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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Cardenal served as minister of culture in the government organized after the ouster of Anastasio Somoza in Nicaragua. Influenced heavily by Thomas Merton, by his residence in the Trappist community of Gethsemane, Kentucky, by English and American poetry, Christianity, and the fact of social injustice, Cardenal consciously writes antirhetorical and often didactic poetry.

El evangelio en Solentiname, Volume 3 Snippet view – The Gospel in Solentiname is a collection of dialogues or commentaries on the Gospels. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


The Gospel in Solentiname by Ernesto Cardenal”. These discussions became a way to address issues such as class conflict and government suppression through gospel-centred discussions, analysis, and action.

El Evangelio en Solentiname is a collection of commentary on the Christian gospelswritten by Ernesto Cardenal. The Gospel in Solentiname. This article about a book related to Christianity is a stub. The Gospel in Solentiname Spanish: My library Help Advanced Book Search.

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Wipf and Stock Publishers. His poetry is the expression of tension between his faith and a strongly rooted sense of reality and the need for drastic change.

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Zero Hour details the existence of tyranny in America; the Psalms are a rewriting of the biblical Psalms of David for a modern world. Translated by Walsh, Donald D. El Evangelio en Solentiname, Volume 2 Snippet view – Retrieved 4 March Orphaned articles from November All orphaned articles Articles containing Spanish-language text Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from March All articles needing additional references Articles needing additional references from March Use British English Oxford spelling from March Use dmy dates from March All stub articles.


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An ordained priest who lives in Solentiname, a community that he founded, and a member of the Nicaraguan cabinet, Ernesto Cardenal is Latin America’s best known exponent of what might be called the literature of the theology of liberation. Frequently, he uses other sources: From inside the book. No eBook available Amazon. This article is an orphanas no other articles link to it.

Other editions – View all El evangelio en solentiname, Volume 1 Snippet view – Cardenal held these discussions during the peak of the Cold Warwhen Nicaragua was ruled by the Somoza dictatorship. Books portal Christianity portal Socialism portal.