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God and race in American politics : a short history /

Mark A. Noll.

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Author: Noll, Mark A.
Published: Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2008.
Topics: Christianity and politics - United States - History. | African Americans - Civil rights - History. | African Americans - Religion. | African Americans - Intellectual life. | Rassenbeziehung. | Religion. | Ethnische Beziehung. | Religion. | Schwarze.
Regions: United States - Race relations - Political aspects. | United States - Politics and government - 19th century. | United States - Politics and government - 20th century. | United States - Politics and government - 2001-2009. | USA. | Schwarze. | United States. | USA.
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260 |aPrinceton :|bPrinceton University Press,|cc2008.
300 |axii, 209 pages :|billustrations ;|c23 cm.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tThe Bible, slavery, and the "irrepressible conflict" --|tThe origins of African-American religious agency --|tThe churches, "redemption," and Jim Crow --|tReligion and the Civil Rights Movement --|tThe Civil Rights Movement as the fulcrum of recent political history --|tTheological conclusion.
520 |a"Religion has been a powerful political force throughout American history. When race enters the mix the results have been some of our greatest triumphs as a nation--and some of our most shameful failures. In this important book, Mark Noll, one of the most influential historians of American religion writing today, traces the explosive political effects of the religious intermingling with race. Noll demonstrates how supporters and opponents of slavery and segregation drew equally on the Bible to justify the morality of their positions. He shows how a common evangelical heritage supported Jim Crow discrimination and contributed powerfully to the black theology of liberation preached by Martin Luther King Jr. In probing such connections, Noll takes readers from the 1830 slave revolt of Nat Turner through Reconstruction and the long Jim Crow era, from the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s to "values" voting in recent presidential elections. He argues that the greatest transformations in American political history, from the Civil War through the civil rights revolution and beyond, constitute an interconnected narrative in which opposing appeals to Biblical truth gave rise to often-contradictory religious and moral complexities. And he shows how this heritage remains alive today in controversies surrounding stem-cell research and abortion as well as civil rights reform. God and Race in American Politics is a panoramic history that reveals the profound role of religion in American political history and in American discourse on race and social justice." -- Book jacket.
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