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Black theology and black power Black theology and black power
Race relations--Religious aspects--Christianity.
Black power--Religious aspects--Christianity.
Black theology.
Black power.
LCC: BT734.2 .C6 2018 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 230.089/96073 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2018034638
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"First published in 1969, Black Theology and Black Power provided the first systematic presentation of Black Theology, while also introducing the voice of an African American theologian who would shake the foundations of American theology. Relating the militant struggle for liberation with the gospel message of salvation, James Cone laid out the foundation for an interpretation of Christianity from the perspective of the oppressed that retains its urgency and challenge today"-- Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
What is black power?
Black power and existential absurdity
Is black power a form of black racism?
Why integration is not the answer?
Is there an appropriate response to white racism?
How does black power relate to white guilt?
Black power and the white liberal
Black power: hope or despair?
What is the gospel of Jesus?
Christ, black power, and freedom
The righteousness of god and black power
Christian love and black power
The holy spirit and black power
What is the church?
The white church and black power
Black power and American theology
The black church before the Civil War
The post-Civil War black church
On black suffering
On religious authority
On eschatology
On the creation of new values
Authorized Access Point
Cone, James H., Black theology and black power
Authorized Access Point Variant
West, Cornel, Black theology and black power