In Volume 4 | Part D, Summary of the History of the Subject Matter | Chapter 4, Faith previous chapter Just as faith was imagined as a dot of light within the heart, so it was believed that sin caused a black mark on a human’s heart. It will disappear if one repents, or it may spread until it
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The African American Islamic Renaissance, 1920-1975
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Drawing from a wide variety of sources—including dozens of FBI files, rare books and periodicals, little-known archives and interviews, and even folktale collections—Patrick D. Bowen disentangles the myriad social and religious factors that produced this unprecedented period of religious transformation.
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queuing outside because the church had filled to capacity in minutes. 4 Not only was the full attendance peculiar for a Lutheran mass, so was the audience: clad in black, more often than not sporting a T-shirt of a favorite metal band, and singing their hearts out from the official hymnal. But why is
Global Christianity and The Black Atlantic: Tuskegee, Colonialism, and the Shaping of African Industrial Education , Waco: Baylor University Press, 2017, 219pp, 978-1481303927, $49.95. The University of Illinois’ release of the first of fourteen volumes of Booker Washington’s papers in 1972 sparked
” religion’ (201). The contributors to this work stake out a range of positions along these lines, revealing in the process how black Jews and members of New Jewish Movements define themselves. In the introduction, William Miles considers emerging ‘Black Jewish communities in Africa and the African Diaspora
over two decades. Rare language skills and a cosmopolitan coming of age enabled his remarkable ecclesiastical career as an agent of the Counter-Reformation. Shortly before an untimely death, Yoanns became the second black bishop and the first black nuncio in the history of the Roman Church, rare
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Essays in Honour of Jørgen S. Nielsen
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Contributors are: Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibašić, Naveed Baig, Safet Bektovic, Mohammed Hashas, Thomas Hoffmann, Hans Raun Iversen, Göran Larsson, Werner Menski, Egdūnas Račius, Lissi Rasmussen, Mathias Rohe, Emil B. H. Saggau, Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen, Thijl Sunier, and Niels Valdemar Vinding.