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Liberal Christianity is a movement based on the religious paradigms set during the Age of Enlightenment.
It is, more accurately, a set of hermeneutical beliefs that state that the Bible is not a collection of factual statements, but instead an anthology that records the authors' beliefs and feelings regarding God and society at the time of its writing—within a historical or cultural context.
The term liberal in Liberal Christianity indicates the willingness to interpret scripture without beginning from the standpoint of the inerrancy of scripture or the correctness of Church regulations and beliefs.