What was the primary aim of the Christian liberal theology movement? to ban religious ceremonies of American Indians to reconcile modern science with the Bible to end slavery and encourage temperance to encourage the spread of the Mormon faith
The objective was to be able to use biblical concepts together with philosophy and science in a complementary way, to help the most needy.
Liberal theology was a theological movement whose production took place between the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 20th century. Relativizing the authority of the Bible, theological liberalism has blended biblical doctrine with philosophy and the sciences of religion. Even today, an author who does not recognize the Bible's ultimate authority in terms of faith and doctrine is called, by Orthodox Protestantism, a "liberal theologian".
Officially, liberal theology began, in the evangelical milieu, with the German Friedrich Schleiermacher (1768-1834), who denied this authority and also the historicity of Christ's miracles. He did not leave a single biblical doctrine unchallenged. For him, what was important was the human feeling: if a person "felt" communion with God, he would be saved, even without believing in the Gospel of Christ.
The primary aim of the Christian liberal theology movement is to interpret the Scriptures that reflect the solidarity to the poor through the works of Jesus.
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to reconcile modern science with the BibleLiberal theology emerged in the enlightenment age. it has nothing to with liberal progressive views of modern day. liberal theology sought to apply the scientific and philosophical views and methodology of enlightenment in the understanding of the bible and God. A primary focus was to scrutinize every biblical scripture vis a vis existing empirical and philosophical notion.