[Towards a Black Evangelism, Part Two]

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Mitchell, Dr. Henry H., Towards a Black Evangelism Side 1-3 (2 of 2)

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Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection

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In this recording, Dr. Henry H. Mitchell gives a presentation on Black evangelism. He discusses ancient African culture as a community system tied to religion. He also discusses the early Black church worship styles and early white frontier revivals in America.

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00:00:03 Audio begins with an unidentified male introducing Dr. Henry Mitchell.

00:01:45 Dr. Henry Mitchell talks about how he is the grandson of two Black Baptist preachers.

00:11:02 He introduces his subject, “Towards A Black Evangelism”.

00:21:06 Talks about Africans living in a total community system tied to religion.

00:34:05 Talks about early Black church and the continued African worship style and frontier revivals.

00:45:07 Talks about common sense inputs.

01:01:15 Audio ends.


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