[U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: Black Theology and An Asian Perspective on Racial Issues and Cultural Pluralism in America] (audio)

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[Tape 5] U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: "Black Minority Issues in Theology and the Church". Side 1: Continuation of "The Implications of Black Theology" and question and answer period. Side 2: Lawrence Mamiya: "An Asian-American Perspective on Racial Issues and Cultural Pluralism in America"

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C. Eric Lincoln Collection

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circa 1986

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In this recording C. Eric Lincoln and Lawrence Mamiya give presentations on religion, Black theology and racial issues in America and Asia. In his discussion on Black theology, C. Eric Lincoln explains how white Christian theology has contributed to the practical invisibility of Blacks. He also refers to James Cone. Lawrence Mamiya discusses religion as a way of life, the concept of family and the aesthetic element in Asia and Japan.

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