My beloved community: sermons, speeches, and lectures of Rev. Daughtry
Well-known activist minister Reverend Herbert D. Daughtry, Sr., has, throughout his life, intellectually and practically confronted the challenges of deepening faith in a personal God and expressing that faith in political, historical and collective ways. The sermons, speeches and lectures collected here address related issues, among them: merging race consciousness with religious conviction; the function of Christianity in a black community; and the Africanness - as well as the universality - of Christianity.
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Theology of Black Liberation
History of Racism or Color Prejudice
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