Well Gerardo de Dominicis This is somewhat true for political issues pressed via social agenda to a theological system

But then you still have political theology dealing with it

As far political theology and social transformation, Pentecostalism has been very active. Just take a look at Social Gospel and Liberation Theology in Latin America

As far as contextualized theology, however, no one is left with excuse. It has been done and is continuing to be done everywhere – Europe, Africa, Asia and here. Just look at the way Charismatic circles have contextualized theology within social and political context recently in the US. Too bad most cultural evangelicals are far from understanding that namely Progressive Pentecostals are The New Face of Christian Social Engagement not conservative republican evangelicals https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-5906.2007.00370.x