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Reading Black Books

How African American Literature Can Make Our Faith More Whole and Just

by:Claude Atcho

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pastor and teacher demonstrates how Black experience, as shown in the literature of great African American writers, can guide us all toward sharper theological thinking and more faithful living. Learning from Black voices means listening to more than snippets. It means attending to Black stories. Reading Black Books helps Christians hear and learn from enduring Black voices and stories as captured in classic African American literature. Pastor and teacher Claude Atcho offers a theological... Show More

Product Specifics

  • Item ID 795358
  • # of Pages 208
  • Format Trade Paper
  • Publish Date May. 17th, 2022
  • ISBN-10 1587435292
  • ISBN-13 9781587435294
  • Publisher Baker Pub Group/brazos Press
  • Language ENG
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About Claude Atcho

Claude Atcho (MTS, Midwestern Seminary) is a pastor at Fellowship Memphis, a growing multiethnic, multicampus church in Memphis, Tennessee. He has taught African American literature at the collegiate level and is well connected to a cross-section of churches and pastors in Acts 29, ACNA, and NAMB. Atcho is a regular writer and podcast contributor for Think Christian and has written for Christ & Pop Culture, The Gospel Coalition, and The Witness: A Black Christian Collective.... Show More

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