Blog : Black Theology

More than conversation on the scope of theological inquiry, what I think we have lost with the death of Dr. James Cone is a key model of rigorous engagement—a wrestling over ideas that didn’t truncate itself into personal animus and hurt feelings.

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By Birchett, Colleen . Philadelphia Tribune ; Philadelphia, Pa. [Philadelphia, Pa]04 Mar 2007:

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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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James Cone is the Bill and Judith Moyers Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Theological Seminary.

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