Below are the best resources we could find on Black Well-Being and religious experience.
A landmark in the development of Black Theology and the first effort to present a systematic theology drawing fully on the resources of African-American religion and culture.
Landrum Bolling interviews Howard Thurman.
A companion to the PBS series, This Far by Faith is the story of how religious faith inspired the greatest social movement in American history—the U.S. Civil Rights movement.
Risks of Faith offers for the first time the best of noted theologian James H. Cone’s essays, including several new pieces.
Dreams and visions, prophetic words from God about "dusty souls," speaking in tongues while "in the spirit"—narratives of these and similar events comprise the heart of Every Time I Feel the Spirit.
Howard Thurman writes here about the "meaning of the religious experience as it involves the individual totally, which means inclusive of feelings and emotions."
Twenty years ago, Anthony Pinn‘s engrossing survey highlighted the rich diversity of black religious life in America, revealing expressions of an ever-changing black religious quest in four non-Christian religious movements.
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