- What are the ethical bases of action for contemporary activists and theologians in these traditions, and have these changed with political circumstances?; and
- Are there ethical and practical connections between contemporary religious
humanitarianism and liberation theology, and can they provide us with a coherent
ethic of action to relieve suffering and reduce violence in the world?
These questions are analyzed in light of current theological conceptions of evil, religious pluralism, and the uneasy boundaries between violence and nonviolence.
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