A movement in Christian theology, developed mainly by Latin American Roman Catholics, that emphasizes liberation from social, political, and economic oppression as an anticipation of ultimate salvation.
More example sentences
- Its political side grew out of the social gospel movement and liberation theology.
- Latin American feminist liberation theologians emerge as the key link between Latin American liberation theology, on the one hand, and feminist theology, on the other.
- He repeatedly returns to comparisons with more biblical Protestant traditions, feminist theology, and liberation theology.
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