The Doctrine of Sin, Salvation, Church, and Eschatology in Black Liberation Theology

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According to James Cone, sin is when man denies the essence of God’s liberating activity as revealed in Jesus Christ, etc. Can you guess the views of salvation, church, and eschatology using what we have covered up to this point? Listen as the Right Wing Reverend explains these doctrines of black liberation theology and note how they differ from orthodox Christianity.

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The Doctrine of God in Black Liberation Theology

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According to James Cone, just as God, Yahweh, delivered the ancient Hebrews from oppression under the Egyptians, the god of black liberation theology is working for the deliverance of oppressed blacks in 21st century America. This god who identifies with oppressed blacks is spoken of as black. This god is not the God of orthodox Christianity. Listen as the Right Wing Reverend explains.

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Black Liberation Theology’s Ultimate Goal

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All that black liberation theology wants is “freedom” and “justice” for the oppressed, and they turn to Scripture for support. Black poverty, for example, is attributed to injustice, not personal responsibility, such as laziness. Authentic “love” is not a helping hand or giving to those in need, but a redistribution of power (i.e. wealth) that empowers blacks. Rather, “love” enables the oppressed to seek and achieve social and economic freedom and justice. The Right Wing Reverend detects Marxist philosophy, not ...

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