Monday, 1 August 2011

Sanctification, Liberation, and Black Worship

James Cone, Theology Today, 1978

My concern in this article is to examine the spiritual foundation of black worship as reflected in its components of preaching, singing, shouting, conversion, prayer, and testimony. Hopefully I will be able to clarify the connection between the experience of holiness in worship and the struggle for political justice in the larger society.

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