Right Wing Reverend: Black Liberation Theology’s Starting Point

  

In this episode the Right Wing Reverend explains how a theology was developed that would speak to African Americans. Black liberation theologian James Cone begins with the person of Jesus and starts from a new starting point, from the perspective of the person at the bottom. The meaning of hope and change from this perspective will then be defined in a way contrary to orthodox Christianity.



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