Archive for 2012

American Theology

The recorded introduction of the African to the British North American colonies occurred in a part of the south known as Jamestown Virginia, they came as indentured servants. After serving the agreed upon period of indenture, they were able to gain their freedom, and were able to […]

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Korea Speech

Selected, as one of the clergy from the United States to travel to Korea to be part of an initiative to bring about the peaceful reuniting of North and South Korea was a privilege. As part of this rejoining of the human family, each clergy was welcomed […]

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Spiritual Autobiography

Introduction My spiritual journey has taken many paths and turns. It has been influenced by the events in my life. The paper will discuss the religious events in my life, and the footnotes will reveal my personal feelings about those events. The footnotes are an important part […]

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Pedagogy of the Oppressed

In 1968, the Brazilian Paulo Freire wrote the book Pedagogy of the Oppressed.  Within a few years, this book became the subject discussion by educators, students, policy makers, administrators, academics and community activists all over the world.  It was translated into many languages.  Although it was banned in […]

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The Great Escape

Second born, second best and born to be nice and obedient, a sure fire receipt for a disastrous life. Eloise’s life started with all the makings of a Greek tragedy. The order of birth determines the supernatural factors in life. It determines how you are welcomed into […]

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Migration Causes and Patterns of African Americans Out of the South

The 1920’s were the best and the worst of times for Black people in America. It was the time of the great migration out of the South. Black people became tired of Jim Crow, segregation, and racist white people doing their best to work out their anger […]

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Leadership Challenges in Churches in Transition: A Study of Three Churches

Leadership Challenges in Churches in Transition:  A Study of Three Churches

                  Eleven o’clock Sunday morning has been called the most segregated hour in America; it is church time in the United States, and the time set aside to go to the various religious institution, which represent our faith. We may work together in areas of […]

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