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Molly Crawford

Molly Crawford is a doctoral student in theology at Fordham University. Her research theorizes eschatology through the lens of decolonial and liberation theology. She is particularly interested in the intersection of Christianity and Colonialism, and the history, mission, and labor practices of Jesuit Education.


In the Absence of a Liberating God – 50 years after A Theology of Liberation

Fifty years after the publication of Gustavo Gutiérrez’s A Theology of Liberation, what, if any, relevance does Christian liberation theology and Gutiérrez’s work have for our present moment? Do we still have a memory of a liberating God? And if not, is there a liberative power in grappling with the absence of this memory?