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Theology

My point is that one's social and historical context decides not only the questions we address to God but also the mode or form of the answers given to the questions.    - James H. Cone ; God of the Oppressed


Theology is subjective speech about God, a speech that tells us far more about the hopes and dreams of certain God-talkers than about the Maker and Creator of heaven and earth.    - James H. Cone ; God of the Oppressed


Theology is not universal language; it is interested language and thus is always a reflection of the goals and aspirations of a particular people in a definite social setting.    - James H. Cone ; God of the Oppressed


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