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The courage to hope : from black suffering to human redemption : essays in honor of James Melvin Washington

Author: Quinton Hosford Dixie; Cornel West; James Melvin Washington
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Beacon Press, ©1999.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Quinton Hosford Dixie; Cornel West; James Melvin Washington
ISBN: 0807009539 9780807009536
OCLC Number: 41311029
Description: xiv, 267 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction : The intellectual legacy of James Melvin Washington --
History. "God's all in this place" : God and historical writing in the postmodern era / David D. Daniels III --
Passage and prayer : the origin of religionin the Atlantic world / Charles H. Long --
"The blood of the martyrs is the seed of faith" : suffering in the Christianity of American slaves --
Providence and the black Christian consensus : a historical essay on the African American religious experience / Sandy Dwayne Martin --
Evil & salvation. Waymaking and dimensions of responsibility : an African American perspective on salvation / Genna Rae McNeil --
"Calling the oppressors to account" : justice, love, and hope in black religion / James H. Cone --
Difference as evil / Judith Weisenfeld --
The politics of conversion and the civilization of Friday / Walter E. Fluker. Preaching & scripture. Linking texts with contexts : the biblical sermon as social commentary / Carolyn Ann Knight --
What can we say to these things? : James Melvin Washington and preaching in the African American church tradition / Mark V.C. Taylor --
Preaching by punctuation : moving from texts and ideas to sermons that live with passion / Gary V. Simpson --
Have you not read what David did? : a sermon for Jim Washington / Richard Newman --
Church & community. Strangers and the homecoming : church and community in the grammar of faith / Dale T. Irvin --
Seeming silence and African American culture : interruption as a metaphor of transformation in the religious historiography of James Melvin Washington --
"Some folks get happy and some folks don't" : diversity, community, and African American Christian spirituality --
Letter to James : a conversation on archaeology and soul / Lee Hancock --
Benediction / Cornel West.
Responsibility: edited by Quinton Hosford Dixie and Cornel West ; foreword by Vincent Harding.
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