In all honesty, the why and the pathology, if constantly discussed merely gives those an excuse. Less than 150 years ago many of us [blacks] were still enslaved. The millions of us who have progressed and risen to the level of success that some of us [blacks] have, did not do so by making excuses. --Because slaves were moved from place to place it caused black men to be promiscuous and not have a sense of monogamy, and that's why they cheat and have so many kids and do not take care of all of them.-- That is an excuse and it ignores the fact that even though the majority of the blacks in America are the descendents of slavery, there are still many black men who have "avoided the curse of slavery" and stayed monogamous, and have taken care of their families, and have only had children with one woman. Why? I am willing to bet that many of these men were raised with Christian or fairly conservative values: values that say, "This is right. This is wrong. Do right. Do not make excuses."
Stop finding the why for the behavior and just start saying--do not do what is wrong. That slavery excuse is just as bad as some parent saying, "I know my child does not do the right thing all the time, but it's just because he is misunderstood. It's really a cry for attention." No the truth is: the kid is bad, he hears the parent make excuses for his behavior and thusly, is not inclined to change.
"The liberating Jesus Christ" Well obviously, he was the ultimate liberator with conservative values. Conservative values in their very nature find their foundation in Christianity: not religion, but the lessons taught by Christ. In that case, I guess you are right there is freedom-liberation- in moral-conservative- beliefs.
Thusly, I am inclined to ask you if Jesus was either enlightened or unintelligent. Not in attempts to start an argument, but Jesus condones the death penalty. As He hung there on the cross, he did not "deliver from the penalty of death" either of the thieves who hung there with Him. He deliver neither the obnoxious one who had not reformed, nor did He deliver the thief who "found Jesus" while carrying out his sentence. Those who commit heinous crimes may reform, and their forgiveness, ultimately is between them and their God. Jesus forgave the thief, and even granted him entrance into heaven, however he saw it not fit to deliver him back unto the people.