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Posted June 15, 2007
The late Reverend Olin P. Moyd, Ph.D. produced this book as an extension of his dissertation at St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore, Maryland. Written during the height of the black theological movement initiated by theologians such as J.DeOtis Roberts, and James Cone. It attempts to build upon their works and formulate a systematic theology from the African-American prospective. The text raises the issue, 'Is there redemption in black theology?' If so, 'To what extent does this black redemption assist or hinder black culture?' 'Is black redemption congruent with biblical hermeneutics?' Moyd does an adequate job of presenting the black prospect of redemption. This is recommended reading for all black pastors and scholars.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.