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Read the editorial: Human Security
Part One: Foundations
Making Human Security Ethically Positive and Politically Usable
‘A Mighty Fortress is our God’: The Needs and Limits of Security
REGINA AMMICHT QUINN
Part Two: Theological Perspectives
Between Fear and Abundance: Towards a Theology of the Need for Security
‘The Harvest of Righteousness is Peace and Security for Ever’ (Isa 32.17). Individual and Collective Security in the Light of the Hebrew Bible
Church and Security in Argentina: The Vicissitudes of a Controversial Link
MATÍAS OMAR RUZ
Part Three: Insecurity, Poverty and Violence
An Emerging Theology of Human Security: The Philippine Context
JOJO M. FUNG
Forcible Displacement in Colombia: the Complete Loss of All Assurance
Insecurity & Violence and Impact on Human Security
From Modest Security to Insecure Freedom
Rethinking Human Security in the Korean Peninsula: Practicing Just Peace
JUDE LAL FERNANDO
Part Four: Theological Forum
In Memory of Ruth Pfau
Claude Geffré O.P., 1926-2017
Gregory Baum: Pioneer of Ecumenism and Dialogue (1923-2017)
SOLANGE LEFEBVRE & DAVID SELJAK
Concilium is currently published in six languages and can claim to be the most-widely read theological journal in the world.
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