Black Baptists and African Missions: The Origins of a Movement, 1880-1915  -     By: Sandy D. Martin
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Black Baptists and African Missions: The Origins of a Movement, 1880-1915

Mercer Press / 1998 / Paperback

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A well-documented study of the origin and early years of a significant movement among black Baptists in the United States. Martin's excellent scholarly study of black Baptists and their attempts to Christianize Africa has lifted a neglected movement from obscurity and placed it in the forefront of black Baptist and African-American religious history.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Mercer Press
Publication Date: 1998
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 0865546002
ISBN-13: 9780865546004
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Black Baptists and African Missions is an exceptional study tracing the development of black interests in the South. The focus upon religious developments and changes offers unique insights into the nature, changes, and function of religion in black communities, while chapters take a historical approach in tracing the African mission movement through different states and time periods.

This study is an in-depth focus upon mission idealogy as well as black Baptist evolution and activity and provides a specific focus lacking in similar literature and explorations. It will appeal to those seeking a scholarly analysis of the relationship between black social and economic struggles and religious influences.

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