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The Resource Black theology : a documentary history, 1966-1979, edited by Gayraud S. Wilmore and James H. Cone

Black theology : a documentary history, 1966-1979, edited by Gayraud S. Wilmore and James H. Cone

Label
Black theology : a documentary history, 1966-1979
Title
Black theology
Title remainder
a documentary history, 1966-1979
Statement of responsibility
edited by Gayraud S. Wilmore and James H. Cone
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Wilmore, Gayraud S
  • Cone, James H
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Black theology
  • African Americans
  • Black power
  • Black theology
  • African Americans
Label
Black theology : a documentary history, 1966-1979, edited by Gayraud S. Wilmore and James H. Cone
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 624-637) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Black power: a religious opportunity
  • Nathan Wright, Jr.
  • Urban mission in a time of crisis
  • statement by the National Committee of Black Churchmen, April 5, 1968
  • Black manifesto
  • National Committee of Black Churchmen's response to the Black manifesto
  • statement of the Board of Directors, NCBC
  • Black churchman's response to the Black manifesto
  • Gayraud S. Wilmore
  • Black theology
  • Black power
  • statement by the National Committee of Black Churchmen, June 13, 1969
  • Message to the churches from Oakland, California
  • statement by the National Committee of Black Churchmen, Third Annual Convocation, November 11-14, 1969
  • Black declaration of independence, July 4, 1970
  • National Committee of Black Churchmen
  • White church and Black power
  • James H. Cone
  • Black theology and "Christian" theology
  • Paul L. Lehmann
  • Why Black theology?
  • statement by the National Committee of Negro Churchmen, July 31, 1966
  • Helmut Gollwitzer
  • Black theology of liberation
  • John C. Bennett
  • About Black theology
  • Paul Holmer
  • Black theology and theology of hope: what have they to say to each other?
  • G. Clarke Chapman, Jr.
  • Currents and crosscurrents in South African Black theology
  • David J. Bosch
  • Basic theological position of the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc.
  • Racism and the elections: the American dilemma, 1966
  • President's message to the Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc., September 1968
  • Black paper, 1968
  • statement by Black Methodists for Church Renewal
  • Black religion: past, present and future
  • from position paper by Philadelphia Council of Black Clergy, 1968
  • Episcopal address to the 27th General Conference of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (excerpt)
  • Liberation movements: a critical assessment and a reaffirmation
  • position paper of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Episcopal address to the 40th Quadrennial General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (excerpt)
  • New Black evangelicals
  • a statement by the National Committee of Negro Churchmen
  • Ronald C. Potter
  • Factors in the origin and focus fo the National Black Evangelical Association
  • William H. Bentley
  • Statement of the Black Catholic Clergy Caucus, April 18, 1968
  • Toward a Black Catholic theology
  • Edward K. Braxton
  • What Black Christian nationalism teaches and its program
  • statement from the Black Christian Nationalist Church, Inc., 1976
  • Black power and the American Christ
  • Vincent Harding
  • Church and the urban crisis
  • statements from Black and White Caucuses, National Council of Churches Conference on the Church and Urban Tensions, Washington, D.C., September 27-30, 1967
  • Double jeopardy: to be Black and female
  • Frances Beale
  • Black women and the churches: triple jeopardy
  • Theressa Hoover
  • New roles in the ministry: a theological appraisal
  • James H. Cone
  • Black theology and feminist theology: a comparative view
  • Pauli Murray
  • Black theology and the Black woman
  • Jacquelyn Grant
  • Let's not waste the Holy Spirit
  • In search of our mothers' gardens
  • Alice Walker
  • Black theology and African theology: considerations for dialogue, critique, and integration
  • James H. Cone and Gayraud S. Wilmore
  • African views American Black theology
  • John Mbiti
  • Black theology/African theology: soul mates or antagonists?
  • Desmond M. Tutu
  • Black American perspective on the future of African theology
  • James H. Cone
  • Albert B. Cleage
  • Communiqué, Pan-African Conference of Third World Theologians, Accra, Ghana, December 17-23, 1977
  • Black theology and Latin American liberation theology
  • excepts from a symposium of the World Council of Churches
  • Black theology and liberation theology
  • Herbert O. Edwards
  • Statement from the Coalition of U.S. Nonwhite Racial and National Minorities
  • Evangelization and politics: a Black perspective
  • James H. Cone
  • Final document of the Cuba Conference on "Evangelization and Politics"
  • Black theology and Marxist thought
  • Black theology in 1976
  • Cornel West
  • Black experience of the exodus
  • Choan-Seng Song
  • Final statement, Asian Theological Conference, Sri Lanka, January 7-20, 1979
  • "Asia's struggle for a full humanity: toward a relevant theology" (an Asian theological conference)
  • James H. Cone
  • New context of Black theology in the United States
  • Gayraud S. Wilmore
  • Epilogue: an interpretation of the debate among Black theologians
  • James H. Cone
  • statement by the Theological Commission of the National Conference of Black Churchmen
  • Annotated bibliography of Black theology
  • Vaughn T. Eason
  • Message to the Black church and community
  • National Conference of the Black Theology Project, 1977
  • Black theology and the Black church: where do we go from here?
  • James H. Cone
  • [1] 1966-1979
Control code
4933008
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 657 pages
Isbn
9780883440414
Lccn
79012747
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)136204
Label
Black theology : a documentary history, 1966-1979, edited by Gayraud S. Wilmore and James H. Cone
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 624-637) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Black power: a religious opportunity
  • Nathan Wright, Jr.
  • Urban mission in a time of crisis
  • statement by the National Committee of Black Churchmen, April 5, 1968
  • Black manifesto
  • National Committee of Black Churchmen's response to the Black manifesto
  • statement of the Board of Directors, NCBC
  • Black churchman's response to the Black manifesto
  • Gayraud S. Wilmore
  • Black theology
  • Black power
  • statement by the National Committee of Black Churchmen, June 13, 1969
  • Message to the churches from Oakland, California
  • statement by the National Committee of Black Churchmen, Third Annual Convocation, November 11-14, 1969
  • Black declaration of independence, July 4, 1970
  • National Committee of Black Churchmen
  • White church and Black power
  • James H. Cone
  • Black theology and "Christian" theology
  • Paul L. Lehmann
  • Why Black theology?
  • statement by the National Committee of Negro Churchmen, July 31, 1966
  • Helmut Gollwitzer
  • Black theology of liberation
  • John C. Bennett
  • About Black theology
  • Paul Holmer
  • Black theology and theology of hope: what have they to say to each other?
  • G. Clarke Chapman, Jr.
  • Currents and crosscurrents in South African Black theology
  • David J. Bosch
  • Basic theological position of the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc.
  • Racism and the elections: the American dilemma, 1966
  • President's message to the Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc., September 1968
  • Black paper, 1968
  • statement by Black Methodists for Church Renewal
  • Black religion: past, present and future
  • from position paper by Philadelphia Council of Black Clergy, 1968
  • Episcopal address to the 27th General Conference of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (excerpt)
  • Liberation movements: a critical assessment and a reaffirmation
  • position paper of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Episcopal address to the 40th Quadrennial General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (excerpt)
  • New Black evangelicals
  • a statement by the National Committee of Negro Churchmen
  • Ronald C. Potter
  • Factors in the origin and focus fo the National Black Evangelical Association
  • William H. Bentley
  • Statement of the Black Catholic Clergy Caucus, April 18, 1968
  • Toward a Black Catholic theology
  • Edward K. Braxton
  • What Black Christian nationalism teaches and its program
  • statement from the Black Christian Nationalist Church, Inc., 1976
  • Black power and the American Christ
  • Vincent Harding
  • Church and the urban crisis
  • statements from Black and White Caucuses, National Council of Churches Conference on the Church and Urban Tensions, Washington, D.C., September 27-30, 1967
  • Double jeopardy: to be Black and female
  • Frances Beale
  • Black women and the churches: triple jeopardy
  • Theressa Hoover
  • New roles in the ministry: a theological appraisal
  • James H. Cone
  • Black theology and feminist theology: a comparative view
  • Pauli Murray
  • Black theology and the Black woman
  • Jacquelyn Grant
  • Let's not waste the Holy Spirit
  • In search of our mothers' gardens
  • Alice Walker
  • Black theology and African theology: considerations for dialogue, critique, and integration
  • James H. Cone and Gayraud S. Wilmore
  • African views American Black theology
  • John Mbiti
  • Black theology/African theology: soul mates or antagonists?
  • Desmond M. Tutu
  • Black American perspective on the future of African theology
  • James H. Cone
  • Albert B. Cleage
  • Communiqué, Pan-African Conference of Third World Theologians, Accra, Ghana, December 17-23, 1977
  • Black theology and Latin American liberation theology
  • excepts from a symposium of the World Council of Churches
  • Black theology and liberation theology
  • Herbert O. Edwards
  • Statement from the Coalition of U.S. Nonwhite Racial and National Minorities
  • Evangelization and politics: a Black perspective
  • James H. Cone
  • Final document of the Cuba Conference on "Evangelization and Politics"
  • Black theology and Marxist thought
  • Black theology in 1976
  • Cornel West
  • Black experience of the exodus
  • Choan-Seng Song
  • Final statement, Asian Theological Conference, Sri Lanka, January 7-20, 1979
  • "Asia's struggle for a full humanity: toward a relevant theology" (an Asian theological conference)
  • James H. Cone
  • New context of Black theology in the United States
  • Gayraud S. Wilmore
  • Epilogue: an interpretation of the debate among Black theologians
  • James H. Cone
  • statement by the Theological Commission of the National Conference of Black Churchmen
  • Annotated bibliography of Black theology
  • Vaughn T. Eason
  • Message to the Black church and community
  • National Conference of the Black Theology Project, 1977
  • Black theology and the Black church: where do we go from here?
  • James H. Cone
  • [1] 1966-1979
Control code
4933008
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 657 pages
Isbn
9780883440414
Lccn
79012747
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)136204

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