notes from my own study of the timeline of emerging liberation theologies alongside other decolonial projects. It’s a work in progress, helping me to delineate who said what and when, and how the ideas and practice deepened and widened in conversations.
The year 1975.
- Biographical Notes
- Background Information
- Bonino, Jose Miguez – Doing Theology in a Revolutionary Situation (Argentina)
- Cone, Cecil – The Identity Crisis in Black Theology
- Cone, James H. – God of the Oppressed
- Gollwitzer, Helmut – “Why Black Theology?” Union Seminary Quarterly Review 31/01 Fall: 41
- Tese, Nyeme – Munga. Ethique en un milieu africain. Gentilisme et christianisme. (Rome, Italy)
- The Journal of Religious Thought, 32, No. 2 (Fall-Winter) includes Mbiti, Sawyerr, Fashole-Luke, Dickson, Tutu. Cf. previous year’s consultation, 1974.
– Tutu, D. – “Black Theology, African Theology: Soulmates or Antagonists?”
- Pope Paul VI – “On Evangelization in the Modern World” (December 8, 1975)