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Juan Pablo Aranda Vargas
UPAEP
México
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2691-2588
Núm. 27 (2022), Artículos, Páginas 19-44
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/Metyper.2022.vi27.13523
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Los años posteriores al Concilio Vaticano II vieron una explosión de imaginación teopolítica defendiendo posturas radicales tanto conservadoras como progresistas. Este artículo estudia dos de estos experimentos, a saber, el rechazo del Concilio por parte de Marcel Lefebvre y el anhelo de la teología de la liberación de una solución, aquí y ahora, de la pobreza, entendida como signo del Reino. Afirmo que ambos ejemplos comparten una idea fundamental, a saber, su anhelo de una repolitización de la iglesia, una confusión entre el eje inmanente y trascendente de la existencia humana. Sugiero que lo que la iglesia experimentó en la década de 1960 es análogo a nuestra situación política, en la que los ciudadanos están cada vez más decepcionados con las democracias, y por ello se ponen del lado de políticas populistas radicales que utilizan el lenguaje religioso para justificar sus programas.

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