Seminar: The Black Theology Movement

Religion 384

Usual Description

An intensive study of the Black Theology movement as a theology of liberation. Topics will include responses to the movement: the white theological community; critiques from within the black theological and church community; Black Christian Nationalism and the Nation of Islam; issues of gender and class; dialogue with other liberation theology movements, such as Latin American and African theorists; and its past and present relationship with and attempts to challenge the modern black church towards social action.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Religion 384 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 384 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 384 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller