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Fortress introduction to Black church history / Anne H. Pinn, Anthony B. Pinn. [print]

By: Pinn, Anne H, 1931- [author]Contributor(s): Pinn, Anthony BMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Fortress Press, (c)2002. Description: viii, 184 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 080063442X; 9780800634421Subject(s): African American churches -- History | African Americans -- ReligionLOC classification: BR563.F678 2002Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction : The making of Black Christians Christianization of the slaves The great awakenings The response of Africans to Christianization -- chapter 1. African American Methodist churches The development of Methodism The African Methodist Episcopal Church The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church The Christian Methodist Episcopal Church -- chapter 2. African American Baptist churches The development of the Baptist faith National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Incorporated National Baptist Convention of America Progressive National Baptist Convention -- chapter 3. African American Pentecostalism The development of the Holiness movement African Americans and Pentecostalism The Church of God in Christ -- chapter 4. Liberation thought and the Black Church What the Black Church thinks The social Gospel Black liberation theology.
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Non-fiction BR563.N4 P48 2002 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001190848

Introduction : The making of Black Christians Christianization of the slaves The great awakenings The response of Africans to Christianization -- chapter 1. African American Methodist churches The development of Methodism The African Methodist Episcopal Church The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church The Christian Methodist Episcopal Church -- chapter 2. African American Baptist churches The development of the Baptist faith National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Incorporated National Baptist Convention of America Progressive National Baptist Convention -- chapter 3. African American Pentecostalism The development of the Holiness movement African Americans and Pentecostalism The Church of God in Christ -- chapter 4. Liberation thought and the Black Church What the Black Church thinks The social Gospel Black liberation theology.

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