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|Title: Another Day's Journey|
By: Robert Franklin
Vendor: Augsburg Fortress
Publication Date: 1997
|Weight: 7 ounces|
Stock No: WW0630963
A call to arms for the churches, Franklin's book urges direct engagement by African American and other churches with regard to America's mounting social problems. Bringing informed and astute analysis of the urban scene, the national picture, and the ways of black churches, he details programs that really work to salvage the "wasted treasures" of black urban youths--as well as programs for children, elders, and economic action.
Practical concerns, for example, how churches can find public and private resource to aid their efforts, are presented, as well as suggestions for renewing the imperiled church itself. The capstone is Franklin's vision of an activist Christian commitment that can model fellowship and reconciliation.
Raised in an urban, working-class setting, with many years of experience in and with the churches, Franklin combines in this work the conviction of a public moralist with the dedication and savvy of an urban churchman.
Robert M. Franklin is Distinguished Professor of Social Ethics at Emory University. He has also served at the University of Chicago, Harvard Divinity School, Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, and the Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, as well as at the Ford Foundation. His prior books from Fortress Press include Liberating Visions: Human Fulfillment and Social Justice in African-American Thought (1990, 0-8006-2392-4) and Another Day's Journey: Black Churches Confronting the American Crisis (1997, 0-8006-3096-3). A frequent commentator on public radio's "All Things Considered" he lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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