All Blog Posts With Tag: James H. Cone

Bibliolatry is prevalent in America (and many other parts of the world), and bibliolatry happens when the bible is turned into an idol. The Heidelberg Catechism defines Idolatry as "having or inventing something in which to put our trust instead of, or in addition to, the only true God who […]
James H. Cone defines the Gospel of Jesus Christ in terms of liberation theology. According to Cone, the Gospel is not an abstract idea or spiritual truth that applies to all people indiscriminately—both victims and victimizers alike—because God specifically sides with the oppressed, and the Gospel is the liberation of […]
Karl Barth with Martin Luther King, Princeton, 1962 (source: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s (1929—1968) birthday was January 15, 1929 and he would have been 86 years old, if he had lived until today. MLK was assassinated on Thursday, April 4, 1968 when he was 39 years old in the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, […]
Pharoah's Amry Engulfed by the Red Sea by Frederick Arthur Bridgman (source: wikipedia) Liberation Theology is at the heart of the Gospel, and is the task of setting captives free of bondage. Deliverance from slavery is the constant theme from the beginning of the Bible and throughout Church History until today. […]