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African Methodism and its Wesleyan heritage : reflections on AME Church history

Author: Dennis C Dickerson
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : AMEC Sunday School Union, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dennis C Dickerson
ISBN: 9780929386034 0929386035
OCLC Number: 550605062
Description: xxi, 236 p. : ports. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Richard F. Norris --
Foreword / Robert J. Williams --
Foreword / James David Armstrong --
The demands upon denominational history : the case of the African Methodist Episcopal Church --
The case for a Wesleyan interpretation of A.M.E. Church history --
Scripture and hymnody in the conversion of Richard Allen --
Heritage and hymnody : Richard Allen and the making of African Methodism --
Toward a theology of African Methodism : a conversation with Wesley's theology --
Bishop Daniel A. Payne and the A.M.E. mission to the "ransomed" --
J. Albert Johnson : the Bermuda years --
Michigan minister and missionary leader : Lillian Thurman in the 1890s --
Family and faith : the medical witness of Emma Ann Virginia Reynolds, M.D., 1862-1917 --
Negotiating denominational identity : African Methodism and Wesleyan hymnody --
Homiletics and the humble : preaching in Georgia during the Turner era, 1896-1908 --
Partners in politics : Bishop Benjamin W. Arnett and President William McKinley, 1896-1901 --
Clergy and the construction of Black civil society : the case of the Careys and the Clements --
Rufus E. Clement, Zion Methodism, and the Atlanta School Board Election of 1953 --
Problematic politics : the Careys in the public square --
The Wesleyan witness in the U.S. civil rights movement : the Allen legacy against 20th century American apartheid --
Theologizing Rosa Parks --
A general officer in the Nashville civil rights movement : the public ministry of Andrew N. White, Jr. --
The civil rights movement in Chicago : the role of Carl A. Fuqua --
A presiding elder makes history : Robert E. Keesee and the integration of Scarritt College --
Black ecumenism : efforts to establish a United Methodist Episcopal Church, 1918-1932.
Other Titles: Reflections on AME Church history
Responsibility: Dennis C. Dickerson.

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