Black Theology Volume 1
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Black Theology Volume 1   -     By: James H. Cone
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BLACK THEOLOGY: A DOCUMENTARY HISTORY VOLUME 1: 1966-1979 JAMES H. CONE and GAYRAUD S. WILMORE, editors First published in 1979, this is the classic sourcebook for the emergence of Black theology in the United States. Born out of the Civil Rights Movement and the emerging demand for Black Power, Black theology has tried for twenty-five years to relate the gospel to the African-American experience of oppression and the struggle for liberation. Volume I, based on the original volume, has been substantially streamlined. New introductions, many additional essays and documents, and a revised bibliography have been added. This volume is divided into 6 parts: Part I: Black Power and Black Theology Part II: Foundational Voices before 1980 Part III:Black Theology and the Bible Part IV: Black Theology and the Black Church Part V: Black Theology and Black Women Part VI: Black Theology and Third World Theologies

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Title: Black Theology Volume 1
By: James H. Cone
Format: Paperback
Vendor: Orbis Books
Publication Date: 1993
Dimensions: 6 X 9 1/4 X 1 1/4 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 7 ounces
ISBN: 088344853X
ISBN-13: 9780883448533
Stock No: WW4853X

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First published in 1979, this is the classic sourcebook for the emergence of Black Thelogy in the United States. Born out of the Civil Rights Movement and the emerging demand for Black Power, Black Theology has tried for 25 years to relate the gospel to the African-American experience of oppression and struggle for liberation. This revised volume contains a new introduction, many additional essays, and a revised bibliography .

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