At issue is not whether Reverend Wright is racist or patriotic or not. For those who say that they are Christian and have a close relationship with Jesus, I pose this question? Now that you finally know the truth about who Jesus was and what he really looked like , will you still deny the truth in the face of overwhelming biblical and scientific facts? The media would have you believe that Black Liberation Theology is anti white. When at its core , it is pro equality, pro fairness , pro justice , pro Christianity and pro Truth. If anyone calls themselves a true Chritian and a believer in Christ, then shouldn't they support these same beliefs? I think the real question that many white christians and their ministers should be asking themselves is "If we call ourselves true believers and followers of Christ, why do we continue to deny the truth?" And what does this denial have to do with our justifying , overlooking and accepting the racist behavior and attitudes of some fellow Christians. Listen to NPR's story on Black Liberation Theology. Click the back link to come back to this site and post your intelligent comments. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=88512189
Reverend Jeremiah Wright further explains what is at the core of Black Liberation Theology.