A Black Theology of Divine Violence (Christianity is an African Religion Book 2) (2020)

A Black Theology of Divine Violence Christianity is an African Religion Book This text presents a genealogy of Black theological ethical views on Divine Violence from Ancient to contemporary times It provides principles regarding the use of divinely sanctioned violence that ar
  • Title: A Black Theology of Divine Violence (Christianity is an African Religion Book 2)
  • Author: Donald H. Matthews Faith Matthews
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This text presents a genealogy of Black theological ethical views on Divine Violence from Ancient to contemporary times It provides principles regarding the use of divinely sanctioned violence that are often ignored by The Christian Churches.
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