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An African-American theologian presents this timely critique of the "victimology" theme within black liberation theology and its long-standing spiritual and social implications.
Anthony B. Bradley (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is a visiting professor of theology at the King's College, New York. He also serves as a research fellow at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty and is a sought-after commentator on current issues for major broadcast media such as NPR and CNN/Headline News.
Table of Contents
|Setting the Stage: Defining Terms and Theological Distinctions||p. 17|
|America the Broken: Cone's Sociopolitical Ethical Context||p. 35|
|Cone's Theological Scaffolding||p. 55|
|Victimology in the Marxist Ethics of Black Theology||p. 85|
|Biblical Interpretation and the Black Experience||p. 121|
|Is There a Future for Black Liberation Theology?||p. 161|
|Further Reading||p. 193|
|Scripture Index||p. 197|
|General Index||p. 199|
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