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James Cone, the chief architect of Black Liberation Theology in his book A Black Theology of Liberation (1970), develops black theology as a system. In this new formulation, Christian theology is a theology of liberation -- "a rational study of the being of God in the world in light of the existential situation of an oppressed community, relating the forces of liberation to the essence of the gospel, which is Jesus Christ," writes Cone. Black consciousness and the black experience of oppression orient black liberation theology -- i.e., one of victimization from white oppression. One of the tasks of black theology, says Cone, is to analyze the nature of the gospel of Jesus Christ in light of the experience of oppressed blacks. For Cone, no theology is Christian theology unless it arises from oppressed communities and interprets Jesus' work as that of liberation. Christian theology is understood in terms of systemic and structural relationships between two main groups: victims (the oppressed) and victimizers (oppressors). In Cone's context, writing in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the great event of Christ's liberation was freeing African Americans from the centuries-old tyranny of white racism and white oppression. American white theology, which Cone never clearly defines,but says is charged with having failed to help blacks in the struggle for liberation. Black theology exists because "white religionists" failed to relate the gospel of Jesus to the pain of being black in a white racist society.Tonight our panel will discuss" BLACK LIBERATION THEOLOGY" JOIN THE DISCUSSION 424-222-5255
As rioting erupts in the city of Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, the black church is struggling to find the right voice to speak for and to them. The younger generation does not want to hear the voices of yesterday and are yearning for fresh voices to speak to their angst and anger. One such voice is Jamal Bryant, Pastor of Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore. He has been pushed to the forefront of a growing Black Lives Matter movement. How can the black church help find and nurture the new prophetic voices of today? Is there a need for new prophetic voices or is it time for the black church to settle? Join Pastor Neal for this and other topics.
On Monday the New Republic Magazine released an essay from Dr. Michael Eric Dyson openly rebuking his former mentor and friend Dr. Cornel West. The article created a firestorm across social media as the two giants of black public intellectuals have been assailing each other primarily over their views of President Barack Obama. Both men have created a significant voice in the black world as scholars, prophets and commentators on the perils of the black world. How does this rift affect the black community and the black church? Is there room for black intellectuals in today's post modern world? To read the article visit herehttp://www.newrepublic.com/article/121550/cornel-wests-rise-fall-our-most-exciting-black-scholar-ghost. To learn more about Dr. Dyson visit www.michaelericdyson.com, to learn more about Dr. West visit
Jesus had loyal disciples who even after he died, rose from the dead and ascended into heaven, managed to keep his story alive through their gospel narratives. Fans of rapper and producer Kanye West seemingly now have the opportunity to do the same with the new Book of Yeezus. The Book of Yeezus: A Bible for the Modern Day, is being described as a novelty table book celebrating the grandeur of mega-icon Kanye West. It retells the book of Genesis replacing the word God with Kanye or Yeezus. It was deemed by it's creator in this manner: "This book wasn’t made to make fun at Kanye, or really even show or undying devotion towards him. Book of Yeezus is simply an exposition. It’s adding an original twist to something ancient and important in order to capture new meaning. We are trying to cast our spotlight towards the way cultural icons have come to be the contemporary spiritual figures in our information culture."
Pastor Neal discusses the issues of modern spirituality and the Black concept of God. Is this book blasphemous or revolutionary? What are the outlying implications of this book and the celebrity church star in the modern black religious experience?
Freddie Gray's Murder & The Extermination of Black People In AmeriKKKa: The Baltimore Uprising & What Must Be Done for and by the Victims of the Black-African Holocaust.
Dr. Alli Muhammad goes deep into the Freddie Gray's case and exposes the lies at the root. And deals with the answers and overall solution to the problem of Black genocide at the hands of agents of the state.
Baba Osagyefo Olugbala Revolutionary Goon, General Dr. Alli Muhammad M.S., PhD, MD AKA "Super Nigga". Fights for us on many battlefields he is our BOLD REVOLUTIONARY BLACK POWER WARRIOR GENERAL. Dr. Alli Muhammad is the Chief-General-In-Command of the RBPP, the General in Command of the Black Race, Community, Nation and movement. BLACK POWER!!!!!!
Rick’s guest today is University of Mississippi Professor Ronald Rychlak. He is coauthor of the new book Disinformation. Professor Rychlak coauthored the book with former Romanian intelligence chief General Ion Mihai Pacepa. General Pacepa said the Soviet KGB infiltrated the Roman Catholic Church with communist agents acting as priests, and by promoting Liberation Theology as a method to spread communism worldwide via churches. He also said the KGB infiltrated the World Council of Churches.
Thursday May 21, 2015
Professor Ronald Rychlak | Ole Miss School of Law
GIVING BACK THE RESPECT, PROTECTION, LIBERATION, & EDUCATION TO THE BLACK WOMAN.
Tonight Sat May 23, 2015 on "NU Day"
"Black Women and Girls Lives Matter" TOO Another murder of a Black woman by police in Atlanta and more reported rapes in Detroit. Why does this matter to so few on a national level? Learn more tonight about the "Black Women and Girls Lives" Too Rallies coming up in Newark, Baltimore, Mississippi, Philly, etc.
AND: Another cops gets off for murder.... What do you think about that ????
ALSO: Mumia Abu Jamal update
ALSO: "African Liberation Day" What does it mean to Africans in the US today? Are we ready for a Pan African Diasporic United Front? AND: Are we ready for the African Women's Army?
On the "LIVE LINE" Dr. Randy Short and Minister Malik Shabazz (From Detroit)
We have come to you to unseat the lies you've been told by this white supremist system we have come to you to open the closed minded amongst you We have come to you to unite our brothers and sisters by any means necessary! We have been scattered and exiled from each other by a system that has profited off of our pain and suffering! ENOUGH! now is the time of the Black Crusaders now is the time for WAKING UP now is the time for the TRUTH TO BE TOLD!!! join Bro. Ozzie and Bro. Corey as they bring you 120 minutes of Fire and thoughtful discussion! Bring it strong to the mic and keep it 100 because these BLACK CRUSADES are not for the Weak or Meek OUR TIME IS NOW! THE BLACK CRUSADERS ARE HERE!
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