This study examines the recent work of Latin American liberation theologian Juan Luis Segundo. The author evaluates Segundo's resources in order to develop a more adequate contemporary Christological method. Stone offers to Christian systematic theology new critical interpretations of the significance of Jesus for human liberation today. Contents: INTRODUCTION: The Problem of Method in Contemporary Christology; The Nature and Task of Christology; The Situation in Liberation Theology; PART I. Segundo's Christology; The Dimension of Praxis: Faith and Ideologies; Jesus and History; The Evolutionary "Key" to Christology; PART II. A Critical Appraisal of Segundo's Christology; Faith, Metaphysics and Praxis; Faith and History; Evolution and "Effective Faith"; PART III. Toward an Alternative Liberation Christology; Jesus and Evolution.