Black Theology

Journal title: Black Theology: An International Journal
Editor: Anthony G. Reddie
Published: April, August, November

Anthony Reddie is a prominent scholar who helps us to better understand theology within the worldwide Anglican context and post-colonial world.

Black Theology: An International Journal provides a forum for the articulation and expression of issues of faith among Black people across the world. Contributions explore the nature of the Black religious experience in relation to African, Caribbean, American, Antipodean or Asian origins and other relevant contexts. The journal takes particular care to offer carefully researched articles relevant to the growing number of courses on Black studies in institutes of higher education while also being accessible and relevant to the wider pastoral community. Types of articles include theological reflection, ethnologies and qualitative surveys or historical analyses written from religious studies, theological, anthropological or other social science perspectives. Visit the Journal website

Black Theology

Journal title: Black Theology: An International Journal
Editor: Anthony G. Reddie
Published: April, August, November

Anthony Reddie is a prominent scholar who helps us to better understand theology within the worldwide Anglican context and post-colonial world.

Black Theology: An International Journal provides a forum for the articulation and expression of issues of faith among Black people across the world. Contributions explore the nature of the Black religious experience in relation to African, Caribbean, American, Antipodean or Asian origins and other relevant contexts. The journal takes particular care to offer carefully researched articles relevant to the growing number of courses on Black studies in institutes of higher education while also being accessible and relevant to the wider pastoral community. Types of articles include theological reflection, ethnologies and qualitative surveys or historical analyses written from religious studies, theological, anthropological or other social science perspectives. Visit the Journal website