Religio-Political Narratives in the United States

From Martin Luther King, Jr. to Jeremiah Wright

  • Authors
  • Angela D. Sims
  • F. Douglas PoweJr.
  • Johnny Bernard Hill

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 1-17
  3. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 19-37
  4. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 39-57
  5. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 59-71
  6. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 73-93
  7. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 95-115
  8. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 117-135
  9. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 137-150
  10. Angela D. Sims, F. Douglas Powe Jr., Johnny Bernard Hill
    Pages 151-153
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 155-192

About this book

Introduction

The authors select sermons by Martin Luther King Jr. and Jeremiah Wright to as a framework to examine the meaning of God in America as part of the formational religio-political narrative of the country.

Keywords

Religion politics media Martin Luther King Jeremiah Wright Barack Obama African American campaign community freedom happiness language liberty public opinion state

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