Seminal Books in Activist Theology: James Cone's A Black Theology of LiberationSeminal Books in Activist Theology
October 25, 2018, 7:00pm Eastern Time
Reading and discussing books that help to galvanize faith-based consciousness in movement.
Join the Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice to discuss James Cone’s seminal book and it’s continuing relevance for today’s movements for racial justice and liberation theology.
Join the Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice and the Community of Living Traditions for the second gathering in a series exploring books that changed hearts, minds and power relations in scholarship and social action. Nkosi DuBois Anderson, who served as Dr. Cone’s research assistant for six years prior to his death, will be joined by pastors Valerie Anne Ross and Nicholas A. Johnson to discuss James Cone’s seminal book, A Black Theology of Liberation (1970), followed by a facilitated discussion about the book’s relevance for today’s movements for racial justice and black liberation.bible