Table of contents for Reconciliation blues : a Black evangelical's inside view of white Christianity / Edward Gilbreath.

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Contents
Prologue: Singing the Reconciliation Blues
1 Living in Two Worlds
2 "Evangelical"-There's Just Something About That Name
3 "Why Do All the Black Students Sit Together?" 
4 A Prophet Out of Harlem: The Legacy of Tom Skinner 
5 The First Shall Be Last: On Being the "First Black" 
6 When Blacks Quit Evangelical Institutions
7 Waking Up to the Dream: Evangelicals and Martin Luther King Jr. 
8 Is Jesse Jackson an Evangelical?
9 "God Is Not a Democrat or a Republican"
10 The "Other" Others 
11 Let All Creation Sing
12 Getting Preachy
Epilogue: Do We Still Need Racial Reconciliation?
Acknowledgments
Discussion Guide 
Notes
Subject Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Race relations -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Evangelicalism -- United States -- History.
Black theology.
United States -- Race relations.