Black Religion in America by Charles Long
Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection
James Cone introduces Charles Long who gives a lecture presentation. In the presentation Charles Long discusses the work of James Cone and Black religion in the United States. He mentions Benjamin E. Mays, C. Eric Lincoln and Howard Thurman as influential in the study of Black religion prior to James Cone. Long explains how Cone’s work is a watershed in the study of Black religion. He also describes how Cone’s work sets a basis for assessing prior work in Black religion and how it plots new and different trends in theological study. Long concludes the lecture by posing questions for future study of Black religion in America.
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Cone, James and Long, Charles, "Black Religion in America by Charles Long" (1980). Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 6.
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