Search Results for african religious

 
Religious Ritual and Belief

.... on the humanistic aspect of the African experience in the United States, but she also believes that the essence of the African religious experience lives as ....

809 Words 3 Pages

Slave Culture & the Foundations of Black America

.... who might want to stamp it out. African religious practices came under this heading. Religion was important in the society of the ....

790 Words 3 Pages

Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali

.... The story of Sundiata is told, after all, by such a griot, who was far more attached to the traditional African religious perspective than to Islam. ....

1573 Words 6 Pages

The Black Church The black church remains a vital e

.... An emotional brand of Christianity, spiced with elements of the african religious legacy, developed into a distinctive African-American religion (Parish, 1989 ....

2613 Words 10 Pages

Ritual and Belief

.... on the humanistic aspect of the African experience in the United States, but she also believes that the essence of the African religious experience lives as ....

809 Words 3 Pages

African American History

.... In these areas, African religious customs were combined with the Christianity of the Whites to form a particularly animated version of the traditional ....

3965 Words 16 Pages

African-American Religion in the 20th Century

.... African-American religious groups "form complex syncretic ensembles." A primary example of this is the so-called Spiritual movement, "the leading ....

2256 Words 9 Pages

Black African & Native American Societies

.... Egypt. In East Africa, the site of Asian-African trade centers, Islam made religious and cultural inroads (Davidson, 1964). In black ....

2285 Words 9 Pages

Black African & Native American Societies

.... 49ff). In East Africa, the site of Asian-African trade centers, Islam made religious and cultural inroads (Davidson, 1964). In black ....

2600 Words 10 Pages

African American Christian Church

.... black is not separated from the question of what it means to be human: "The theme of the nature and destiny of humanity in African-American religious thought is ....

4465 Words 18 Pages

African Music

.... Religious societies and cult groups often have their own distinctive musical types and dances. Although music is interwoven into the fabric of African life, it ....

1682 Words 7 Pages

Attitudes of African-Americans toward Homosexuality

.... are more heterosexist than European Americans lend support for the link between religion and heterosexism, since African Americans are highly religious. ....

6745 Words 27 Pages

African Music

.... Religious societies and cult groups often have their own distinctive musical types and dances. Although music is interwoven into the fabric of African life, it ....

1670 Words 7 Pages

African music

.... Religious societies and cult groups often have their own distinctive musical types and dances. Although music is interwoven into the fabric of African life, it ....

1670 Words 7 Pages

Black Nationalism in the Slave Population

.... An emotional brand of Christianity, spiced with elements of the African religious legacy, developed into a distinctive African-American religion. ....

1564 Words 6 Pages

Prevalence of HIV/AIDS Hispanics & African Americans

.... Racism, cultural, religious, and sociopolitical factors influence the behavior of African-American women, and they are reluctant to acknowledge the threat of ....

2106 Words 8 Pages

Slavery, Abolitionists & Black Nationalism

.... An emotional brand of Christianity, spiced with elements of the African religious legacy, developed into a distinctive African-American religion. ....

1623 Words 6 Pages

Assessing religious/spiritual functioning

.... among African-American and Caucasian adolescents. Adolescence, 40(157), 87-101. Hathaway, WL, Scott, SY, & Garver, SA (2004). Assessing religious/spiritual ....

3162 Words 13 Pages

Religious melancholia

.... Rubin, Julius H. Religious Melancholy and Protestant Experience in America. .... Conversations with God: Two Centuries of Prayer by African-Americans. ....

2219 Words 9 Pages

African American Systematic Theology

.... 19), Evans implies that this is foreign to non-black religion and, thus, that non-black churches cannot provide African-Americans a full religious experience. ....

1427 Words 6 Pages

African-American: Slave and Free

.... The major force which pushed for the education of African- Americans was the Church. Religious groups, either out of a belief that Africans should be taught ....

2457 Words 10 Pages

African American Systematic Theory

.... 19), Evans implies that this is foreign to non-black religion and, thus, that non-black churches cannot provide African-Americans a full religious experience. ....

1445 Words 6 Pages

Early Black Nationalism

.... An emotional brand of Christianity, spiced with elements of the African religious legacy, developed into a distinctive African-American religion (Parish 81-82 ....

1809 Words 7 Pages

Witchcraft and African Culture

.... with the world of spirits both malevolent and powerful enough to affect human experience, has informed social and religious praxis in many African cultures. ....

2522 Words 10 Pages

African poetry

.... Soyinka's use of religious imagery from both African and European religious traditions also extends the meaning beyond the immediate situation and to a more ....

4199 Words 17 Pages

Contemporary African Poetry African poetry begins with African t

.... Soyinka's use of religious imagery from both African and European religious traditions also extends the meaning beyond the immediate situation and to a more ....

4097 Words 16 Pages

World Religions

.... However, there is evidence of certain commonalities of belief among the non-Islamic African religious traditions, notably a tendency toward polytheism and the ....

6456 Words 26 Pages

The Effects of Slavery on the formation and history of the African ...

.... of the 1930s, the civil-rights movement in the 1960s (which split the Baptists), and the attempt to identify a common African-American religious experience in ....

3283 Words 13 Pages

African American Youth Violence

.... Religious leaders were active in initiatives such as Operation Cease-Fire. Until 1992, African-American clergy tended to follow independent paths, but rivers ....

2265 Words 9 Pages

Hospice Movement and African Americans

.... For example, among African Americans with strong ties to what is collectively .... their institutional ties more important than the communitarian religious ties of ....

3019 Words 12 Pages