How a new theology of black liberation and free grace is gaining traction in the US

A new theology has taken root in the United States, rooted in the ideas of Calvinism and free love, and it is challenging the dominant theological views of the past.

It is called the Black Liberation Theology.

It has gained traction among people of colour and the poor in the last few years, with some experts saying that it is the most influential new theology.

But what is it, and what does it mean?ABC News’ Gary Goh spoke to Dr Alan Hatton, a retired professor of theology at the University of Sydney, about the new theology and how it might help change the way we think about the origins of slavery, and black freedom.

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