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White missionary outreach among southern Blacks : with special reference to Mississippi / by Kenneth Noyes. [print]

By: Noyes, Kenneth [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: 1986. Description: 226 leaves, bound ; 29 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Columbia Graduate School of Bible and Missions -- Dissertations | African Americans -- Missions | Southern States | MississippiLOC classification: BR45.N955.W458 1986BR45.N955.W458 1986COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
A General Statement of the Need The Purpose, Scope, and Methodology of This Study.
Southern Black History Black Culture.
Black Religion Black Theology-the Cultural Influence The Black Church The Black Preacher.
The Colonial Period-1607-1776 Pre-Civil War-1777-1861 Post-Civil War-1866-1918 Post-World War I-1919-1945 Post-World War II-1946-1959 Current-1960-1985.
Our Ministry in Brief The Call to This Ministry Open Door Missionary Fellowship-1956-1960 McComb and southwest Mississippi-1960-1963 Back in Jackson: Youth Gospel Crusade-1963-1969 New Challenges-1970-1979 God Continued to Work-1980-1985.
Summary Concluding Observations Future Prospects A Final Word.
Dissertation note: Thesis M.A. Columbia Graduate School of Bible and Missions, Columbia, South Carolina 1986.
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Thesis M.A. Columbia Graduate School of Bible and Missions, Columbia, South Carolina 1986.

Chapter I. Introduction

A General Statement of the Need The Purpose, Scope, and Methodology of This Study.

Chapter II. The Southern Black History and Culture

Southern Black History Black Culture.

Chapter III. The Southern Black Religion

Black Religion Black Theology-the Cultural Influence The Black Church The Black Preacher.

Chapter IV. History of White Missionary Work Among Southern Blacks

The Colonial Period-1607-1776 Pre-Civil War-1777-1861 Post-Civil War-1866-1918 Post-World War I-1919-1945 Post-World War II-1946-1959 Current-1960-1985.

Chapter V. Case Study: The Work of Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Noyes -1956-1985

Our Ministry in Brief The Call to This Ministry Open Door Missionary Fellowship-1956-1960 McComb and southwest Mississippi-1960-1963 Back in Jackson: Youth Gospel Crusade-1963-1969 New Challenges-1970-1979 God Continued to Work-1980-1985.

Chapter Virgin Islands Summary, Conclusions, and Future Prospects

Summary Concluding Observations Future Prospects A Final Word.

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