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The Violence of Love Paper The reason for this particular essay is not to persuade the minds of its subscribers. However, what I really do need to do is present to the readers the philosophical words and powerful confidence of Archbishop Romero. First I will give a short but detailed introduction of Archbishop Oscar before explaining why I feel Oscar Romero about previous class lectures, group discussions along with the book "The Violence of Love" by James Brockman; is a moral prophet in the tradition of Hebrew prophecy at the eighth century B.C.E. I will also discuss and outline three elements of prophecy that I feel applied to Romero's courageous role in life through his period. Lastly I will include a subjective response around a select couple of quotations by Archbishop Romero and talk how his hard and demanding words altered the way I see ministry now. Oscar Romero was born August 15, 1917 in Ciudad Barrios, El Salvador. Romero became a carpenter when he was 13, but Romero's apprenticeship in carpentry didn't last long because Romero had a strong calling to function as a Catholic priest. In age 14, Romero left home and entered seminary school where he studied in El Salvador and Rome and became ordained in 1942. Romero spent the first two years of his ministerial career in San Miguel as a parish priest and diocesan secretary. In 1970 he served four years as the auxiliary bishop of San Salvador until the Vatican appointed him that the diocese at Santiago de Maria, a poor place that comprised his childhood hometown. In 1977 Romero returned to San Salvador to succeed the aging metropolitan archbishop (2014). In 1977 he returned to the funding to succeed San Salvador's aged metropolitan archbishop. Romero's prominence...