Marx and the Bible: A Critique of the Philosophy of Oppression

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, Jan 23, 2004 - Religion - 360 pages
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Contents

Chapter One Private Ownership Under Challenge
1
Chapter Two The God of the Bible
35
Chapter Three Gods Intervention in History
77
Chapter Four Law and Civilization
109
Chapter Five Faith and Dialectics
201

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Jose Porfirio Miranda studied economics at the Universities of Munich and Munster and received his licentiate in Biblical Sciences from the Biblical Institute in Rome in 1967. He served as Professor of Mathematics at the Instituto de Ciencias and Professor of Economic Theory at the Instituto Tecnologico in Guadalajara, Professor of Philosophy at the Instituto Regional (Chihuahua), Professor of the Philosophy of Law at the National University and Professor of Exegesis at the Instituto Libre de Filosofia, both in Mexico City.

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