Race: a theological account by J. Kameron Carter (Oxford, Oxford University Press, c2008)

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Race: a theological account by J. Kameron Carter (Oxford, Oxford University Press, c2008)

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xiv, 489 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents:
Acknowledgements
Prologue:
the argument at a glance -- Prelude on Christology and race: Irenaeus as anti-gnostic intellectual
Part I. Dramatizing Race: A Theological Account of Modernity: -- 1. The drama of race: toward a theological account of modernity -- 2. The great drama of religion: modernity, the Jews, and the theopolitics of race
Part II. Engaging Race: The Field of African American Religious Studies: -- 3. Historicizing race: Albert J. Raboteau, religious history, and the ambiguities of blackness -- 4. Theologizing race: James H. Cone, liberation and the theological meaning of blackness -- 5. Signifying race: Charles H. Long and the opacity of blackness -- Interlude on Christology and race: Gregory of Nyssa as abolitionist intellectual
Part III. Redirecting Race: Outlines of a Theological Program: -- 6. The birth of Christ: a theological reading of Briton Hammon's 1760 Narrative -- 7. The death of Christ: a theological reading of Frederick Douglass's 1845 Narrative -- 8. The spirit of Christ: a theological reading of the writings of Jarena Lee -- Postlude on Christology and race: Maximus the Confessor as anticolonialist intellectual
Epilogue: The discourse of theology in the twenty-first century
Notes
Index

Book Reviews, Arranged in Reverse Chronological Order, i.e. most recent first

2016
Graham Hill. Global Church Project blog, May 2016.
https://theglobalchurchproject.com/race-a-theological-account/

2010
Celucien Joseph. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion. Vol. 1. 2010. [pdf] https://www.raceandreligion.com/JRER/Book_Reviews_files/Race%20A%20Theological%20Account.pdf

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J. Kameron Carter, “Race: a theological account by J. Kameron Carter (Oxford, Oxford University Press, c2008),” Anti-Racism Digital Library, accessed November 11, 2019, https://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/258.