Walkin' the talk: keepin' the faith in Africentric congregations

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Pilgrim Press, Oct 30, 2005 - Religion - 162 pages
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Historically Black churches, says Speller, have stood in the gap providing not only a place of worship but also sources of mutual aid, educational encouragement, and cultural identity for their members in a society that denied them full rights as American citizens. But today, many congregations still struggle with what it means to be both Black and Christian. Realizing this challenge has both a cultural (Black) and a spiritual (Christian) basis,

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First Afrikan Presbyterian Church
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CHAPTER 4
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