[Perspectives on the State of Black Religion in The United States] (audio)
James Tinney presentation, The State of Black Religion in the U.S. Tape 8 of 10
Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection
In this audio recording, Professor James S. Tinney is introduced by Dr. Boykin Sanders. Professor Tinney presents a paper that discusses Black religion in the United States. The paper covers issues such as ecumenism and inclusivity. After Professor Tinney presents his paper, Dr. Charles H. Long provides a response and critique. There are also questions and comments from the audience.
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Tinney, James S. and Long, Charles H., "[Perspectives on the State of Black Religion in The United States] (audio)" (1981). Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 27.
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