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Issue 62
Bound for Canaan: Africans in America

Issue 62
1999

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Defeating the Conspiracy
Why slaves adopted the religion of their masters--and transformed it.


Black Christianity Before the Civil War: Did You Know?
Spiritual memories of slave—in their own words.

Black Christianity Before the Civil War: From the Editor - The Trojan Horse Gospel


He Still Wid Us - Jesus
The musical theology of spirituals.


By Any Means Necessary
Black abolitionsts were tired of waiting for a gradual peaceful end to slavery.


From the Archives: Slavery Under Ideal Conditions


Black Moses
The mystical faith and no-nonsense tactics of the Underground Railroad's most famous leader.


Black Christianity Before the Civil War: Christian History Timeline
A Christian History timeline


God's Avenging Scourge
Nat Turner's rebellion, the bloodiest in slave history, was driven by his prophetic visions.


The Expatriate Option
Some blacks, like George Liele, had to emigrate to live and minister freely.


You Must Not Kneel Here
One April Sunday, Richard and fellow black Methodists decided they wouldn't stand for prejudice anymore.


Baptist Power
How the largest African-American denomination in the world got its start.


Black Christianity Before the Civil War: A Gallery - The Fruit of Freedom
When given even a limited opportunity to grow, these African-American Christians blossomed.


Shaking in the Multitude

The Christian History Link: The Dignity of Faith
What does the experience of black Christians before the Civil War have to say to American Christians (both black and white) today?


Faith and Justice
What does the experience of black Christians before the Civil War have to say to American Christians (both black and white) today?


Need for Community
What does the experience of black Christians before the Civil War have to say to American Christians (both black and white) today?


Black Christianity Before the Civil War: Recommended Resources



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