Blackening of the Bible : the aims of African American biblical scholarship / Michael Joseph Brown. [print]

By: Brown, Michael Joseph [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: African American religious thought and life: Publisher: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania : Trinity Press International, [(c)2004Description: xiv, 226 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1563383632; 9781563383632Subject(s): Bible -- Black interpretations -- History | Afrocentrism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History | Womanist theology -- HistoryLOC classification: BS521.2.B533 2004BS521.2.B533 2004COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The eclipse of a Eurocentric enterprise Dark and prophetic voices in the wilderness Afrocentrism and the blackening of the Bible The womanization of blackness A dark enterprise redolent with political implications Can the eclipse continue?
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The eclipse of a Eurocentric enterprise Dark and prophetic voices in the wilderness Afrocentrism and the blackening of the Bible The womanization of blackness A dark enterprise redolent with political implications Can the eclipse continue?

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