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Often, liberation theology's preferential option for the poor is pushed aside within theological discourses as being too specific, too focused on social problems, to function as a viable theology for the Church as a whole. Through this line of reasoning, many often see liberation theology as something that can remind Christians of their need to help others, but it cannot become the foundation for a sustainable belief system. In response to this, I claim that a liberation theology can be viabledoi:10.14712/23363398.2016.10 fatcat:apvmvcxi7jfjdhvogle324xmo4