The SCM Core Text: Black Theology is an accessible introduction to the teaching and learning of Black theology in Higher Education and theological educational training establishments.
This text aims to sensitize readers to the inherited legacy of 'race', ethnicity, difference and racism, which has exerted a profound influence upon the lives of all people since the Enlightenment.
The book shows the diversity and vibrancy of Black Theology as an international movement that emerged not in the context of the academe but from the lived experiences of Black people and yet has gained recognition as an academic discipline.
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