Black God

Black God

198 and 2. 64 ; Lloyd , Herodotus , vol 2 , pp 288-9 ; Julian Baldick , Mystical Islam : An Introduction to Sufism ( London : I. B. Tauris & Co , 1989 ) , p 1g ; Georges - Henri Bousquet , article ' Ghusl ' in Gibb et al .

Author: Julian Baldick

Publisher: Syracuse University Press

ISBN: 0815605226

Category: Religion

Page: 212

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A comparative study of the Afroasiatic traditional religions of northern Africa and Arabia. The author argues that there is a common Afroasiatic language in those regions, so is there a common family of religions. He compares traditions as diverse as those in Yemen and Nigeria.
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Preaching the Manifold Grace of God Volume 2

Preaching the Manifold Grace of God  Volume 2

Cannon's revolutionary Black Womanist Ethics interrogates established moral approaches to ethics, which do not take into account those living under oppression. Cannon investigates the ways in which “racism, gender discrimination and ...

Author: Ronald J. Allen

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725259621

Category: Religion

Page: 350

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Preaching the Manifold Grace of God is a two-volume work describing theologies of preaching from the historical and contemporary periods. Volume 1 focuses on historical theological families: Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Reformed, Anabaptist, Anglican/Episcopal, Wesleyan, Baptist, African American, Stone-Campbell, Friends, and Pentecostal. Volume 2 focuses on families that are evangelical, liberal, neo-orthodox, postliberal, existential, radical orthodox, deconstructionist, Black liberation, womanist, Latinx liberation, Mujerista, Asian American, Asian American feminist, LGBTQAI, Indigenous, postcolonial, and process. In each case, the author describes the circumstances in which the theological family emerged, describes the purposes and characteristics of preaching from that perspective, and assesses the strengths and limitations of the approach.
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Black God

Black God

A Brief History of the World's Religions and Their Black Gods Dr. Supreme Understanding ... H Godfrey Higgins. (1836). Anacalypsis, Vol. 2. p. 362. H. S.N. Sadasivan. (2000). A Social History of India. P. 174. H. S.N. Sadasivan. (2000).

Author: Dr. Supreme Understanding

Publisher: Supreme Design Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 202

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The New Black Gods

The New Black Gods

In addition, part 1 includes a chapter about Father George Hurley's black Spiritualists, a group that did not originally appear in Fauset's volume. Part 2 then utilizes Fauset's legacy to identify and critique major themes and issues in ...

Author: Edward E. Curtis IV

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253004086

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

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Taking the influential work of Arthur Huff Fauset as a starting point to break down the false dichotomy that exists between mainstream and marginal, a new generation of scholars offers fresh ideas for understanding the religious expressions of African Americans in the United States. Fauset's 1944 classic, Black Gods of the Metropolis, launched original methods and theories for thinking about African American religions as modern, cosmopolitan, and democratic. The essays in this collection show the diversity of African American religion in the wake of the Great Migration and consider the full field of African American religion from Pentecostalism to Black Judaism, Black Islam, and Father Divine's Peace Mission Movement. As a whole, they create a dynamic, humanistic, and thoroughly interdisciplinary understanding of African American religious history and life. This book is essential reading for anyone who studies the African American experience.
Categories: Social Science

Rastaman Routledge Revivals

Rastaman  Routledge Revivals

1,pp.73–4)he claimed: 'I see the Angel of God taking up the standard of the Red, the Black and the Green ... lapses when he looked to God for deliverance:'Oh God helpthe Black manand rescue him from the outrage!'(1967, Vol. 2,p. 412).

Author: E. Cashmore

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135083731

Category: Social Science

Page: 264

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First published in 1979, this book makes a detailed study of Rastafarianism. It traces the expansion of Rastafarian culture from its origins and development in Jamaica through to the growth of Rastafarian life in Britain. It looks at Rastafarian culture in England in the late 1970s based on the author’s intimate experiences and communications with followers of the movement.
Categories: Social Science

Mami Wata Africa s Ancient God dess Unveiled Vol I

Mami Wata  Africa s Ancient God dess Unveiled Vol  I

1. Higgins, Anacalypsis Vol. I. p. 57 2. Rajasingham K.T. Historical Survey of Eelam. Weekend Express (April 24, 1999. ... Black God/dess in Ancient India 175 Mamaissii Vivian Hunter-Hindrew Mami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled.

Author: Mama Zogbé


ISBN: 9780615179360

Category: Religion

Page: 567

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This first definitive work on the predomiance of this powerful African deity throughout the ancient world has quickly become a "cult" classic. The evolution of Mami Wata in establishing, shaping and expanding the spiritual and sacerdotal foundation of world religion, reveals also the lost but glorious past of African women's spirituality. Hailed as the new "bible" on the history of African women, this comprehensive well-researched body of work will benefit academics, students, and all who are seeking to fill the missing void in world religious and cultural history. Totaling over 800 pages, it is reccomended that both heavily illustrated (Volumes I & II) be purchased as a set.
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Is God Colour Blind

Is God Colour Blind

Revised and updated edition with a new afterword on why Black Lives Matter ANTHONY G. REDDIE ... 'Theology's Great Sin: Silence in the Face of White Supremacy', Black Theology: An International Journal (Vol. 2, No. 2, July 2004), pp.


Publisher: SPCK

ISBN: 9780281085439

Category: Social Science

Page: 120

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‘An incredible resource, earthed in academic rigour but packed to the gills with useful exercises that have been honed by reality and experience.’ Black Theology Commended as essential reading by reviewers, this insightful guide shows how Black theology makes a difference to Christian thought and practice. Full of Bible studies and practical exercises, here is a stimulating resource that encourages a new awareness of ourselves and others. This timely new edition includes a new afterword on the Black Lives Matter movement, and the difference it is making in the struggle for a society where we are all equally accepted and respected as God's children. ‘Forges the wisdom of Black theology into a powerful tool for change – not just to the way we think but to how we live.’ Elaine Graham, Research Professor of Practical Theology, University of Chester ‘Theological institutions, ordinary people, preachers, worship leaders and house group facilitators should wrestle with this little volume.’ Methodist Recorder
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Introducing James H Cone

Introducing James H  Cone

32 James H. Cone, 'Theology's Great Sin: Silence in the face of White Supremacy', Black Theology: An International Journal, vol. 2, no. 2, 2004, pp. 139–52. 33 Cone, Black Theology and Black Power, p. 71. 34 Cone, God of the Oppressed, ...

Author: Anthony G. Reddie

Publisher: SCM Press

ISBN: 9780334061106

Category: Religion

Page: 131

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It is rarely the case that an intellectual movement can point to an individual figure as its founder. Yet James Cone has been heralded as the acknowledged genius and the creator of black theology. In nearly 50 years of published work, James Cone redefined the intent of academic theology and defined a whole new movement in intellectual thought. In Introducing James H. Cone Anthony Reddie offers us an accessible and engaging assessment of Cone’s legacy, from his first book Black Theology and Black Power in 1969 through to his final intellectual autobiography I Said I wasn’t Gonna Tell Nobody in 2018. It is an indispensable field guide to perhaps the greatest black theologian of recent times.
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Page Boy s Yin Yang Road

Page Boy s Yin   Yang Road

Volume 2 Da Maoyouyu. great dark sky. Big black sky is the most commonly called god of secret, in Tibetan, it is called 'Mahagara' translated into Chinese. Legend has it that this black sky was originally a demon god of Hinduism.

Author: Da Maoyouyu

Publisher: Funstory

ISBN: 9781648468483

Category: Fiction


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A kind heart without evil, a rich Immortal affinity, can be accepted as a scented child! If you have any fate with me, you can accept me as a scented child! With evil bones growing all over his body, he could be accepted as a scented child!
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Journal of Latin American Theology Volume 11 Number 2

Journal of Latin American Theology  Volume 11  Number 2

two of every three young people killed by the police are black.15 And every twenty-three minutes, a young black man ... The apostle Paul does not accept the institution of slavery but encourages Philemon, a man of God, to live out his ...

Author: Lindy Scott

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725250239

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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Journal of Latin American Theology: Christian Reflections from the Latino South Special Issue on the 2015 Sao Paulo Conference on the Occasion of the FTL's 45th Anniversary Vol. 11, No. 2, Fall 2016 This issue of our Journal of Latin American Theology: Christian Reflections from the Latino South brings together some of the most representative papers from the FTL's 2015 continental conference, "45 Years of the FTL and Contemporary Theological Borders," held in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Building on the milestones of that past, participants faced the challenges of the present and future. Herein, Brazilian theologians and practitioners offer reflections on the FTL's early days, Pentecostal theology, the intended "irrelevance" of the church, the oral nature of the Gospels, and race relations within church and society. Spanish-speaking theologians and practitioners discuss public theology and the joyful dreams of God the Creator. A presentation of theological poetry rounds out this issue.
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