Apparently even among renown theologians some topics are off-limits at the proverbial dinner table:
Whereas he knew that I was on the side of the Latin American Liberation Theologians, he [Pannenberg] fought vigorously against them … with the aim of silencing liberation theology. Since then we have preferred to talk about problems of the immanent Trinity rather than about politics.
So if you’re scoring at home, theology yes (if you must), but politics no-avoid at all cost, even at the cost of discussing the immanent Trinity instead.
Jurgen Moltmann, A Broad Place, 107.