Black liberation theology is the affirmation of Black humanity that emancipates black people from White racism. Based on victimology, it is essentially a highly selective interpretation of the Gospels in an attempt to co-opt Christianity to promote Communism and Marxism. Black Liberation Theology was coined by James H. Cone, PhD. in 1970, now teaching at New York's Union Theological Seminary. It is to reject the idea of God's universal nature in favor of race-based critique of theological provenance.