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CONTENTS List of Contributors v Introduction ix PART I: NATIONS AND RECONCILIATION 1. Truth and Reconciliation- Hope for the Nations or 1 Only as Much as is Possible? Iain S. Maclean 2. The Mesa de Di logo and the Fate of The 39 Disappeared in Chile 1999-2000: National Forgiveness Without Political Truth? Mario Aguilar 3. Unspeakable Violence: The UN Truth 55 Commissions in El Salvador and Guatemala David Tombs 4. The Maya 'Greening Road' and Globalization: 85 The Pan-Mayan Movement as Transmodern Paradigm Brett Greider 5. Reinventing Life and Hope Coming to Terms 111 with Truth and Reconciliation - Brazilian Style Margaret E. Guider PART II: CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS RECONCILIATION 6. The Theme of Reconciliation in Theology in 133 Latin America José Comblin 7. Social Sin: Social Reconciliation? 169 Margaret Pfeil PART III: NATIONS & CHURCHES IN THE FUTURE 8. Living in the Wake of the Truth and 189 Reconciliation Commission: A Retroactive Reflection Charles Villa-Vicencio 9. Truth and Reconciliation: From Chile To 203 South Africa Michael Battle 10. Reconciliation as a Contested Future: 223 Decolonization as Project or Beyond the Paradigm of War Nelson Maldonado-Torres Bibliography 245 Primary Literature 245 Commission Reports 245 Church Documents 246 Other Reports 248 Dissertations and Speeches 249 Secondary Literature 249
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Christianity and politics -- Latin America.
Church and state -- Latin America.
Reconciliation -- Political aspects -- Latin America.
Christianity and culture -- Latin America.