|Author||Lincoln, C. Eric (Charles Eric), 1924-2000. |
|Title||The Black church in the African-American experience / C. Eric Lincoln and Lawrence H. Mamiya. |
|Published||Durham : Duke University Press, 1990. |
|Description||xvi, 519 p ; 23 cm. |
|ISBN||0-8223-1073-2 (pbk. : alk. paper)|
|Bib. Note||Includes bibliographical references (p. 469-500) and index. |
|Formatted Note||Contents: Religious dimension : toward a sociology of Black churches -- Black Baptists : the first Black churches in America -- Black Methodists : the institutionalization of Black religious independence -- Black Pentecostals : The spiritual legacy with a Black beginning -- In the receding shadow of the plantation : a profile of rural clergy and churches in the Black Belt -- In the streets of the Black metropolis : a profile of Black urban clergy and churches -- New Black revolution : the Black Consciousness Movement and the Black church -- "Now is the time!" : the Black church, politics, and civil rights militancy -- American dream and the American dilemma : the Black church and economics -- Pulpit and the pew : the Black church and women -- "In my mother's house" : the Black church and young people -- Performed word : music and the Black church -- Black church and the twenty-first century : challenges to the Black church. |
|Subjects||African American churches. |
African Americans -- Religion.
United States -- Church history.
|Other Authors||Mamiya, Lawrence H. |
|LC Card Number||90-34050|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: BR 563 N393 L73|
mq12794: LC class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]