[U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: The Black Church as an Institution] (audio)
[Tape 3] U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: "Black Minority Issues in Theology and the Church". Side 1: C. Eric Lincoln: continuation of "The Religious Dimensions of Black Protest", and part 1 of "The Black Church as a Social Institution". Side 2: Continuation of "The Black Church as a Social Institution", and question period
C. Eric Lincoln Collection
This recording features C. Eric Lincoln delivering a lecture on the Black church as an institution. In the lecture, he discusses the importance of a group’s religion. He also explains how the bible was used by the Black church as religious rationale for resistance.
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Lincoln, C. Eric, "[U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: The Black Church as an Institution] (audio)" (1986). C. Eric Lincoln Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 138.
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