Dread Jesus

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SPCK, 1999 - Religion - 219 pages
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Provides an analysis from an orthodox Christian view of the black, dread-locked Jesus taken from Christianity by the teachings of Rastafari, and an assessment of its significance for global Christianity. Is Rastafari simply a bizarre Christian cult, designed to fade if the Emperor never reappears?

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William David Spencer is adjunct professor of theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He earned his Th.D. degree in theology and literature from Boston University School of Theology. Both contributed to "The Goddess Revival "and coedited "God through the Looking Glass".

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