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Contents Acknowledgements Preface J. Deotis Roberts Foreword Mary Elizabeth Moore Introduction Part One Chapter One Understanding the Discipline: The Rise of African American Christian Religious Education Chapter Two Reconnecting with Our History Chapter Three Remembering African American Clergy and Educators Who Shaped Our Teaching and Learning Chapter Four Reading, Interpreting, and Teaching the Bible in the African American Church Part Two Chapter Five Hearing and Understanding Contemporary African American Theological Voices Chapter Six Understanding the Relationship Between Theology and the Dynamics of Educating African American Christians Chapter Seven Black Theologies in Dialogue Part Three Chapter Eight Educating in the African American Church Chapter Nine Teaching Roles of African American Clergy Chapter Ten Reshaping the Future of African American Christian Religious Education Bibliography Notes
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
African American theological seminaries.
African American clergy -- Training of.
Theology -- Study and teaching.
African American churches.
African Americans -- Education.