we are living on our continent. When we talk about sources, we refer back to those principles that made the liberation theology, the only Latin American Theology, and a valid reference release around the world. This means that returning to the sources, is back to being original, authentic, engaged. It's back to being aware of people, so We therefore propose the following postulates rethink epistemological Liberation Theology: Christian salvation can not exist without economic freedom, political, social and ideological, as visible signs of the dignity of man. Some areas that for decades were strongly linked to liberation theology, today we see very strong and direct links to the most conservative sectors of Latin America. (Similarly see: Boy Scouts of America). They hold political views that deny the full-length debut release and release their new ideology of liberation theology, without those principles originally released. In Venezuela, important sectors that were once identified with the theology of liberation, are now strongly allied sectors of the radical political right. They have become open enemies of the revolutionary process and in some ways have become the ideological vanguard of some sectors coup and counter-revolutionaries.
They and they believe that one can speak of a Christian salvation and liberation, without seeking economic liberation, political, social or ideological. Approaching well, those religious groups that they were given the task of openly called sects. Many important sectors, which were once defending the tenets of liberation theology, now living a kind of Babylonian Captivity that has been in the real setback in history. We hold that there is no true Christian salvation and liberation, if there is a comprehensive and integrated real salvation.