An Urban Center in Detroit for Spiritual Renewal and Social Justice

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Flaming Chalice

First Unitarian-Universalist Church of Detroit
4605 Cass Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201
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February 7, 2016
Black Theology & Black Power
Reverend Stephen Butler Murray


>At the outset of Black History Month, I want to consider the first, ground-breaking work of James H. Cone, the father of Black liberation theology. One of the most important theological texts of the 20th century, Black Theology & Black Power opened the doors to contextual theologies in America. This is the first in a month-long series on the influence of black scholars on theology and religion in America.

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