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    Title: 使者—新使者雜誌的解放神學脈絡與政治實踐
    Authors: 吳祈得
    Keywords: 新使者雜誌
    New Messenger Magazine
    Liberation Theology
    Political Involvement
    Presbyterian Church in Taiwan
    the spirit of the Student Christian Movement in Taiwan
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2015-08-17T08:52:58Z (UTC)
    Publisher: 台灣神學院
    Abstract: 新使者雜誌現為台灣基督長老教會總會屬下的事工,為雙月發行,不只長期影響台灣基督教發展,更是歷代長老教會青年和台灣社會的對話的紀錄窗台。因此,此篇論文研究主題為三:新使者雜誌的歷史發展嚴沿革、解放神學對其影響,以及政治關懷。




    The New Messenger Magazine is currently a ministry under the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan (PCT). It publishes bimonthly and influences not only the development of the Christian Church in Taiwan but records the generations of voices of the youth of PCT and of the Taiwanese society. Therefore, this essay seeks to present three themes: (1) the history and development of the New Messenger Magazine, (2) the influence of Liberation Theology upon it, and (3) its political involvement.

    The goal of this research is to find out how the theories of liberation theology actually influence the political involvement of the New Messenger Magazine. When liberation theology of Latin America was introduced in Taiwan, Taiwanese Christian students began to be influenced by it. This contributes to the democratization process of Taiwan. PCT has played a significant part in it. And the New Messenger Magazine is integral to the whole process. In the process of challenging the political powers and establishing a modern democratized society, liberation theology is combined with contextual theology, producing a contextualized liberation theology.

    By mapping out the dialogical interrelations between liberation theology and political involvement, the essay seeks to understand history, society, contexts and the people living in. When PCT is trying to step forward in its contextual theological thinking and move forward in its practice of faith in the political realms, these past discussions and records are vital in terms of their power to influence our experience and transforming into the power of action. By understating the past and the present, we can find out better which direction we should stride forward towards the kingdom of God.

    The first part of the essay divides the development of the New Messenger Magazine into three periods: Messenger Magazine period, New Publication period, and New Messenger Magazine period. It analyzes the articles about liberation theology and political involvement in these periods. The second part and third part quote and summarize key themes of liberation and political theology in the three periods and try to present the paradigm shifts in the periods to show the interrelations between the magazine and society.

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