In fact, it's not about God, Jesus Christ, Christianity or any other religion.
Seen in this light, "blackness" can be attributed to people who do not have black skin but who do work for the liberation of African Americans.
While I do not hold to this view of theology, it did help me understand this viewpoint much better than before.
Some believe the liberation theology was commenced in South America by the Soviet dezinformatsiya to promote their leftist "liberation" groups about the same time they had... Read morePublished 6 months ago by webrand
This book was shipped as fast as I could hav expected and I will shop with the seller again, soon.Published 11 months ago by Rev. Marcus C. VanLeer
This book, in my understanding, was one of the first and most important attempts at putting down on paper a cohesive black liberation theology. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Joe
James Cone is one of the big heavies in Black Liberation Theology. It's kind of an offshoot of Liberation Theology, made popular in South America, which began when South American... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Cody Cook
This book was very well written. It was very informative. The shipper shipped the package quickly. My mother was required to read this for a theology class that she is takingPublished on December 17, 2011 by isiskia
I would recommend all Christians to read this book. James Cone is a bold man, and his approach to this topic is worrying and even concerning. Read morePublished on October 7, 2011 by Forrester
My book came in on time and great condition, that's all the doctor ordered and that is all I needed.Published on September 6, 2011 by Nina
Dr. Cone is brilliant in his narrative, but be prepared to deal with his hostility towards Caucasian
Christianity. Read more
A Black Theology of Liberation offers a fine, classic text in black theology from a well-known theological voice in North America. Read morePublished on February 13, 2011 by Midwest Book Review