Name it and Claim It?: Prosperity Preaching in the Black Church
The author uses history and sociology in her latest resource to ground her arguments regarding the appeal of prosperity preaching in the black church. She carefully explores the shape of black communities and those things that make prosperity churches attractive to black members, describes three types of prosperity churches, and considers the impact of these churches and their ideologies on black communities and the black church.
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