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Liberation Theology: Barack Obama, Jeremiah Wright, Father Pfleger’s Liberation Theology.

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Is Liberation Theology Christian? What about Black Liberation theology?

Both of these heresies are communism. Liberation Theology originates in South America and was taught by Jesuit priests. It blames poverty on political structures rather than sin. It says if you have a revolution, you will be free.

The message is not Christian, plus you have to understand that the Jesuits were not founded to make the world come to Christ but for the world to be brought back to the Roman Catholic Church.

Can Obama deny Pfleger?

Christopher Hitchens’ latest column in Slate states: “In April 2004, Barack Obama told a reporter from the Chicago Sun-Times that he had three spiritual mentors or counselors: Jeremiah Wright, James Meeks, and Father Michael Pfleger–for a change of pace, a white Catholic preacher who has a close personal feeling for the man he calls (as does Obama) Minister Farrakhan.

Black Liberation theology is Just a spin on Marxist ideology to say that Blacks have been badly treated and we need a revolution.

Here is a good Joke about the Jesuits

Jesuits and Dominicans

A tired old joke that I’ve posted online a thousand times, but it is my favorite.

Two men considering a religious vocation were having a conversation. “What is similar about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders? ” the one asked.

The second replied, “Well, they were both founded by Spaniards — St. Dominic for the Dominicans, and St. Ignatius of Loyola for the Jesuits. They were also both founded to combat heresy — the Dominicans to fight the Albigensians, and the Jesuits to fight the Protestants.”

“What is different about the Jesuit and Dominican Orders?”

“Met any Albigensians lately?”

This world is a strange place, many people do not understand that communism did not originate with Karl Marx but was started by Jesuit priests in Paraguay between 1500 – 1600.

If you want a good read get hold of Edmond Paris ” Secret History of Jesuits”, I lost my copy but you can get it in online.

Jesuits are not really priests but a private army, they have been thrown out of many countries because of their intrigues. only for them to go back in and resume their trouble making. Look up the word Jesuit in a dictionary, is means hypocrite. Ignatious Loyolla was arrested in the spanish inquisition and accused of being a sect of witchcraft called the Alumbrados or “enlightened” ones.

In the Catholic church the Jesuits are the bullies, even the white pope is always followed by the head of the Society of Jesus, he is called a Black Pope it is either because he is evil or he is the shadow of the white Pope.

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  1. Your complete lack of understanding of liberation theology, south american politics and communism is mind boggling.

    First, communist dogma rejects religion, and therefore liberation theology, and all theologies.

    Second, liberation theology does not emphasize revolution, it emphasizes solidarity amongst outcast communities, so that they may raise themselves up and achieve there own ‘liberation.’ This is of course what Jesus advocated as well.

    Who shall inherit the Earth? Oh wait, Oh wait, I know this one, the meek, right?

    Read something by Phillip Berryman, Sobrino, or some of the speeches by Oscar Romero, and you’ll see its hardly violent struggle they advocated.

    Finally, Black Liberation Theology not only comes from Jesuit thinkers, but from the Black Nationalism of Marcus Garvey, who also advocated solidarity and control within the black community. None of their ideas came from Marx, and Garvey even advocated for black economic and very very capitalistic freedom.

    If you want to veil your racism, its best to use a better woven material.

    Marc

    May 30, 2008 at 7:01 pm

  2. I am Black.

    dawkinswatch

    May 30, 2008 at 11:27 pm

  3. Then I’m glad to have educated you.

    Marc

    May 30, 2008 at 11:38 pm

  4. This reminds me of an unfortunate problem – African-Americans are disproportionately religious. I think that it’s probably due to their traditional association with the American South.

    J. Frantz

    May 31, 2008 at 8:39 pm

  5. As a BLACK MAN growing up in Chicago, I know “Black Liberation Theology” is NOT good for the black community nor was integration nor Aparthied. Economic independence and faith in the TRUTH is as was the Answer!

    Aethiops

    June 4, 2008 at 11:03 pm

  6. […] the media ignores or tries to minimize Obama’s relations with criminals, terrorists and radical preachers they do are doing McCain no […]

  7. I have no idea why they keep lumping James Meeks in with Wright and Pfleger. James Meeks is a conservative evangelical, a Baptist. The Southern Poverty Law Center has him as one of the nation’s top hatemongers because of his views on homosexuality. Meeks also opposes abortion.

    Job

    June 17, 2008 at 12:35 am

  8. As a black man you should read some works from your ancestors (and mine too, since technically we all started in Africa).

    Some good starters…

    W.E.B. DuBois –the souls of black folks (amazing book) DuBois started the NAACP by the way

    Emily Townes

    Bell Hooks

    James H. Cone (I dare you to read what he has to say)

    Martin Luther King (It would be sad if you have never read anything from him)

    Cornel West –Dynamic Speaker

    or look into a book call the Pedagogy of the Oppressed

    rossisthinking

    June 17, 2008 at 7:27 am

  9. MArxist revolutionary doctine is based on the idea that inevitably the upper class would grow smaller and smaller and the large number of people dispossessed would inevitably overthriw them and form a workers republic where the means of production would be owned by everyone.

    Liberation theology is not based on inevitable historical trends, worldwide revolution or the like- it is limited to a local area. And, unlike Marxism it focuses on the poor- Marx focuses on the workers are the revolutionaries. Many included in liberation theology are unemployed.

    Samuel Skinner

    July 1, 2008 at 2:19 am

  10. […] I have already posted on Black Liberation Theology […]

  11. Hello

    I’ve just uploaded two rare interviews with the Catholic activist Dorothy Day. One was made for the Christophers [1971]–i.e., Christopher Closeup– and the other for WCVB-TV Boston [1974].

    Day had begun her service to the poor in New York City during the Depression with Peter Maurin, and it continued until her death in 1980. Their dedication to administering to the homeless, elderly, and disenfranchised continues with Catholic Worker homes in many parts of the world.

    Please post or announce the availability of these videos for those who may be interested in hearing this remarkable lay minister.

    They may be located here:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/4854derrida

    Thank you

    Dean Taylor

    4854derrida

    January 29, 2010 at 3:34 am


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