There's a wonderful article by Russell Moore, a Vice President at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, in the most recent issue of Touchstone Magazine about the difference between the liberation theology of Jeremiah Wright and what you might find in a seemingly evangelical pulpit. What do they have in common? No gospel. Here's a snippet to whet your whistle:
"How many times have we heard conservative preachers use the Bible in exactly the same way that Jeremiah Wright uses it? Wright uses the Scripture as a background to get to what he thinks is the real issue, psychological or economic or political liberation from American oppression. Others use the Scripture as a background to get to what they think is the real issue, psychological or economic or political liberation through the American Dream.
"Either way, Jesus is a way to get to what the preacher deems really important, be it national health care or “your best life now.” Either way, the end result is hell for the hearer who accepts this gospel, regardless of whether God damns or blesses America."
You can read the whole article here. If you don't subscribe to Touchstone, an insightful, pan-denominational magazine, you should.