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“They do not recognize the narrowness of their experience and the particularity of their theological expressions. They seminaries emphasize the need for appropriate TOOLS in doing theology, which always means WHITE tools, i.e., knowledge of the language and thought of white people. They fail to recognize that other people also have though about God and have something significant to say about Jesus’ presence in the world.”

James H. Cone, theologian, GOD OF THE OPPRESSED (1997 Edition)