I would commend to the readers of this interest group two articles from today’s electronic edition of First Things. One is on Cuba, and would (should) prick the conscience of the Left, and the other is on Archbishop Romero’ beautification, which would 9should0 prick the conscience of the Right. Firstthings.com
John Kissinger [07/08/2015 9:25 AM]
Yesterday I also broke the news on Cuba lifting its generation long ban on the Bible and asked a similar question in another topic. Do you think that this is related to some sort of Social Gospel / Liberation Theology experiment applicable to the whole NAFTA region? http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/gutierrezs-book-a-theology-of-liberation-designed-by-kgb/
William DeArteaga [07/08/2015 9:29 AM]
I fiercely dislike liberation theology, but it still contains some gospel, and it may be used by the HS to bring some Cubans into the Kingdom where they can ge a better understanding of the Gospel. In any case people in Cuba are truly fed up with marxism and its false promises, so liberation theology is a temptation for persons who live outside of marxist states.
John Kissinger [07/08/2015 9:47 AM]
As long as its only social gospel. Social gospel has some good. Socialist gospel has NO good!
William DeArteaga [07/08/2015 9:51 AM]
John Kissinger [07/08/2015 10:11 AM]
So it is probable #KGB invented Social Gospel for their ” global import of Socialism” in South America borrowing from Acts http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/does-the-book-of-acts-command-socialism
John Kissinger [07/08/2015 1:14 PM]