A Pan-African Theology: Providence and the Legacies of the Ancestors

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Africa World Press, Jan 1, 1992 - African Americans - 302 pages
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According Adoukonou African heritage African independent churches African theology African traditional religion African-American Afrocentric Albert Ayler Alexander Crummell Alexander Payne alienation American American Colonization Society Americo-Liberians Amilcar Cabral ancestors ancestral legacies BaKongo Barthelemy Adoukonou Biblical Hermeneutics Black Messiah Black Muslims black nationalism black nationalist black poor black religion black theology black underclass Blyden Book of Revelation Boulaga bourgeoisie C.L.R. James Cabral Charles Long Christ Christianity christology church civilization colonialism consciousness contexts Crummell Crummell's culture Dahomey Dizzy Gillespie DuBois Duke Ellington Edward Blyden Edward Wilmot Blyden Elijah Muhammad epistemological eschatology Eshu Eurocentric European Exodus Fanon Gayraud Wilmore Geiss Geoffrey Parrinder George Padmore Henry McNeal Turner hermeneutics human Ibid ical Igbo imago dei Imanuel Geiss inculturation Indeed Islam James Cone jazz Jesus John Coltrane John Mbiti Kemet Kimbanguist church Kongo universe Kwame Nkrumah liberation liberation theology Liberia Lynch MacGaffey Mahmood Mamdani Malcolm X Marcus Garvey Marxist Mary Lou Williams Maulana Karenga meaning Melville Herskovits metonymic Mizraim Mozambique mulattoes nationalist Negro neocolonialism Nigeria oppressed oppressors Orbis Books Orthopraxis Pan-African community Pan-African experience Pan-African theology Pan-Africanists Paul Robeson peasants political praxis race redemptive relation religio-cultural religious reveals revolutionary Richard Wright Sierra Leone signifies Simon Kimbangu slave slave religion slavery social South Africa spiritual Structuralist struggle Stuckey symbols theologians Third World thought tion Tony Martin transcontextual tural Turner Uganda underclass University Press values Vodun W.E.B. DuBois Western white supremacy Witvliet writes York Yoruba Zaire Zora Neal Hurston Zuesse

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