I think that much of theology works with the assumptions expressed by Matt Damon’s character in “The Good Shepherd” (about the CIA). When asked about what “you people have?” he answers, “We have America. The rest of you are just visiting.” (FYI, racial slurs in the dialogue) (My thoughts below).
I think many pop theologians (especially Evangelicals) have the general assumption that it is well and nice that Latin America theology brings liberation, and Black theology brings justice, and Feminist theology brings gender, and African Theology brings the ancestors, and Pentecostal theology brings the Spirit, etc. But real theology (i.e. white, upper-class) is just theology itself (without an adjective), and the rest of you are just visiting.
Sadly, I worry this represents the state of much of what goes around as ‘missional’ theology.