The Black Church in the 21st Century Paperback
Highlighting the Influence and Position of the Black Church
by Joe Aldred & Keno Ogbo;
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The Black Church in the 21st Century
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The Black Church in the 21st Century by Joe Aldred & Keno Ogbo was published by Darton Longman & Todd in June 2010 and is our 35806th best seller. The ISBN for The Black Church in the 21st Century is 9780232527926.
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The Black Church in the 21st CenturyRuthie Thomas, via The Good Book Stall
The Black Church in the 21st Century is a volume of essays mostly from learned members of the black community who analyse and expound personal perspectives in their areas of experience. Subject matter is diverse covering subjects such as; The Holy Spirit, Politics, Climate Change, Health, Gospel Music, and Youth. In his essay on social issues the Reverend Les Isaacs (one of the initiators behind the now well publicised Street Pastors’ project) successfully tackles and offers solutions to recognisable issues of the black church communities. I particularly enjoyed the earlier part of Dionne Gravesande’s skilful writing on the elders and their influence on the younger generations. On Juliet Fletcher’s expounding on the British Gospel scene and following her comments on black hymn writers ‘yet to be published in the wider Christian world’ it should be noted that as a black hymn and songwriter I have been published in hymn and songbook collections by established publishers since 1993.
The anthology does provide some fresh insights and generally speaking is a welcome reference book on the subject.
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|Page last updated||8th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Joe Aldred & Keno Ogbo|
|Publisher||Darton Longman & Todd (June 2010)|
|Number of Pages||256|