Three-fifths theology

challenging racism in American Christianity by Lewis T. Tait

Publisher: Africa World Press in Trenton, NJ

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StatementLewis T. Tait, Jr. and A. Christian van Gorder.
LC ClassificationsBT
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii, 226 p. ;
Number of Pages226
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Open LibraryOL22538915M
ISBN 100865439907

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As ofas many as 87% of Christian churches in the United States were completely made up of only White or African-American parishioners. THREE-FIFTHS THEOLOGY: Challenging Racism in American Christianity, by Lewis T. Tait, Jr. & Christian van Gorder (HARDCOVER). But she then thought of a good solution: “What if we count all white people as three-fifths of a person instead of a full person.

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The various Articles of the Constitution () created our well-known checks and balances, but there are features of the Constitution that instutionalized slavery, and now we turn again to David Opderbeck, Law and Theology.Huldrych Zwingli, whose theology is considered the first expression of Reformed theology was appointed to ministry in Zürich, Switzerland, in He was influenced by Renaissance humanist Desiderius Erasmus, which led him to study the New Testament and the early Church Fathers as well as to preach from the Bible.

Zwingli was also aware of and influenced by the Wittenberg .