‘Prophetic Mission’ by Gary James


The advent of “Black Theology” in the wake of the civil rights and black power socio-political movements in America, as well as liberation struggles in South America and Africa advanced several relevant questions.

We reference a book authored by James H. Cone, entitled “A Black Theology of Liberation, and highlight experts from the preface of the 1970 edition. “The reader is entitled to know what to expect in this book. It is my contention that Christianity is essentially a religion of liberation. The function of theology is that of analyzing the meaning that liberation for the oppressed so they can know that their struggle for political, social and economic justice is consistent with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Any message that is not related to the liberation of the poor in a society is not Christ’s message. Any theology that is indifferent to the theme of liberation is not Christianity.”


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