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Black Theology in Transatlantic Dialogue

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Zusatztext 'In a blaze of much needed engagement! Anthony Reddie uses autobiographical! historical! narrative! critical! analytical! dramatic and musical discourses in an exploration of Black Atlantic faith. With a firm location in Methodism! and a focus on scholarly work! Reddie captures the plurality and hybridity of the Black British experience bringing it into thoughtful dialogue with the African American. Black Theology in Transatlantic Dialogue charts a new course for Black theology which interrogates varieties of Black experience in different contexts through creative and analytical means and then brings them into critical interaction. A must read for all who care about the Black experience worldwide.' - Emmanuel Y. Lartey! Professor of Pastoral Theology! Care and Counseling!Candler School of Theology! Emory University "Dr Reddie's book maps out the contours for a meaningfuldialogue between African American and Black British theologies of liberation." - Robert Beckford! University of Birmingham"This book is an important account of the origin and development of Black Theology in Britain and the United States. It is the only book that tells this story. Reddie's constructive approach of 'A Jazz Hermeneutic for Black Theology' is a creative and challenging suggestion for the future work of black theologians." - James Cone! Charles A. Briggs Distinguished Professor of Theology! Union Theological Seminary! New York Informationen zum Autor Anthony G. Reddie is Visiting Research Fellow at Aston University! UK Klappentext In this book! Anthony G. Reddie creates a dynamic conversation between black theologies in the US and in the UK! comparing and highlighting divergences in the respective movements. Zusammenfassung In this book! Anthony G. Reddie creates a dynamic conversation between black theologies in the US and in the UK! comparing and highlighting divergences in the respective movements. Inhaltsverzeichnis Historical Developments What is the Black Church Saying? Bring on the Sisters Education! Education! Education Publish and Be Damned Where We Headed Now? ...

'In a blaze of much needed engagement, Anthony Reddie uses autobiographical, historical, narrative, critical, analytical, dramatic and musical discourses in an exploration of Black Atlantic faith. With a firm location in Methodism, and a focus on scholarly work, Reddie captures the plurality and hybridity of the Black British experience bringing it into thoughtful dialogue with the African American. Black Theology in Transatlantic Dialogue charts a new course for Black theology which interrogates varieties of Black experience in different contexts through creative and analytical means and then brings them into critical interaction. A must read for all who care about the Black experience worldwide.' - Emmanuel Y. Lartey, Professor of Pastoral Theology, Care and Counseling,Candler School of Theology, Emory University

"Dr Reddie's book maps out the contours for a meaningfuldialogue between African American and Black British theologies of liberation." - Robert Beckford, University of Birmingham"This book is an important account of the origin and development of Black Theology in Britain and the United States. It is the only book that tells this story. Reddie's constructive approach of 'A Jazz Hermeneutic for Black Theology' is a creative and challenging suggestion for the future work of black theologians." - James Cone, Charles A. Briggs Distinguished Professor of Theology, Union Theological Seminary, New York



Autorentext
Anthony G. Reddie is Visiting Research Fellow at Aston University, UK

Klappentext

In this book, Anthony G. Reddie creates a dynamic conversation between black theologies in the US and in the UK, comparing and highlighting divergences in the respective movements.



Inhalt
Historical Developments What is the Black Church Saying? Bring on the Sisters Education, Education, Education Publish and Be Damned Where We Headed Now?

Produktinformationen

Titel: Black Theology in Transatlantic Dialogue
Untertitel: Black Theology in Transatlantic Dialogue
Autor:
EAN: 9781403968630
ISBN: 978-1-4039-6863-0
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Religion & Theologie
Anzahl Seiten: 250
Gewicht: 490g
Größe: H19mm x B221mm x T146mm
Jahr: 2006
Auflage: 2006

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