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The beloved community : how faith shapes social justice, from the civil rights movement to today / Charles Marsh.

By: Marsh, Charles, 1958-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Basic Books, c2005Description: x, 292 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0465044158.Subject(s): Social justice -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Civil rights -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Social justice -- United States | Civil rights movements -- United States
Contents:
From church budgets to beloved community: King in Montgomery -- In the fields of the Lord: the God Movement in South Georgia -- A theology for radicals: the rise and fall of SNCC -- The burdens of perpetual freedom: the dream as hallucination -- Between the times -- Unfinished business: John Perkins and the radical roots of faith-based community building -- Building beloved communities: dispatches from the quiet revolution -- The contours of an activist faith for the twenty-first century.
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HN 39 .U6 M37 2005 (Browse shelf) Available 30092100961987

The Civil Rights Movement Term 2

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-282) and index.

From church budgets to beloved community: King in Montgomery -- In the fields of the Lord: the God Movement in South Georgia -- A theology for radicals: the rise and fall of SNCC -- The burdens of perpetual freedom: the dream as hallucination -- Between the times -- Unfinished business: John Perkins and the radical roots of faith-based community building -- Building beloved communities: dispatches from the quiet revolution -- The contours of an activist faith for the twenty-first century.

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