Frederick L. Ware provides a classification and criticism of methodological perspectives in the academic study, interpretation, and construction of black theology in the U.S. from 1969 to the present, and establishes and recognizes three different schools of academic black theology:
The Black Hermeneutical School
The Black Philosophical School
The Human Sciences School
Similarities and differences are delineated in the identification of each school's representative thinkers and their views on the tasks, content, sources, norm, method, and goals of black theology.
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About the Author
Frederick L. Ware (PhD Vanderbilt University) is Assistant Professor of Theology at Howard University School of Divinity.