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Christians and the color line : race and religion after Divided by faith / edited by J. Russell Hawkins and Phillip Luke Sinitiere.

Contributor(s): Hawkins, J. Russell | Sinitiere, Phillip Luke.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, [2014]Description: xvi, 278 pages ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780199329502 (cloth : alk. paper); 0199329508 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): Racism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Racism -- United States | Race relations -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | United States -- Race relations | Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Evangelicalism -- United States | Emerson, Michael O., 1965- Divided by faithDDC classification: 277.30089
Contents:
Section 1. Looking back : failures and successes in erasing the color line. Neoevangelicalism and the problem of race in postwar America / Miles S. Mullin, II -- Healing the mystical body: Catholic attempts to overcome the racial divide in Chicago, 1930-1948 / Karen Joy Johnson -- "Glimmers of hope": progressive evangelicals and racism, 1965-2000 / Brantley W. Gasaway -- "Buttcheek to buttcheek in the pew": interracial relationalism in a Mennonite congregation, 1957-2010 / Tobin Miller Shearer -- Still divided by faith? : evangelical religion and the problem of race in America, 1977-2010 / Ryon J. Cobb -- Section 2. Looking forward : possibilities for overcoming the color line. Worshipping to stay the same: avoiding the local to maintain solidarity / Mark T. Mulder -- Beyond body counts: sex, individualism, and the segregated shape of twentieth-century evangelicalism / Edward J. Blum -- Color-conscious structure-blind assimilation: how Asian American Christians can unintentionally maintain the racial divide / Jerry Z. Park -- Knotted together: identity and community in a multiracial church / Erica Ryu Wong -- Much ado about nothing? : rethinking the efficacy of multiracial churches for racial reconciliation / Korie L. Edwards -- Theological afterword: The call to blackness in American Christianity / Darryl Scriven.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Section 1. Looking back : failures and successes in erasing the color line. Neoevangelicalism and the problem of race in postwar America / Miles S. Mullin, II -- Healing the mystical body: Catholic attempts to overcome the racial divide in Chicago, 1930-1948 / Karen Joy Johnson -- "Glimmers of hope": progressive evangelicals and racism, 1965-2000 / Brantley W. Gasaway -- "Buttcheek to buttcheek in the pew": interracial relationalism in a Mennonite congregation, 1957-2010 / Tobin Miller Shearer -- Still divided by faith? : evangelical religion and the problem of race in America, 1977-2010 / Ryon J. Cobb -- Section 2. Looking forward : possibilities for overcoming the color line. Worshipping to stay the same: avoiding the local to maintain solidarity / Mark T. Mulder -- Beyond body counts: sex, individualism, and the segregated shape of twentieth-century evangelicalism / Edward J. Blum -- Color-conscious structure-blind assimilation: how Asian American Christians can unintentionally maintain the racial divide / Jerry Z. Park -- Knotted together: identity and community in a multiracial church / Erica Ryu Wong -- Much ado about nothing? : rethinking the efficacy of multiracial churches for racial reconciliation / Korie L. Edwards -- Theological afterword: The call to blackness in American Christianity / Darryl Scriven.

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