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A New Liberation Theology

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Moreover, according to The New Liberation Theology, caring for the poor, the elderly and the disabled is what any truly moral, compassionate, spiritual community and society does. And today, of course, t hat means that a good government should "promote the general welfare," as the Founders of America intended, and use the common wealth for the common good.

That, among other sources of truth, is the basis upon which the New Liberation Theology was founded.

However, that's just what I call it. Actually, its principles and philosophy are in a comprehensive message called A Creative Vision of the Future Through the Lens of History, Universal Prophecies, and Reason.

That vision and message includes a long list of articles regarding both religion and government, including one titled The 21st Century Declaration of Independence, which suggests how Americans can peacefully alter and reform our government utilizing Article 5 of the Constitution, so that it is actually of, by, and for the people.

It goes much further than the old Liberation Theology that Pope Francis is trying to revive, because it submits that all religions and all governments of the world need to face the truth and the facts that will liberate and empower the people.

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E.J. is a progressive activist serving to help promote an initiative based on Jeffersonian principles regarding government and religion -- principles which Abraham Lincoln said are "the axioms of a free society."

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