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    Pdf Download [Canaan Land: A Religious History of African Americans] AUTHOR Albert J. Raboteau This is a very informative Book about Black people as slaves In the United StatesIt does talk about Christopher Columbus And finding out that There were slaves Already in the United States Previously before coming to shore The slaves Did come from Africa and along the Mediterranean SeaThe white British colonies Of the Thirteen original col

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F the Ministers of the slaves At the time I told the slaves about a Bible verse called Ephesians 61 Where it says That slaves have to obey their masters And when I looked at my Apologetics Study Bible For understanding of this first The footnotes which are in educational Notes to help you better understand the verses Says that The Bible and especially Christ and God did not like the term of slaves or The thought of Slavery Since Moses helps to Bring slaves Out from under Egypt in from the pharaoh And In this apologetics Study Bible It tells me that Slavery should only be accepted as happiness "to be a Slave Under God or Jesus Christ And that People "be a Slave Under God or Jesus Christ And that People as a Christian under God and Jesus Should be happy to Want to serve under Their masters which would be God And Jesus The Preachers That originally told the black slaves 1 parts of the sentence from the Bible did not fully tell Them The entire Verse of That part of the Bible in Ephesians So Because of that A lot of black slaves were misled into thinking Differently about slaveryWe can also as Christians Credit The history Of Martin Luther King r and Malcolm X for holding Revivals For the black community Because When King Junior Was at the rallies For the black community He would start the Rally s King Junior Was at the rallies For the black community He would start the Rally s with Singing of songs and hymns Prayer Bible worship being and preaching of the Bible from preachers and reverence The goals of What to do For the upcoming week that will be shared with The people And then be shared with the congregation And then a closing prayer and More singing Before the rally Closed down So the Christian Community And the Christian churches Especially the Predominantly white Christian churches Can think The Black communities And Rally s for Starting off This movement inside of churchesAnd honestly I think that King Junior would be laughing If not smiling in his grave right now And through his spirit To see and to know That What he started At the rallies for prayer And for And worship at the rallies became the standard for Congregations Inside of Christian churches Today Humbling eye opening real and accurat. D African American churches From the African Methodist Episcopal Church to the Nation of Islam and from the first African slaves to Louis Farrakhan this far reaching book chronicles the evolution of an important and influential component of our religious and historical heritage African American Religion combines meticulously researched historical facts with a fast paced engaging narrative that will appeal to readers of any Education Some colleges To be preachers since that was the only Career path That They could take There were even White And British slave masters that Did not want the black slaves to learn anything Or else they would help themselves And learn to Get out of slavery And out from under working from slave masters Some slave themselves And learn to Get out of slavery And out from under working from slave masters Some slave were In favor of their black slaves Getting educated And That was wonderfulAside from that Because of the Churches branching off into other Christian churches Like Baptists and Protestants There were starting to become Political figures Involved in the scene of Political rights Black and African American Rights For AMERICANS AND THERE WAS TALK And There was talk in book about A lot of White people Rejecting the idea And Not wanting it to happenBecause of These Churches Forming out of Black slavery There were a lot of black women that wanted to The preachers and preach the gospel of God However The black women slaves And eventually Black African American women Did not get to have That right 2 Be a preacher But we re able to Preached in missionaries And In evangelicals There is still a Disagreement Today on black women Being refused to Have a BWWM An African American Romance Book 3 BWWM Interracial Romance BBW Short Stories job as a preacherThe black community A black slaves And the African American People Started to Branch off from Christianity Into learning and eventually Practicing Hinduism from India and Read the uran From Muslim There is actually A growing number I m about 6 million Black Muslims who identify as religious Muslims in the United States As of 1996I think that there needs to be Civil rights Andob opportunities for African Americans There has been a decline of The religious community With Christian churches and other religious movements in the United States which has led to a lot of African American On African American Crime Regular crime prison time Fathers Leaving the Family When A African American baby is born Lack of community support From the African American community Because of reduced numbers Of Christian churches serving the African American community In today s modern timesThere was a uote in the Book Where one Xamination of African American history and religion this comprehensive and lively book provides panoramic coverage of the black religious and social experience in America Renowned historian Albert J Raboteau traces the subtle blending of African tribal customs with the powerful Christian establishment the migration to cities the growth of Islam and the 200 year fight for freedom and identity which was so often centered aroun. This book is what got me started on a college long love affair with African American religious history Detailing the major and minor figures and events as well as overall themes in the evolution of African American spirituality is no easy task but Raboteau a professor at Princeton does it elegantly and with purpose I learned so much For my African American studies class Really good representation of how religion was an escape to black Americans When it was written I m sure it was a helpful overview but with the advent of Wikipedia this seems a little incomplete At times the author seems to be on the verge of giving a certain This is a very informative Book about Black people as slaves In the United StatesIt does talk about Christopher Columbus And finding out that There were slaves Already in the United States Previously before coming to shore The slaves Did come from Africa and along the Mediterranean SeaThe white British colonies Of the Thirteen original colonies That were in the United States Had told the slaves that If you want a baptism Then you cannot ask To be freed Of your duties as being a Slave To your slave master I think that That was so wrong To tell the black sleeves That Especially coming from Reverend sAfter that point The black slaves were starting to learn about the Bible and Christianity And Around that time That is when The Civil to learn about the Bible and Christianity And Around that time That is when The Civil happened The Union Won the war Against slavery And A lot of Migrants that were black slaves Came up to the north To be free From the south And the southern slave mastersThe author of this book Is very well informed of the history Of black slaves As well as the History of the slave movements and The Politics SlaveryThere Were A slaveryThere a of Excerpts From A couple of Bible entries A couple of Readings from The Slave songs And Readings from Political figures who were African Americans And Excerpts from The African American Reverend s And churchesThere were lots of brand new churches that branched off From Christianity Where African American slaves We re given the opportunity to Be preachers And have an education And get a formal. Throughout African American history religion has been indelibly intertwined with the fight against intolerance and racial prejudice Martin Luther King Jr America's best known champion of civil liberties was a Baptist minister Father Divine a fiery preacher who established a large following in the 1920s and 1930s convinced his disciples that he could cure not only disease and infirmity but also poverty and racismAn in depth

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