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Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction; Part I Slavery and Biblical Hermeneutics: But it's in the text! Slavery, the Bible and the African diaspora, Randall C. Bailey; Was Paul an arch-advocate of slavery or a liberator?, Mukti Barton; Buying the poor for silver and the needy for a pair of sandals (Amos 8:6): the fit between capitalism and slavery as seen through the hermeneutic of the 8th century prophet Amos, David Isiorho; A resistant biblical hermeneutic within the Caribbean, Oral Thomas; Unending the Bible: the Book of Revelation through the optics of Anancy and Rastafari, Michael N. Jagessar. Part II Slavery, Colonialism and Black Subjugation: 'Children of a lesser God': the American Board Mission's ordination policy in South Africa, Daryl M. Balia; Necessary remembrance: towards a White British biblical hermeneutic in the aftermath of the mass enslavement of Africans, John M. Campbell; A legacy of slaveryBlack with the slaves or Mulatto with the slavers? An English Jamaican theological reflection on the trajectories of 'mixed race' categories, Caroline Redfearn. Part III Slavery and Contemporary Experience Through the Lens of Black Theological Reflection: Faith and the gallows: the cost of liberation, Delroy A. Reid-Salmon; Re-reading slave writing through the lens of Black theology, Carol Troupe; Whither Africa?: reflections on current day Africa in light of slavery, George Wauchope; Divining sisters: reflections on an experience if divination by a priestess of the Ausar Auset Society, Marjorie Lewis; Politics of Black entry into Britain: reflections on being a Black British person returning to the UK, Anthony G. Reddie; Index.