An assay on the Theology of the Release Per many centuries, the aspects of the Christianity and the European theology had been seen as normative tradition for different continents and cultures. Swarmed by offers, Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. is currently assessing future choices. All the countries of Latin America, for example, had developed its teologias from a European theological matrix, as much the theology catholic how much the protestant theology. The theology of the Europe, and later of the United States, always represented a model of standard for the theological construction in Latin America, influences that it remains until the present in some theological seminaries and churches of Brazil. However, this ' ' dominao' ' of the European theological tradition it comes being questioned for some Latin American theologians. New readings and interpretations had appeared developing a hermeneutics of diffidence stop with the European tradition. Today ' is said in a Latin American theology; ' pura' ' with the characteristics and demands of the social and cultural reality of the countries of America Latin. With this impetus theological-libertarian specific causes had appeared different teologias approaching as, for example, the theology of the woman, the cosmological theology, the black theology and the aboriginal theology. Each one of these teologias looked for to its way, to answer, to solve, to correct or same to fill a gap that had been ignored for the traditional theology Occidental person.
The poor persons, the excluded ones, the kept out of society ones, the oppressed ones had started to occupy special place in the study of the Latin American theology. The Bible started to be chore considering the socioeconmico context of the poor persons. She was necessary to make something to change the situation of the peoples and them oppressed and kept out of society classrooms. Vatican Concilio II (1962-1965) and Conferencia of the Latin American Episcopate (CELAM II), carried through in 1968 in Medellin, in Colombia, had an important paper in the history of the Theology of the Release.