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Trade Paperback
160 pages
Oct 2003
P&R Press

On Being Black and Reformed: A New Perspective on the African-American Christian Experience

by Anthony J. Carter

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Review:

"This work is greatly needed in the church, and I am confident the Lord will use it for the re-africanization of the church." Richard L. Pratt Jr.

"A most edifying and important work. I suspect that generations to come will look back upon its publication as a milestone in the history of the Refomred theology. This book needed to be written, and more importantly it needs to be read." Keith A. Mathison

Book Jacket:

How can an African-American consciousness and Reformed theology benefit each other? Where was God in the Atlantic Slave Trade? How does Christianity triumph among people historically oppressed in part by the church itself? Positive, informed responces to such questions, thereby enriching our understanding and furthering racial reconciliation.