“The Liberation Theology movement is built on the premise that man is basically good and deserves good. It is actually a subtle form of the prosperity gospel. Proponents of this movement believe that they deserve equality, not of just opportunity, but of outcome in the economic and social spectrum.”
(Reformation Charlotte) There is a deep-rooted heresy that is gaining momentum in the Evangelical church today. The heresy is born out of Black Liberation Theology — a theology popularized by James Cone that encourages blacks to use their religion to seek “liberation” from various forms political, economic, and social oppression. …
This sinister theology actually disguises the gospel with a false gospel of works and self-atonement for generational sins. Two of its most prominent adherents in mainstream Evangelicalism today are Thabiti Anyabwile and Anthony Bradley.
Slave Reparations a Key Tenet Liberation Theology Movement
Slave Reparations is one of the key tenets of this movement. Oddly enough, it has gained a lot of traction, not just from blacks, but from many of the progressive white Evangelicals through liberal outlets such as The Gospel Coalition. Proponents of this movement strongly believe that blacks in America today suffer economically and socially because of slavery. I should note that it is not far-fetched to cede that historically, blacks in America have been mistreated. But where the serious error in their theology occurs is at the point they lay the guilt and the blame not just on an entire ethnic group — white people — but the multi-generational descendants of white people.