Liberating Our Dignity, Saving Our Souls  -     By: Lee H. Butler Jr.
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Liberating Our Dignity, Saving Our Souls

Chalice Press / 2006 / Paperback

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In Lee Butler's own words, "This book is an attempt to answer the question, "Who are we as African Americans?" Attempting to answer this question is one way we participate in the works of salvation.

Liberating Our Dignity, Saving Our Souls is a study of African American identity aimed at pointing a way out of a current crisis into a new liberation and salvation. Butler combines insights and methodologies from developmental psychology, liberation theology, and African and African American history to plot a new course for contemporary African Americans to gain a sense of identity that will guide them away from the identity the European and American cultures have traditionally forced upon them. This involves determining identity by personal worth, not by occupation, economic class, or social class.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Chalice Press
Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 0.55 (inches)
ISBN: 0827221363
ISBN-13: 9780827221369
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In Lee Butler's own words, "This book is an attempt to answer the question, 'Who are we as African Americans?'" Attempting to answer this question is one way we participate in the works of salvation. Liberating Our Dignity, Saving Our Souls is a study of African American identity aimed at pointing a way out of a current crisis into a new liberation and salvation. Butler combines insights and methodologies from developmental psychology, liberation theology, and African American history to plot a new course for contemporary African Americans to gain a sense of identity that will guide them away from the identity the European and American cultures have traditionally forced upon them. This involves determining identity by personal worth; not by occupation, economic class, or social class.

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