Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Cone on Religion and Oppression

An interesting interview with James Cone (it's also occasionally funny, because he has a good sense of humor):



I like Cone's God of the Oppressed quite a bit; I tend not to be thrilled by most theology written in the twentieth century by academics, but this is one of the books I regularly recommend. Regardless of whether you agree with everything in it, it makes some serious points worthwhile for anyone and everyone to consider.

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