Africentric Christianity: A Theological Appraisal for Ministry

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Judson Press, 2000 - Religion - 128 pages
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One of the architects and leading scholars of black theology today provides a theological assessment of Africentrism and its relationship with Christianity. Roberts explores the origins, history, and principles of Africentrism for those who have only a general sense of this movement and reveals how its influences have affected how people practice their Christian faith.

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What Is Africentrism?
AfrocentrismAfricentrism in Historical Perspective
Evaluating Africentrism

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J. Deotis Roberts is a highly esteemed theologian who was one of the founders of the Black Theology movement. He has taught and held administrative posts at a number of theological institutions. Among his books are "The Prophethood of Black Believers: An African American Political Theology for Ministry", "Black Theology in Dialogue", "Liberation and Reconciliation: A Black Theology", and "A Black Political Theology", all available from WJK.

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