Category:Liberation theology

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English: Liberation theology is a school of theology within Christianity. Two of the starting points of Liberation theology are, first of all, the question of the origin of sin; and secondly, the idea that Christians should make good use of the talents given by God, and that includes intelligence in a general sense, and science in particular.
Español: La Teología de la Liberación es una corriente teológica que comenzó en Iberoamérica después del Concilio Vaticano II y la Conferencia de Medellín (Colombia, 1968).
Liberation theology 
Christian theological approach originating from Latin America and emphasising the role of the poor
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Subclass ofChristian theology
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