Ten years ago En la Lucha offered the first systematic presentation of mujerista theology – the liberating religious reflection of Hispanic women –...
The advent of black theology in the late 1960s brought together a revolution in the nation's race relations with a new theological reckoning and a reassessment...
Anthony Pinn's engrossing survey highlights the rich diversity of black religious life in America, revealing manifestations of an ever-changing black...
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...
This book is addressed primarily to Christians of various denominations in the United Statesto parishes, both laity and clergy, and to students. The...
In a bold, inventive style, Xodus addresses the increasingly perilous situation of black males by sifting critically through the mythic, cultural, and...
Current interest in Afrocentricity is but one moment in the longstanding post-colonial search by African peoples, both on the continent and in the diaspora,...
To Make the Wounded Whole describes how King's black messianic vision propelled him into fateful encounters with other black leaders, the war in Vietnam,...
A hallmark of American black religion is its distinctive use of the Bible in creating community, resisting oppression, and fomenting social change. What can...
The sources of Martin Luther King, Jr.,'s phenomenal and prophetic impact on life in America and beyond have never been adequately understood. In this...
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