Here is my third paper. This time I'm just going to post the pdf as it the formatting never works right when I try copy it to a post. You can download it here.
Oh here at least is the title and first paragraph. It's a lengthy title for such a short paragraph. ANd to be honest, I think it's a pretty crappy paper.
UNDERSTANDING IGNACIO ELLACURIA'S LIBERATION
THEOLOGY THROUGH THE LENSE OF MEL GIBSON'S BRAVEHEART AND THE
PASSION OF THE CHRIST
In both of Mel Gibson's films, Braveheart and The Passion of the Christ, the protagonist is portrayed as a hero who is unjustly tortured and killed by his oppressors, and yet is triumphantly resurrected in the final scene of the move. While the first film is about the 13th century Scottish rebel William Wallace and the latter film is about Jesus of Nazareth, it is the former and not the latter that better represents the historical Christ of Ignacio Ellacuria's liberation theology. Through a comparison of the films, we can see and understand the role of historical salvation, death, and resurrection in Ellacuria's theology.