Black Liberation Theology

Emerging at the radical interstices of Martin Luther King Jr.’s black Christian faith that demanded justice, and Malcolm X’s resounding call for black power, Cone’s black theology of liberation fearlessly asserted racism as heresy and proclaimed a God of the oppressed who stood against racism in all its forms.

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On Saturday morning, 29 April 2018, I received a text from my BFF, Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas that our beloved mentor, Dr. James Hal Cone had died. Although I’d anticipated this communiqué, my mind could not fully grasp the feelings my body held.

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Rothney Tshaka is Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy, Practical and Systematic Theology at the University of South Africa.

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Litany authored by Rev. Earle J. Fisher. Rev. Fisher is Pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church in Memphis, Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies & Humanities, and a PhD student in Communications.

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Host: Professor Rothney Tshaka, University of South Africa Guest Lecturer: Professor Vuyani Vellem The subject of our Seminar is to reflect on the relationship between ideology and faith, which produces spirituality. No one in South Africa today especially an exponent of Black Consciousness and Black Theology of Liberation will doubt that the ideology of racism, having […]

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Ronald A. Nathan is the senior pastor of the Ransom AME Zion Church, London England, A member of the Board of Convenors of the Trans-Atlantic Roundtable on Religion and Race. A member of the Board of Synergy Partnership a Christian network working against gun and knife crimes in London.

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Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews, host of Prophetic Resistance Podcast sits down with Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III , pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago to discuss the new Black Panther movie.

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Originally Published: Nov 15, 2014

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Yale Divinity 2017-2018 Beecher lecturer is Allan Aubrey Boesak, who served as Desmond Tutu Chair of Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis from 2012 to 2017.

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