James Cone Founder of Black Liberation Theology.  NPR makes it sound mild.....

Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words

Cash Us King (f.k.a. Co$$) "Black Liberation Theology" [UNCENSORED]  Black Liberation Theology is about more than just the liberation of the African American people; it's about liberation for ALL PEOPLE. If one group is oppressed, none of us are free. This song reflects a philosophy and lifestyle that rallies for freedom of the mind, freedom of the body, and freedom of the soul: the FREEDOM to be yourself despite social/political pressures to conform with a status quo that encourages…

Cash Us King (f.k.a. Co$$) "Black Liberation Theology" [UNCENSORED] Black Liberation Theology is about more than just the liberation of the African American people; it's about liberation for ALL PEOPLE. If one group is oppressed, none of us are free. This song reflects a philosophy and lifestyle that rallies for freedom of the mind, freedom of the body, and freedom of the soul: the FREEDOM to be yourself despite social/political pressures to conform with a status quo that encourages…

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Liberation Theology (1968) | Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words : NPR

Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words

Liberation Theology (1968) | Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words : NPR

Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words    March 31, 200810:59 AM ET

Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words

Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words March 31, 200810:59 AM ET

James Cone-  Founder of black liberation theology. James Cone is the father of it all. We can only wonder how many people have been killed by followers of black liberation theology, which Cone invented. Cone was a Professor of Systematic Theology at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He regards America as an irredeemably racist nation.

James Cone- Founder of black liberation theology. James Cone is the father of it all. We can only wonder how many people have been killed by followers of black liberation theology, which Cone invented. Cone was a Professor of Systematic Theology at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He regards America as an irredeemably racist nation.

James H. Cone (born August 5, 1938), is widely known as the father of Black Liberation Theology and is currently an ordained AME minister and professor of system theology at Union Theological Seminary. His theology grew out of the disconnect he observed in graduate school between the white theologians he studied and the realities of everyday life in Black America at the height of the Civil Rights Movement. He has written twelve books to date, including The Cross and the Lynching Tree (2014).

James H. Cone (born August 5, 1938), is widely known as the father of Black Liberation Theology and is currently an ordained AME minister and professor of system theology at Union Theological Seminary. His theology grew out of the disconnect he observed in graduate school between the white theologians he studied and the realities of everyday life in Black America at the height of the Civil Rights Movement. He has written twelve books to date, including The Cross and the Lynching Tree (2014).

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