A History of the Black Baptist Church: I Don't Feel No Ways Tired
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A History of the Black Baptist Church: I Don't Feel No Ways Tired  -     By: Wayne Croft Sr.

A History of the Black Baptist Church: I Don't Feel No Ways Tired

Judson Press / 2020 / Paperback

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The history of black people in the United States is a history of challenge and resilience, of suffering and solidarity, of injustice and prophetic resistance. It is a history steeped in the hope and strength that African Americans have derived from their faith in God and from the church that provided safety, community, consolation, and empowerment. In this new volume from pastor and scholar Rev. Dr. Wayne Croft, the history of the black Baptist church unfolds from its theological roots in the Radical Reformation of Europe and North America, to the hush arbors and praise houses of slavery's invisible institution, to the evolution of distinctively black denominations. In a wonderfully readable narrative style, the author relates the development of diverse black Baptist associations and conventions, from the eighteenth century through the twentieth century's civil rights movement.

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Title: A History of the Black Baptist Church: I Don't Feel No Ways Tired
By: Wayne Croft Sr.
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Judson Press
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 0817018174
ISBN-13: 9780817018177
Stock No: WW018177

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The history of black people in the United States is a history of challenge and resilience, of suffering and solidarity, of injustice and prophetic resistance. It is a history steeped in the hope and strength that African Americans have derived from their faith in God and from the church that provided safety, community, consolation, and empowerment. In this new volume from pastor and scholar Rev. Dr. Wayne Croft, the history of the black Baptist church unfolds""from its theological roots in the Radical Reformation of Europe and North America, to the hush arbors and praise houses of slavery's invisible institution, to the evolution of distinctively black denominations. In a wonderfully readable narrative style, the author relates the development of diverse black Baptist associations and conventions, from the eighteenth century through the twentieth century's civil rights movement.

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