[Critique of Black Belief (book) by Dr. Henry Mitchell]
Discussion of Black Belief (At Society for the Study of Black Religion)
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
Rev. Dr. Albert C. Williams gives a critique of “Black Belief : Folk Beliefs of Blacks in America and West Africa” by Dr. Henry Mitchell at the Society for the Study of Black Religion meeting. In his criticism, Williams accuses Mitchell’s work of being excessive in theological and apologetic posturing. He also speaks of jazz and blues mentioned within Mitchell’s book. Dr. Henry Mitchell also responds to Williams critique and answers questions from the audience.
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Williams, Albert C. and Mitchell, Henry, "[Critique of Black Belief (book) by Dr. Henry Mitchell]" (1972). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection. 17.
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