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ARCE ESCOBAR, Viviana. The Bible as a Source for Political Thought in Sermons in New Granada, 1808-1821. CS [online]. 2012, n.9, pp.273-307. ISSN 2011-0324.  http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/recs.i9.1223.

In the era of New Granada's fight for independence, the clergy participated in the struggle through means of their words. In their sermons they expressed their political opinions in favor of or against the new order. In order to validate their statements, they turned principally to the Bible as a source for argumentation and for truth. This article analyzes the Holy Scriptures as an ecclesiastical resource that served to legitimize or desacralize the regime change. In order to do this, the authors study the biblical references that appear in the sermons of New Granada and attempt to approach the thematic context of the Bible.

Palabras clave : Sermon; Bible; Royal power; Repbulic; Sovereignty.

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