European Christianity And The Atlantic Slave Trade A Black Hermeneutical Study

Author: Rev. Dr. Robinson A. Milwood, PhD
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456790676
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Rev. Dr. Robinson A. Milwood, PhD. A Black Hermeneutical Study itself has
shown the depths of intellectual deception. ... The thesis and black hermeneutic
here being presented is basically of European Christianity and the Atlantic Slave
Trade. This is why black people need the ... in the Atlantic Slave Trade. It is a fact
of history that European and British churches are significantly important for the
cultivation and activation of black consciousness, black theology and liberation

British Churches Enslaved And Murdered Black Atlantic Slaves Contextualization And De Contextualization Of British Slave Trade 17th 19th Century A Critical Socio Theological Study

Author: DR. R. A. Milwood, Ph.D. D.Min.
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1491894059
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His academic specializations are: Liberation Black Theology. Biblical
Hermeneutics and Liberation Theology. European Christianity and the
Transatlantic Chattel Slave Trade 17th-19th century. DR. Milwood is convinced
that Europe and Britain were at no time moral Christians. What they purported
was Semantic Cultural Christianity without a moral God, morality, social equality,
freedom, justice and liberty for African slaves. The perpetrators of the crimes
against Almighty God and ...

A Plea For British Black Theologies Volume 1

Author: Roswith I. H. Gerloff
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1608996654
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The Black Church Movement in Britain in Its Transatlantic Cultural and
Theological Interaction with Special Reference to the Pentecostal Oneness (
Apostolic) and Sabbatarian Movements Roswith I. H. Gerloff. of human beings to
speak their own words and shape their own identity. It has strengthened within
her, from study and experience, the fundament— al belief in the 'Spirit' , or the
human dimension which interconnects all life. B. THE HERMENEUTIC
FRAMEWORK In order to ...

I Found God In Me

Author: Mitzi J. Smith
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630878715
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A Womanist Biblical Hermeneutics Reader Mitzi J. Smith ... The legitimized and
authoritative disseminators of such missionizing knowledge have historically and
traditionally been European missionaries and other approved agents in
partnership with colonialism and neo-colonialism.4 In Professor Katie Cannon's
article, “Cutting Edge: Christian Imperialism and the Transatlantic Slave Trade,”
she coins two womanist terms that signify how European missionaries employed
the great ...

African American Review

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Within the realm of historical studies, Davis suggests that C. Vann Woodward and
Eugene D. Genovese are able to deal with this irony and paradox that have
always marked life in the United States by giving equal attention to both human
error and ambition. Woodward and Genovese achieve this by making race and
slavery paramount issues in historical study, and by exposing the hypocrisies of
Christian doctrine within the world of the Atlantic slave trade. But even the
important work ...


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Timely, needed book which challenges popular notion that Christians, like non-
Christians, are to measure life and success in forms of materialism, status and the
standards of secular society. Raises practical ... —William M. Tillman, Jr. Stand
the Storm: A History of the Atlantic Slave Trade by Edward Reynolds. Allison and
... Also, careful research and generous documentation make this volume a must
for history teachers and all who have a serious interest in black culture. Reynolds

Beyond Ontological Blackness

Author: Victor Anderson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474287689
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In this study, Victor Anderson traces instances of "ontological blackness" in African American theological, religious and cultural thought, arguing that African American critical thought has been trapped in a racial rhetoric that it did not ...