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Rev. Wright’s Preaching To Black People Where Did It Come? Pain Of God Theology. MEO L.A.M. Norman Oetker Missionary "The Light Amidst the Mong/MEO" Hmong Thailand, Reynosa Mexico, English Class, St. Charles Missouri US.
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The Bible Message Is Ignored Jesus Is Portrayed To Set A Certain Class Of People Free. See below:
6. Minjung Theology
The minjung theology (theology of the mass of the people) is another typical illustration. The main thrust of ecumenical theology today in Asia is toward the liberation of persons from social injustice, economic exploitation, political oppression, and racial discrimination.The minjung theology is a Korean version of liberation theology and teaches that Jesus Christ is the liberator of these oppressed people.
The Bible Used For The Reason People Suffer A Distortion. See below:Situational Theology.
…Another type of Asian theology derives directly from a particular situation. This situational theology may not be in agreement with the biblical and historical doctrines of the Christian church, and yet it speaks to concrete situations in Asia.
…Kazoh Kitamori’s pain of God theology in Japan is an excellent illustration. He tried to demonstrate to the suffering people in Japan after their defeat in World War II that the God revealed in the Bible is the God of suffering and pain who could identify with the suffering Japanese.
Christ Is The Same As Krishna, Buddha.
The Bible Isn’t Necessary… Read Below:
…Sri Ramakrishna, founder of the Ramakrishna Mission, meditated on Christ, recognized Christ’s divinity as an avatar (incarnation) of the Supreme like Krishna and Buddha, and encourages his disciples to worship Christ.
It’s Not Necessary To Become a Christian, This Writer States That Christ Is In One Already. See Below:
…Raymond Panikkar in his book The Unknown Christ of Hinduism stresses that Christ already indwells the heart of a Hindu and that the mission of the church is not to bring Christ to the Hindu but to bring Christ out of him.
The Catholic Theologian says Catholics Believe The Same As Hindu. See Below:
…Klaus Klostermaier, a Roman Catholic theologian from German, visited Vrindaban, one of the Hindu sacred places in India, to have dialogue with Hindu gurus. After his spiritual experiences with Hindu scholars he testified, "The more I learned of Hinduism, the more surprised I grew that our theology does not offer anything essentially new to the Hindu."
The Bible Is Not Necessary, For Hindu Have Similar Thoughts Within. See Below:
….M. M. Thomas, a prominent church leader both in India and in the WCC, expanded the cosmic Christ into a form of secular humanism.He interpreted salvation as man finding his true humanness so that it is no longer suppressed by social injustice, war, and poverty. Thomas said, "I cannot see any difference between the accepted missionary goal of a Christian Church expressing Christ in terms of the contemporary Hindu thought and life patterns and a Christ centered Hindu Church of Christ which transforms Hindu thought and life patterns within."
The Bible’s Interpretation Of Who God Is? Is Not Necessary. See below:
…The Thailand Bible Society selected the word dharma (law, duty, virtue, teaching, gospel) for the word Logos in John 1:1, because the dharma in Thai Buddhist culture is as meaningful as the Logos in the hellenistic world of NT times. In the same way Matteo Ricci, Roman Catholic Jesuit missionary to China in the sixteenth century, chose the words Tien Chu (Heavenly Lord) as the name for God because that was the popular Chinese Buddhist concept of God.
To Be A Christian One Must Also Believe In Buddhism. See below:
Water Buffalo Theology:
Kosume Koyama, a former Japanese missionary professor at Thailand Theological Seminary, in his Waterbuffalo Theology …. One must, therefore, emphasize good "neighborology" rather than mere Christology, because Koyama believes that every religion has positive as well as negative points and that Thai Christians must accept the positive elements of Buddhism in Thailand in order to change their life style.
Christ Is Not The Central Ideal In The Bible According To Third Eye Theology. See Below:
Third Dimensional Theology
Third Eye Theology
Song Choan-Seng of Taiwan stresses a "third-dimensional theology" as seen from an Asian perspective in his book Third-Eye Theology. He says, for example, that just as the Holy Spirit works in a Westerner’s consciousness to bring about Christian conversion, so he works in the Zen Buddhists of Japan to bring about satori (enlightenment of the mind). Since the same Spirit is working in both religions, the objective of Christian missions should not be evangelization, but rather the interaction of Christian spirituality with Asian spirituality.
The Bible Is Not The Source Of Christian Ideals And Thought Rather Buddhism. See Below:
Two noted theologians in Sri Lanka have had a similar interest in accommodating Buddhist terminologies and ideas to Christian theology. D. T. Niles, one of the key leaders in the East Asia Christian Conference (now Christian Conference of Asia), did not hesitate to use word such as dharma and sangha to describe Christian "doctrines" and the "body of Christ" in his Buddhism and the Claims of Christ. Lyn de Siva, a Methodist minister in Sri Lanka, believes that the teaching of earlier Buddhism on the three basic characteristics of existence, anicca (impermanence), dukkha (suffering), and anatta (no-self), provides comprehensive analysis of the human predicament that can become a basis for Christian theology.
God Is Particular For One Group Over Another Not The Jewish Of The Bible. See Below.
Another type of Asian theology derives directly from a particular situation. This situational theology may not be in agreement with the biblical and historical doctrines of the Christian church, and yet it speaks to concrete situations in Asia.
Kazoh Kitamori’s pain of God theology in Japan is an excellent illustration. He tried to demonstrate to the suffering people in Japan after their defeat in World War II that the God revealed in the Bible is the God of suffering and pain who could identify with the suffering Japanese.