"On Being Black and Reformed" by Anthony J. Carter

Friday, 11 May 2007

Anthony J. Carter is a personal friend of mine, and the thesis of this book has been a major part of our discussion over the years. I therefore review this book as one familiar not only with its contents, but also with the thought from which it has evolved. Chapter one raises a question that some may view as a problem: Do we need a black theology? Both the question and Carter's answer-an emphatic yes!-might give the impression that this book is another example of postmodern perspectivalism and tribalism, which renders theology relative and not ...

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