Black Theological Ethics: A Bibliographical Essay

Journal of Religious Ethics 3 (1):69 - 109 (1975)
A critical discussion of the literature in theological ethics by and/or about blacks, divided into three parts. The first part treats the author's view of what constitutes black theological ethics and the resources relevant to understanding its concerns. The second section focuses on the black religious heritage. And in the final section the author develops his own constructive statement of black theological ethics by means of comment on recent literature.
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