By Milton C. Sernett
initially released in 1985, this improved moment variation comprises new resources on girls, African missions, and the good Migration. Milton C. Sernett presents a basic advent in addition to old context and remark for every document.
Read or Download African American Religious History: A Documentary Witness PDF
Best african americans books
A stranger has come to Middleburg, Maryland, a customer from in another country with a mysterious goal. yet this old fashioned, prosperous group has darkish secrets and techniques of its personal. And whilst the interloper, Peter Stewart, turns into concerned with the bewitching, seductive ward of famous neighborhood writer Kate extra, the townfolk worry the chilling earlier they're hiding will now not be secure.
Paul Robeson, born 1898, was once a two-time All-American soccer participant and a law-school graduate in an period that provided few possibilities for African-Americans. He went directly to win foreign acclaim as a singer and actor, breaking via obstacles either on degree and in his lifestyles. writer David ok. Wright tells the tale of a very good entertainer who dedicated his existence to the factors of civil rights and equality.
This widely-heralded choice of notable files deals a view of African American spiritual heritage from Africa and early the USA via Reconstruction to the increase of black nationalism, civil rights, and black theology of this present day. The documents—many of them infrequent, out-of-print, or tricky to find—include own narratives, sermons, letters, protest pamphlets, early denominational histories, journalistic bills, and theological statements.
Энциклопедия джазовых и блюзовых музыкантов Южной Каролины от XIX века до современности, включая не только таких звёзд, как James Brown и Dizzy Gillespie, но и забытых музыкантов. In An Encyclopedia of South Carolina Jazz and Blues Musicians, Benjamin Franklin V records the careers of South Carolina jazz and blues musicians from the 19th century to the current.
Extra resources for African American Religious History: A Documentary Witness
The next thing I would mention and warn you against, is profaneness. This you know is forbidden by God. " Now, though the great God has forbidden it, yet how dreadfully profane are many, and I don't know but I may say the most of you! -How common is it to hear you wish damnation to your companions, and to your own souls-and to sport with, in the name of Heaven and Hell, as if there were no such places for you to hope for or to fear. Oh my friends, be warned to forsake this dreadful sin of profaneness.
In hopes of this, I will beg of you to spare no pains in trying to learn to read. If you are once engaged, you may learn. Let all the time you can get be spent in trying to learn to read. Get those who can read, to learn you; but remember, that what you learn for, is to read the Bible. If there was no Bible, it would be no matter whether you could read or not. Reading other books would do you no good. But the Bible is the word of God, and tells you what you must do to please God; it tells you how you may escape misery, and be happy for ever.
New York: Knopf, 1974. Wood, Peter H. " Bulletin of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture and Religion 3, no. ) was the first African American to write and publish poetry, antedating his more famous contemporary, Phillis Wheatley of Boston. Like her, he exhibited a deeply religious and conservative temperament. A favored slave to three generations of the Lloyd family of Long Island, Hammon came under the influence of the Wesleyan evangelical revival and devoted himself to the study of the Bible and, according to some sources, preaching among fellow slaves.