[Continued-The Generic Structure of Afro-American Theology by Dr. James Evans] (audio)
Evans/West audience response continued. Tape 2 of 2
Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection
This audio is a continuation of Dr. James Evans’ presentation on Afro-American theology. In this portion members of the audience ask questions. Among the issues discussed are rationalization and bureaucracy. Also discussed is the relationship between the work of Black sociologists and Black theologians. Comments by Cornel West are given.
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Evans, James and West, Cornel, "[Continued-The Generic Structure of Afro-American Theology by Dr. James Evans] (audio)" (1982). Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 31.
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