[The Theology of Enough and Black Theology] (audio)

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Gammon Theological Seminary Centennial Convocation. Major Jones, speaker. Reactors: Jacqueline Grant, Charles Lee, Julius Smith, Luther Smith. Tape 3 of 11

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This audio features a brief presentation by Major J. Jones. The topic of his presentation is the theology of enough. In her response Dr. Jacqueline Grant discusses the relevancy of theology to the community of faith. Charles Lee also responds and discusses the need for universal theology. Major J. Jones then explains the differences in the liberation struggles of Africa and America.

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00:00:05 Audio begins with Major J. Jones discussing those who don’t show up.

00:02:14 Talks about the topic of the theology of enough.

00:09:37 Unidentified man gives greetings and welcomes panel to react to the deliberation.

00:12:27 Dr. Jacqueline Grant discusses the relevancy of theology to the community of faith.

00:19:03 Charles Lee introduces himself to those in attendance.

00:20:55 Talks about the need to understand universal theology.

00:50:15 Unidentified man discusses how black theology, if taken seriously, will cause transformation that is threatening.

00:57:13 Major J. Jones discusses how the liberation struggle in Africa is different than the liberation struggle in America.

01:03:42 Audio ends.


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