Series: Religion, Race, and Ethnicity.
Series: Religion, Race, and Ethnicity. Murphy, a professor of the History of Christianity at Northwestern, has put together a rich and varied collection of texts that go far beyond the & confines of African American religion being an exclusive province of the Protestant realm.
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Down by the Riverside book. Spanning the time of slavery up to the present, the volume moves beyond Protestant Christianity to address a broad diversity of African American religion from Conjure, Orisa, and Black Judaism to Islam, African American Catholicism, and humanism.
As African Americans, Native Americans, and many others adopted the religion as their own, Christianity could no longer be synonymous with whiteness. Yet, Gin Lum and Harvey note that the powerful confluence of Christianity, civilization and whiteness has fundamentally shaped American notions of religion and race (11). While this argument is maintained throughout the collection, it is especially prominent in the second half of the book, From Colonies to the Present
Larry Murphy (2000). Down by the Riverside: Readings in African American Religion (Religion, Race, and Ethnicity). Les Yoruba du Nouveau Monde: religion, ethnicité et nationalisme noir aux Etats-Unis. Mapping Yorùbá Networks.
Larry Murphy (2000). p. 257. ISBN 978-0-814-7558-08. Power and Agency in the Making of Transnational Communities. Duke University Press, 2004. Davis, Rod. American Voudou: Journey into a Hidden World. Denton: University of North Texas, 1998.
Charles H. Long, Perspectives for a Study of African American Religion, Down by the Riverside: Readings in African American Religion . Larry G. Murphy (New York: New York University Press, 2000), 20–25;Google Scholar
Charles H. Long, Perspectives for a Study of African American Religion, Down by the Riverside: Readings in African American Religion, ed. Murphy (New York: New York University Press, 2000), 1. oogle Scholar. Murphy (New York: New York University Press, 2000), 20–25;Google Scholar. Eddie S. Glaude J. Exodus!: Religion, Race, and Nation in Early Nineteenth-Century Black America (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000);Google Scholar.
Larry G Murphy, Larry Murphy. Down by the Riverside provides an expansive introduction to the development of African American religion and theology.
Early American Women Critics. Performance, Religion, Race. Down by the Riverside: Readings in African American Religion. Littlefield, Daniel C. Rice and Slaves: Ethnicity and the Slave Trade in Colonial South Carolina. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1981. New York: New York University Press, 2000: 273–86. Pinn, Anthony . error and Triumph: The Nature of Black Religion. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2003. Purifoy, Lewis M. The Methodist Anti-Slavery Tradition. Abolitionism and American Religion. Ed. McKivigan, John . .New York: Garland, 1999: 19–32.
Princeton Readings in Religion and Violence.
When scholars approach religion and race, they tend to focus on such issues as how African Americans have expressed Christianity, or how Japanese or Mexicans have lived religiously. Princeton Readings in Religion and Violence.
Compared with other groups, African-Americans express a high degree of comfort with religion’s role in politics. Fewer members of other religious groups express these views. At the same time, most African-Americans, like white evangelicals and other groups, support certain restrictions on the mingling of politics and religious institutions, with nearly six-in-ten (58%) saying that churches and other houses of worship should refrain from endorsing political candidates.