Theologian endorses `option for losers'

April 1996
Christian Century;4/17/96, Vol. 113 Issue 13, p426
Reports on pastoral theology professor Paul Zulehner's call to churches to undertake a rethinking of the social priorities by replacing emphasis on `the poor' with a concern for those marginalized by modern society. Description of the outdated idea of an `option for the poor.'


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