5 edition of African American religious life and the story of Nimrod found in the catalog.
African American religious life and the story of Nimrod
Includes bibliographical references (p. -265) and index
|Statement||edited by Anthony B. Pinn and Allen Dwight Callahan|
|Contributions||Pinn, Anthony B, Callahan, Allen Dwight|
|LC Classifications||BP137.5.N5 A475 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 271 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||2007016610|
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African American Religious Life and the Story of Nimrod. Editors (view affiliations) Anthony B. Pinn Buy Hardcover Book. Learn about institutional subscriptions. The Hunter and the Game: Reappropriating the Legend of Nimrod from an African American Theological Perspective.
James H. Evans Jr. Pages God of Restraint: An African. Praise for African American Religious Life and the Story of Nimrod 'This is an intriguing book from beginning to end. I learned a great deal from it both in terms of Biblical exegesis of the relevant texts, their historical usage for racist purposes, and their various contemporary uses by African Americans in their pursuit for enhanced dignity and cultural valorization.
In this new collection, Anthony B. Pinn, Allen Callahan, and contributors explore Genesis and the manner in which the suspicion against Nimrod attached itself to those of African descent, serving as the theological rationale and justification for the oppression of Pages: Editorial Reviews.
Praise for African American Religious Life and the Story of Nimrod 'This is an intriguing book from beginning to end. I learned a great deal from it both in terms of Biblical exegesis of the relevant texts, their historical usage for racist purposes, and their various contemporary uses by African Americans in their pursuit for enhanced dignity and cultural : A.
Pinn. African American Religious Life and the Story of Nimrod Book Description: From support for racial discrimination to justification for struggle against the status quo, the biblical text and its key figures have played a prominent role in the development of religious discourse on pressing socio-political issues.
Get this from a library. African American religious life and the story of Nimrod. [Anthony B Pinn; Allen Dwight Callahan;] -- From support for racial discrimination to justification for struggle against the status quo, the biblical text and its key figures have played a prominent role in the development of religious.
Slavery and continued discrimination were given theological sanction through the Old Testament story of Ham, but what of his descendent Nimrod the hunter. Praise for African American Religious Life and the Story of Nimrod 'This is an intriguing book from beginning to end.
The biblical text and its key figures have played a prominent role in the development of religious discourse on pressing socio-political issues. Slavery and continued discrimination were given theological sanction through the Old Testament story of Ham, but what of his descendent Nimrod the hunter.
Pressley A.L. () The Story of Nimrod: A Struggle with Otherness and the Search for Identity. In: Pinn A.B., Callahan A.D. (eds) African American Religious Life and the Story of Nimrod. Black Religion/Womanist Thought/Social Justice. For Nimrod, the threat of being overtaken by a change in religion would have been as upsetting as hearing battering rams hit the gate of the city; surely nothing good could come of it.
The story of Nimrod and his priests is filled with twists, turns, and surprises. The first big surprise is that Nimrod isn’t at all who he seems to be. "In this original and groundbreaking book, Anthony Pinn provides a creative proposal for a new field of study. Through his thorough and insightful analysis of the history and principles of black humanist thought, Pinn expands our understanding of the complexity and richness of African American philosophy, culture and s: 1.
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