NOTES ON LEONARDO BOFF AND THE FILIOQUE

Ernst M. Conradie

Abstract


There are a number of recent theological movements that tend to emphasise the
freedom of God’s Spirit to “blow wherever it wants to”. This contribution focuses
on the work of Leonardo Boff as a representative of two such movements, i.e.
liberation theology, and ecological theology. In particular, it investigates Boff’s
understanding of the work of God’s spirit as articulated in his recent book “Cry of
the Earth, cry of the poor” (1996).

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/79-0-768

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