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Moore provides new insights into the complex and crucial role which the Protestant liberal theology of the evangelical missionary enterprise played in the evolution of Pan-Africanism. He also challenges the traditional interpretations that depict Africans and African-Americans as passive recipients of Western theology and missiology. Moore begins with an overview of the recent literature and introduces the missiological roots of evangelical Pan-Africanism. He then examines the synthesis of theological liberalism and Pan-Africanism as reflected in the writings and activities of Orishatukeh Faduma, who attempted to adapt theological liberalism and its missiological and educational tenets to the Pan-African cause. With bibliography.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Series:||ATLA Monograph Series , #40|
|Product dimensions:||5.64(w) x 8.72(h) x 0.89(d)|
About the Author
Moses N. Moore is Associate Professor of American and African-American religious history at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.