Beyond liberation : the Gospel in the Black American experience / Carl F. Ellis, Jr. [print]

By: Ellis, Carl F, 1946- [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)1983Description: 202 pages : illustrations ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0877849145; 9780877849148Subject(s): African Americans -- ReligionGenre/Form: Intercultural. LOC classification: BR563.B496 1983BR563.N4.E47.B496 1983COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Part 1 - A Primer Picking Up the Pieces "Oh, Freedom!"
Part II - Reflecting Back Soul Dynamic A Formative Phase Two Streams "De Lawd" "A Shining Prince" A Great Legacy
Part III - Roots and Fruits of Consciousness A Little White Lie in the Name of Black Truth "Busting Out" "That Boy Sho'Can Preach!" Cultural Seeding
Part IV - Toward a New Agenda New Vistas The Fields Are Black unto Harvest
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Part 1 - A Primer Picking Up the Pieces "Oh, Freedom!"

Part II - Reflecting Back Soul Dynamic A Formative Phase Two Streams "De Lawd" "A Shining Prince" A Great Legacy

Part III - Roots and Fruits of Consciousness A Little White Lie in the Name of Black Truth "Busting Out" "That Boy Sho'Can Preach!" Cultural Seeding

Part IV - Toward a New Agenda New Vistas The Fields Are Black unto Harvest

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