Summary of James H. Cone's The Cross And the Lynching Tree

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Summary of James H. Cone's The Cross And the Lynching Tree

Summary of James H. Cone's The Cross And the Lynching Tree

ISBN
6b0dce7c-0829-3891-90a5-c53f8ec2c639
Please note:This audiobook has been generated using AI Voice. This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 The crucified savior is the central paradox of the Christian story. It is absurd to believe that hope comes from a place called Golgotha, which was a place of the skull, but it is deeply real in the hearts of black people. #2 Lynching was a form of extralegal punishment that was sanctioned by the community. It was not considered an evil thing, but a necessity for communities to protect themselves from bad people. #3 After the Civil War, and the end of slavery, lynching became more common in the South, as whites felt insulted by the idea that they might have to share power with black Americans. #4 After the Civil War, white southerners were no longer under federal supervision, and they were free to take back their region. They did so by creating a rigidly segregated society where being black was a badge of shame with no future.
  • Categoría BISAC REL012000
  • Formato Audiolibro
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Año 2022
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