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Journeying to Justice

Contributions to the Baptist Tradition Across the Black

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£24.99
Publisher: Send The Light
ISBN-13: 9781842279830
Published: 01/04/2017
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Journeying to Justice provides the very first comprehensive appraisal of the tumultuous journey towards equity and reconciliation amongst British and Jamaican Baptists across two centuries of Christian missionary work, in which slavery, colonialism and racism has loomed large. This ground-breaking text brings together scholars and practitioners, lay and ordained, peoples from a variety of culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds, all speaking to the enduring truth of the gospel of Christ as a means of effecting social, political and spiritual transformation. Journeying to Justice reminds us that the way of Christ is that of the cross and that grace is always costly and being a disciple demands commitment to God and to others with whom we walk this journey of faith. At a time when the resurgence of nationalism is threatening to polarise many nations this text reminds us that in Christ there is solidarity amongst all peoples.
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Anthony G Reddie

Dr. Anthony G. Reddie (Ph.D., University of Birmingham) is Research Fellow and Consultant in Black Theological Studies for the Queen's Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education in Birmingham and the Methodist Church. He is the editor of Black Theology: An International Journal and numerous books on Black Theology including Dramatizing Theologies (2006); Black Theology in Transatlantic Dialogue (2006); Nobodies to Somebodies: A Practical Theology for Education and Liberation (2003) and Scm Core Text: Black Theology(2011) - Editorial Review.

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